“BITE quickly identifies suspicious trends and patterns in the data we ingest in the field and enables task groups to make intelligence-driven decisions for their day-to-day operations,” said NU Borders director of operations and special agent retired Homeland Security Investigations, Dr Tim Gildea.
The primary function of the company is to help law enforcement, regulatory and compliance operators identify threats and illicit activities in their supply chains for several areas of law enforcement. the law, including strategic trade controls, intellectual property theft, wildlife trafficking, human-wildlife conflict, drug smuggling and money. bleaching. In 2018, NU Borders created the BITE platform, a software as a service (SaaS) technology, to help customers ingest and analyze large and complex operational data sets. BITE contains large open source business data sets and picklists, made available to users in all fields. NU Borders’ BITE platform includes visualization tools and access to hands-on training with our data scientists and customs and border enforcement experts.
ZCA was founded with the vision to become an effective and credible collaborator for its conservation awareness and strategic partners in the Zambesia region. ZCA’s mission is to raise awareness about wildlife conservation through its engaging initiatives, including the Ranger Alert Campaign, #WeShareAfrica and #SportForConservation, and the Alliance Conservation Games. After the Conservation Games were held, ZCA was able to support the Victoria Falls Anti-Poaching Unit (APU), Bumi Hills APU, Save Valley Conservancy and the Victoria Falls Wildlife Trust. ZCA is working with wildlife protection trusts and IWT field initiatives in the Zambesi region to increase public awareness and communications in relevant industries.
Luke Brown and Robin Brown, co-founders of ZCA, recently said: “Conservation practices in the Zambesia region have been blocked by the often ineffective collection, interpretation and communication of exhibit information. Our partnership with NU Borders will help solve this critical process, preventing IWT by bringing evidence to the fore and enabling more effective and positive action. If we are able to collect extensive data over multiple areas and put it together with BITE, we have a chance to reduce the impact of commercial poaching. “
Big data analytics and real-time analytics are essential for APUs, frontline workers, and conservation groups focused on protecting species and their habitats. With analysis and visualization of large datasets in record time, BITE end users can search millions of records to identify potential transshipment points of endangered species being trafficked intense. Advanced analytics help law enforcement groups quickly analyze large and varied data sets, including court case information, and can be further enhanced by overlaying obvious data to provide insight into the chain global supply of inland navigation. NU Borders’ BITE tool suite includes workflow management and search functions that can be used in the field by APUs and law enforcement agencies to quickly create cases, search for other sets of data and share / export case information. NU Borders is proud to partner with ZCA to bring big data analytics solutions to the Zambesia region and help frontline conservation groups fight IWT and protect the global supply chain .