POLE Investigations Using Neo4j and Graph Algorithms

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Joe Depeau, Neo4j

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The POLE data model - Person, Object, Location, Event - is commonly applied to security and investigative use cases such as policing, anti-terrorism, border control, and social services. It’s also a great fit for the graph and graph algorithms. Join us for a demonstration of how Neo4j, graph algorithms, and the POLE data model can support police and social services investigations and generate real-time insights using the Neo4j browser as well as some sample visualisations.

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Today’s businesses need to generate real-time, valuable insights from their existing data. In this case, the relationships between data points matter more than the individual points themselves. Industry leads are turning to graph databases which treat those valuable relationships (connections) as first-class entities. Neo4j is the world's leading graph database, with native graph storage and processing.