WASHINGTON, DC – GeoDimensional Decision Group, LLC (GeoDD™), a leader in OmniDatum™ analytics providing predictive options built upon solid metrics that guide decision makers to consensus, today announced that the U.S. Patent Office issued GeoDD™ its first U.S. Patent No. 8,620,686, which provides a method for dynamic geospatial analysis with collaborative decision making.
“Through this patent we will be able to leverage our analysis framework to process information through seven distinct analysis components. Supported by our patent pending 7D Modeling™ engine, data is evaluated, analyzed and interpreted resulting in well-considered, fact-based conclusions that lead to justifiable and long-term decisions,” said Gregory T. Reinecke, president and co-founder of GeoDD™.
“When we, including co-founders Baldwin H. Tom and Scott R. Stafford, started the company we felt that by merging our collective core capabilities we could make the world a better place,” said Stafford. We provide proven human dimensions management, demographics, data analysis and geospatial expertise combined with a passion to provide real solutions that drive sustainable decisions.
GeoDD™ provides a method that collects information from big data, is based on user insights and leverages background expertise resulting in the creation of fact-based decisions. This method can produce decisions that include soft side inputs, such as non-quantitative issues, which are difficult to assess because there are no standard values for analysis. We use task- and people-side algorithms and formulas to generate decision options for complex, costly and often dangerous situations.
About GeoDimensional Decision Group:
GeoDD™ is a Washington, DC headquartered small business that provides a unique multi-dimensional approach using its KNOWSystem™ technology to leverage and integrate diverse inputs, both tangible and intangible, onto a geospatial framework to reveal decision options for complex problems.