IntelCenter Database (ICD)

Comprehensive Online Database Covering
Terrorist/Rebel Incidents, Threats, Videos, Photos, Logos, Identification Photos, Hostages,
Groups, Individuals, Country Data, Alerts, Maps & Recognition Photos of Vehicles, Weapons,
Clothing & More


COMPONENTS
| Analysis | Incident | Threat | Video | Photo | Logo | Facial | Recognition | Hostage | Geospatial | Group | Country | Individual |

The ICD contains 15 different data sources covering terrorist and rebel incidents, threats, videos, photos, logos, identification photos, hostages, maps and recognition photos of vehicles, weapons, clothing and more. It gives you a comprehensive one-stop shop for data from as recent as a few minutes ago to more than 20 years back on any computer, smart phone or tablet from anywhere in the world with an Internet connection. As of 30 Sep. 2014, the ICD contains more than 141,000 records covering more than 1,100 hours of audio and video (3,800+ releases), 124,000 incidents, 800 facial records, 330 hostage records, 2,200 photos, 350 logos, 2,900 threat communications, 29 ArcGIS maps, 400 analytical reports and much more.

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General
The IntelCenter Database (ICD) is accessible from anywhere in the world with an Internet connection from a computer, tablet or smart phone. All access to the ICD is encrypted to protect your privacy and the integrity of the information. For government customers requiring access on classified networks or other closed LANs, options are available to replicate the data locally on your network. Additional options exist to port data into Semantica, Palantir and other visualization and knowledge management tools. Technology upgrades to the ICD are also available for integration of facial and object recognition, speech-to-text and machine translation as well as others.

Key Features:
• New information added 24/7
• Alert notifications for significant terrorism developments throughout ICD
• Live updating without the need to hit refresh in your browser
• Special event dashboards pulling together all related data for events like the Sochi Olympics
• More then 141,000 records spanning 15 years
• Live charting, visualizations and threat indexes
• Streaming video player that allows you to easily skip around a video
• Integration with ArcGIS and Google Earth
• Includes link analysis charts in IBM's i2 Analyst Notebook (ANB) format
• Customizable email notification system for new information
• Quick and Advanced Search options
• Encrypted connection
• Ability to integrate facial and object recognition, speech-to-text, machine translation and more

System Requirements:
• Internet connection
• Computer, tablet or smart phone (compatible with both iPhone/iPad and Droid devices)
• Compatible with Internet Explorer (IE) v9 or newer, Safari v6.1 or newer and Chrome v21 or newer (will work with Firefox v26 or newer but not recommended)




Analysis Component
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The Analysis Component is the primary repository for IntelCenter analytical products on terrorist and rebel groups. In addition to written reports this includes charts and graphs, word clouds, i2 Analyst Notebook files, link analysis and more. It is also contains the archive of IntelCenter Significant Terrorist Event Reports (STERs). As of 2 Jul. 2014, the Component has more than 340 reports with new ones being added every few days.

Key Points:
• Push email notifications of new reports in PDF format
• More then 400 analytical reports as of 30 Sep. 2014
• Visualization include charts and graphs, word clouds and link analysis
• Key observations and analysis from IntelCenter analysts
• Pattern, frequency and quantitative analysis
• New trends and shifts in activity identified


 




Video Component
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Any terrorist video from more than 20 years back on any device at anytime from anywhere.

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• view a listing of countries, groups, video production groups & individuals with videos in the ICD-V

view a visual link analysis map of video in the ICD-V from 2010 - 3 Aug. 2011
view Significant Terrorist Rebel Video Guide (STRVG) v1.0 of videos available in the ICD-V
view a sample of the Video Notices subscribers receive by email as a PDF when new videos are added to the ICD-V
view an interactive map from the ICD showing terrorist/rebel video focal points from Jun-Sep 2012


The IntelCenter Database (ICD) Video Component allows unprecedented access to more than 1,100 hours of terrorist and rebel videos going back more than 20 years and covering more than 3,800 videos. It is updated daily with new releases from groups, providing immediate access to the latest hostage videos, threat statements, attack footage and more. Subscribers are notified by email with Video Notices when new videos are added. All videos are presented in their highest quality format up to HD quality when available and can be viewed within the ICD screen or full screen at the click of a button. Powerful search features allow you to find videos by visual content, release date, group, video production group, speaker, language, main themes, regional focus and more. Access is provided via username/password from the IntelCenter site. Integration with ArcGIS and Google maps provide multiple ways to view and understand the data. Enterprise accounts are available.

Read about the new ICD-V in Fast Company Magazine here.

Watch a video of IntelCenter CEO Ben Venzke discussing jihadi video with the Washington Post here.

Key Points:
• Up to HD quality full-length unedited videos
• Updated daily
• Leap to any point of a video without having to wait for the stream to catch up
• Flash and HTML5 players for maximum compatibility
• Contains promotional banners and graphics used by terrorist/rebel groups to promote their videos
• Contains terrorist and rebel instructional videos on how to make RDX, PETN, Ammonium Nitrate, improvised claymores, suicide bomber belts, gas cylinder IEDs, detonators and more. [IED instructional videos restricted to government agencies and approved contractors only]
• Full-screen viewing at the click of a button
• Supports Apple AirPlay. Send audio and/or video from your IPhone/iPad/Mac to any AirPlay enabled screen or speaker in the room.
• Email notification with stills and essential details for new videos added
• Key observations on the content of each video with weekly emailed report
• Significant videos available within an hour of their release by terrorist/rebel groups
• Six stills of each video to allow for easy browsing of videos
• Extensive search and sorting capabilities
• Ability to search on content and metadata
• View all versions and variations of a video (i.e. the English, Urdu and Arabic releases)
• All videos authenticated by IntelCenter
• Secure browsing/viewing environment
• Integrates Google maps and satellite imagery
• Integrates ArcGIS maps
• View analytical notes and insights on significant releases
• Ability to request DVD and other formats of streaming videos
• Uses sophisticated Content Distribution Network (CDN) to stream HD video to you wherever you are from 11 strategically positioned points of presence around the world that are directly connected to all major backbone networks. The end result is you get the video you need, when you need it and wherever you are.

Notes on Content as of 30 Sep. 2014:
• More than 3,800 audio/video releases containing more than 1,100 hours of footage
• Videos from more than 150 terrorist and rebel groups from around the world
• More than 300 identified speakers
• Videos in English, Arabic, Bengali, Bhasa (Indonesian), Burmese, Chechen, Dari, Dutch, Farsi, Filipino, French, German, Hausa, Italian, Kazakh, Kurdish, Pashto, Russian, Somali, Spanish, Swahili, Thai, Turkish, Uighur, Urdu, Uzbek and more
• Videos dealing with or from 40 countries (Afghanistan, Algeria, Bangladesh, Burundi, China, Colombia, Denmark, Egypt, France, Georgia, Germany, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Kenya, Lebanon, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Myanmar, Niger, Nigeria, Pakistan, Palestine, Philippines, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, UK, US and Yemen)
• More than 273 hours of audio/video from al-Qaeda
• More than 41 hours of audio/video from al-Qaeda Arabian Peninsula (AQAP)
• More than 40 hours of audio/video from al-Shabaab
• More than 30 hours of audio/video from al-Qaeda Islamic Maghreb (AQIM)
• More than 60 hours of audio/video from the Caucasus Emirate (CE)
• More than 145 hours of audio/video from the Taliban
• More than 14 hours of audio/video from Jabhat al-Nusrah
• More than 45 hours of audio/video from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL)
• More than 40 hours of audio/video from Tehrik-i Taliban Pakistan (TTP)
• More than 38 hours of audio/video from Turkistan Islamic Party (TIP)
• More than 60 hours of audio/video from the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU)
• More than 17 hours of audio/video from the Islamic Jihad Union (IJU)
• More than 20 hours of audio/video from the Islamic Army in Iraq (IAI)
• More than 11 hours of audio/video from Ansar al-Islam (AI)
• More than 50 hours of audio/video material containing footage of vehicular bombings
• More than 35 hours of audio/video material containing footage of roadside bombings
• More than 60 hostage videos
• More than 130 hours of audio/video material containing footage of terrorist/rebel training
• More than 11 hours of audio/video material containing footage of reconnaissance and surveillance
• More than 5 hours of audio/video material containing footage of sniper operations
• More than 72 hours of audio/video material containing footage of IED Construction
• More than 20 instructional videos by terrorist and rebel groups
• More than 7 hours of audio/video material containing footage of SAMs
• More than 45 hours of audio/video material containing interviews

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• Video Title
• Group
• Video Production Group
• Primary Date
• Runtime

• New Appearances
• Video Type
• Statement Type
• Primary Spoken Language
• Subtitle Language
• Voiceover Language
• Primary Country
• Visual Content (i.e. vehicular bombing, hostage video, IED construction, training)
• Up to six still images from each video to make browsing and identification easier





Incident Component
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The Incident Component allows full searching of all terrorist attacks, threats and other developments going back 15 years and covering more than 122,000 records. The database features full tagging so you can find the target and tactic sets you need without having to struggle with keyword searches. Group names are listed in prepopulated lists to make it easy to identify the ones you need without having to figure out spellings. Statistical analysis tools allow you to quicklly identify trending and pattern data for lethality, tactics and targets. The ICD-I is updated daily with new attacks as they occur. It contains the full archives of the Daily Incident Report (DIR) and more.

Key Points:
• Perform keyword searches in all fields (i.e. story, agency name, sources, etc.)
• Integrates Google maps and satellite imagery
• Search by country, agency name, or published date
• Powerful tagging features allow you to look for information by categories such as assassinations, bombings, intelligence, organizational, surveillance and more.
• Sort by country, group name, entry date to a depth of four levels.
• More than 124,000 records (as of 30 Sep. 2014)
• Contains the full archives of the Daily Incident Report (DIR) and its World's Terrorist Groups - Intel Update (WTG-IU) predecessor.

General Tags for Search:
• Arrest/Capture
• Cache
• Capability
• Communication
• Espionage
• Explosives
• Funding
• Goals
• Incident
• Intelligence
• Organizational
• Procurement
• Rebel
• Group
• Recce/Surveil
• Significant
• Event
• Surrender
• Tactic/Method
• Targeting
• Terrorism
• Threat
• Trials/Cases

Tactic Tags for Search:
• Assassination
• Biological Agents
• Bombing
• Chemical Agents
• Coordinated Assault
• Cyber
• Grenades
• Guerrilla Warfare
• Hijacking
• Hostage Taking
• Kidnapping
• Martyrdrom Operation
• Multiple Simultaneous
• Nuclear Device
• Piloted Vehicular Assault
• Radiological
• Rockets/Mortars
• Sabotage
• SAMs
• Shooting
• Suicide Bombing
• Vehicular Bombing
• WMD

Target Tags for Search:
• Aircraft
• Airports
• Apartment Buildings
• Aviation (Sector)
• Bridges & Tunnels
• Bus (Sector)
• Bus & Stations
• Chemical Plants
• Civilians
• Civilian Airliners
• Company Employees
• Critical Infrastructure
• Cruise Ships
• Cultural Icons
• Dams
• Educational Facility
• Educator
• Financial
• Government
• Employees
• Government Facilities
• Government Officials
• High-Profile Corporations
• High-Profile Individuals
• Journalists
• Large Events
• Maritime
• Medical Facility
• Military/Police Targets
• NGOs
• Nuclear Reactors
• Oil Industry
• Places of Gathering
• Places of Worship
• Political
• Rail (Sector)
• Rail Targets
• Religious Figure
• Ships
• Students
• Tourists
• Trains, Stations & Tracks
• Water Facilities
 

By combining features you can search for:
• All terrorist bombings in Turkey over the last month.
• All kidnappings in Colombia involving FARC.
• New organization changes involving intelligence agencies in Peru.
• or any other combination you need.

 





Threat Component
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The Threat Component allows full searching of all terrorist and rebel threats, claims and other communications going back 14 years and covering more than 2,600 threats and communications. You can search for threats by group, country, date, keyword and tagged classifications covering tactics, targets and more. Group names are listed in prepopulated lists to make it easy to identify the ones you need without having to figure out spellings. The Threat Component is updated daily with new threats and communications as they occur. It contains the full archive of the Threat & Claim Monitor (TCM).

Key Points:
• More than 2,900 threats and communications (as of 30 Sep. 2014)
• Search by country, agency name, issued date or keyword
• Powerful tagging features allow you to look for information by categories such as assassinations, bombings, intelligence, organizational, surveillance and more.
• Sort by country, group name, entry date to a depth of four levels.
• Integrates Google maps and satellite imagery
• Contains entire archive from the Threat & Claim Monitor (TCM)

General Tags for Search:
• Arrest/Capture
• Cache
• Capability
• Communication
• Espionage
• Explosives
• Funding
• Goals
• Incident
• Intelligence
• Organizational
• Procurement
• Rebel
• Group
• Recce/Surveil
• Significant
• Event
• Surrender
• Tactic/Method
• Targeting
• Terrorism
• Threat
• Trials/Cases

Tactic Tags for Search:
• Assassination
• Biological Agents
• Bombing
• Chemical Agents
• Coordinated Assault
• Cyber
• Grenades
• Guerrilla Warfare
• Hijacking
• Hostage Taking
• Kidnapping
• Martyrdrom Operation
• Multiple Simultaneous
• Nuclear Device
• Piloted Vehicular Assault
• Radiological
• Rockets/Mortars
• Sabotage
• SAMs
• Shooting
• Suicide Bombing
• Vehicular Bombing
• WMD

Target Tags for Search:
• Aircraft
• Airports
• Apartment Buildings
• Aviation (Sector)
• Bridges & Tunnels
• Bus (Sector)
• Bus & Stations
• Chemical Plants
• Civilians
• Civilian Airliners
• Company Employees
• Critical Infrastructure
• Cruise Ships
• Cultural Icons
• Dams
• Educational Facility
• Educator
• Financial
• Government
• Employees
• Government Facilities
• Government Officials
• High-Profile Corporations
• High-Profile Individuals
• Journalists
• Large Events
• Maritime
• Medical Facility
• Military/Police Targets
• NGOs
• Nuclear Reactors
• Oil Industry
• Places of Gathering
• Places of Worship
• Political
• Rail (Sector)
• Rail Targets
• Religious Figure
• Ships
• Students
• Tourists
• Trains, Stations & Tracks
• Water Facilities


By combining features you can search for:
• All threats from al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) over the past 6 months
• All threats involving Aviation
• All threats from al-Shabaab involving Kenya

 





Photo Component
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Archive of raw terrorist and rebel photography released by the groups. Fully searchable on group name, country and content of photos. Updated daily as groups release new material
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Key Points:
• Contains more than 2,200 still photos and imagery (as of 30 Sep. 2014)
• Features all raw still photography released by terrorist/rebel groups
• Fully searchable by country, group, date, content and more
• Updated daily as groups release new material
• Enhanced interface with easier navigation
• Integration of Google maps and satellite imagery


 





Logo Component
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Features logos and symbols of terrorist and rebel groups. Each entry has a primary logo and up to five additional logos and symbols. Fully searchable by country, group and visual characteristics of the primary logo, including color, shape and objects. Updated daily as new logos and symbols are discovered.

Key Points:
• Features logos and symbols used by terrorist/rebel groups
• Contains logos and symbols for more than 350 groups (as of 30 Sep. 2014)
• Fully searchable by group and country as well as logo descriptives such as color, shape and content

• Each entry has one primary logo and up to five additional logos and symbols
• Updated daily as new logos are identified
• Enhanced interface with easier navigation
• Integration of Google maps and satellite imagery


 





Facial Component
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Features photos of known terrorist/rebel group members for identification purposes. Contains a primary face shot, left side of face, right side of face, upper face angle, left hand, right hand and full body. Fully searchable by name, group, date of birth, country, nationality and more. Updated daily as new photos are identified.

Key Points:
• Features photos of known terrorist/rebel group members for identification purposes
• Contains facial imagery on more than 800 individuals (as of 30 Sep. 2014)
• Contains a primary face shot, left side of face, right side of face, upper face angle, left hand, right hand and full body
• Fully searchable by name, group, date of birth, country, nationality and more
• Updated daily as new photos are identified
• Enhanced interface with easier navigation


 





Recognition Component
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Supports analysis and awareness within an area of operation of what one is likely to encounter. Features photos of terrorist/rebel group weapons, clothing, vehicles, communications, training camps and more. Searchable by country, group and type. Updated daily as new material becomes available.

Key Points:
• Supports analysis and awareness within an area of operation of what one is likely to encounter
• Contains more then 800 recognition photos (as of 30 Sep. 2014)

• Features photos of terrorist/rebel group weapons, clothing, vehicles, communications, training camps and more
• Searchable by country, group and type • Upgraded interface with easier navigation
• Integration of Google maps and satellite imagery


 





Hostage Component
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Quickly and easily check the status and history of hostages currently being held and previous kidnappings with 1-click links to all related communications and videos.

Key Points:
• Search on hostage name, nationality, country kidnapped from and country likely to be held in
• Contains information on more then 330 hostages (as of 30 Sep. 2014)
• Instantly see how many days have elapsed since the hostage was kidnapped, the last communication and the last time an image of the hostage was released
• See chronological stills of the images released by the group of the hostage
• 1-click links to all threats, communication, audio and video related to hostage

• Integration of Google maps and satellite imagery


 





Geospatial Component
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Visual mapping of IntelCenter's threat, incident, video, kidnapping and other repositories as well as special current analytical products delivered through the ArcGIS platform
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Key Points:
• Geospatial mapping using IntelCenter's numerous data sets to include threats, video, kidnapping and much more
• Contains more than 29 interactive maps (as of 30 Sep. 2014)
• Archive of specialized analytical maps
• Searchable by country, group, type, title, date, analysis and map notes
• Full integration with ArcGIS


 



IntelCenter Group Threat Index (GTI)IntelCenter Group Most Deadly RankingsIntelCenter Group Most Deadly Rankings

Group Component
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The new Group Component gives you one-stop viewing for all group info on threats, incidents, hostages, videos, audio, photos, equipment, members and more. The latest data in each of these categories is presented in chronological order so you can easily identify new developments with the group. Each item has a one-click button to then view the full records whether it be a video the group released or a detailed record on a hostage being held. In addition to pulling together all the latest data from across the ICD, each group has the name and photo of its current leader, primary country of operation and identified capabilities listed. The Capabilities field allows you to rapidly identify and search on groups using MANPADS, night vision and more. Over the course of the year this component will expand to contain additional profile details on the group's area of operation, senior leadership, targeting preferences, tactics and trending graphs on the group's activities.

Key Points:
• One-stop shopping for all group info on threats, incidents, hostages, videos, audio, photos, equipment, members and more
• Contains records on more then 800 groups (as of 30 Sep. 2014)
• Group Threat Index (GTI) tracking live the threat posed by each group
• Live charting and visualizations of key data pertaining to each group
• Shows up-to-the-minute data for the most popular day for attacks, target, target sector, tactic and incident location in 2014 with one-click buttons to view the full breakout.

• One-click links to full reporting throughout ICD
• Sorted by chronological order so you can see what is new at a glance
• Name and photo of group emir

• Search by group capabilities

Live Summary Data for Group Dashboards
• Most Popular Day for Incidents in 2014
• Most Popular Target from Jun. 2014 to Present
• Most Popular Target Sector from Jun. 2014 to Present
• Most Popular Tactic from Jun. 2014 to Present
• Most Popular Incident Location from Jun. 2014 to Present

 



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Country Component
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The new Country Component gives you one-stop viewing for all country info on threats, incidents, hostages, videos, audio, photos, equipment, members and more. The latest data in each of these categories is presented in chronological order so you can easily identify new developments in that particular country. Each item has a one-click button to then view the full records whether it be a video released in that country or detailed record on a hostage kidnapped from there. Over the course of the year this component will expand to contain additional profile details on activity in the country to include groups currently active there, targeting and tactics trends, operational tempo of groups, collective capabilities of groups and other visualization tools.

Key Points:
• One-stop shopping for all threat, incident, hostage, video, audio, photo, equipment, members and more on the country of your choice
• Country Threat Index (CTI) tracking live
the threat level in each country
• Live charting and visualizations of key data pertaining to each country
• Shows up-to-the-minute data for the most popular day for attacks, target, target sector, tactic and incident location in 2014 with one-click buttons to view the full breakout.
• One-click links to full reporting throughout ICD
• Sorted by chronological order so you can see what is new at a glance


The New Live & Up-to-the-Minute Country Charts
• Nationality of Hostages in 2014
• Job/Role of Hostages in 2014
• Most/Least Popular Day for Incidents in 2014
• Primary Target from Jul. 2014 to Present
• Primary Tactic from Jul. 2014 to Present
• Incidents by Province in 2014
• Incidents by Month
• Average Killed Per Incident in 2014
• Average Killed by VBIED in 2014
• Average Killed in Suicide Bombings in 2014
• Total Killed in 2014
• Total Killed in VBIED Incidents in 2014
• Total Killed in Suicide Bombings in 2014

Live Summary Data for Country Dashboards
• Most Popular Day for Incidents in 2014
• Most Popular Target from Jun. 2014 to Present
• Most Popular Target Sector from Jun. 2014 to Present
• Most Popular Tactic from Jun. 2014 to Present
• Most Popular Incident Location from Jun. 2014 to Present
• Group Most Active in Attacks from Jun. 2014 to Present

 

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