AgensGraph Use Case #10.
Traveler Information Analysis System
We released the latest use case of AgensGraph: Traveler Information Analysis System with Korea Customs Service last month. This post serves as a short invitation to the use case and blog post uploaded on our website and new blog platform (Medium), respectively.
Here is a brief introduction of what this use case entails. Korea Customs Service (KCS) swiftly processes the customs clearance of all goods entering or leaving the Republic of Korea through strictly enforced law. However, some smugglers found ways to successfully outmaneuver the radar of KCS and smuggle bullions and drugs. In order to prevent a horde of smuggling activities in the near future, the information analysts adopted AgensGraph to their analysis system to monitor and pinpoint the movement of these smuggling offenders in real-time.
To read a detailed, straightforward use case of how a graph database contributed to spotting smugglers and accomplices, download the full use case of AgensGraph: Traveler Information Analysis System. This content is for the readers who are solely interested in finding out how our software is applied in a system that processes and analyzes data of the customs clearance.
This can be totally out of the blue, but if you are a fan of The Lord of the Rings trilogy or any medieval fantasy in general, you are in for a real treat because this blog post is creatively written outside-the-box unlike many posts posted on our homepage. It will spoil the plot of the film, but you may be able to see how the situation of KCS with smugglers is related to the LOTR universe.
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