Learning Knowledge Base

The John Galt Program for Investigative Studies (JGPIS) holds the keys to our patented technology kingdom.  JGPIS manages our Meta Data Repositories that acts as the brain to any of our platforms that we establish.  Eventually, JGPIS will have Learning Knowledge Bases that cover all the critical infrastructure that are covered by the Department of Homeland Security: http://www.dhs.gov/critical-infrastructure-sectors.  Two  examples of out Learning Knowledge Bases appear below.




School and CampusTQ

POISON is a knowledge base of events that have or can affect the safety of the food supply.  Events contained in POISON range from antiquity to the current time and cover all segments of the food supply chain from producers, processors, transporters, and distributors to retail sales.  Among the events in POISON are intentional poisonings of food by adulteration and tampering, sabotage of equipment, equipment malfunction and industrial accidents that have resulted in the contamination of food, and; unintentional poisonings and natural disasters affecting food operations along the supply chain.

School and CampusTQ is based on the Rare Event Analysis and Logic Meta Data Repository or REAL ToolTM.  REAL Tool combines the world’s most comprehensive databases of actual past and future simulated events, standards and best safety and security practices, and all hazards event sequences and asks key personnel the right questions at the right time to prevent and, when necessary improve responses to all hazards events that can impact the safe operation of schools.

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