Enterprises generate large quantities of information contained in documents, presentations, spreadsheets, and databases. This information is stored across file shares, intranet portals, user desktops, and other business unit applications. Combined with a lack of structured organizational tools, keywords, tags, or other automated retrieval tools, organizations struggle to index, search, and find information across these disparate platforms. Raptor, an enterprise automation and collaboration software developed by ORNL, integrates ORNL’s Piranha, a knowledge discovery engine, with Microsoft Office SharePoint Server. Included in this application are MS OCS, Office, Search, and SharePoint directories and files that form a knowledge management platform, as well as Wikis, tag clouds, and other applications. By incorporating the Piranha search capability within SharePoint, Raptor allows users to coordinate research activities across the globe in near real time. Data visualization of search
You can use keywords such as "Advanced Materials" to find experts who focus on this area of interest.
You may search for a specific lab to see all facilities, technologies and experts found there. e.g. "Ames National Laboratory"
You can use search for a specific technology to find all laboratories and experts who have expertise in this field. e.g. "Energy Analysis"