CLAVIN automatically extracts location names from unstructured text and resolves them against a gazetteer to produce geographic entities. It handles misspellings, alternate names, and ambiguous references like “Springfield” or “Portland,” enabling advanced geospatial analytics on massive volumes of unstructured text. CLAVIN is fast, accurate, easy to use, and it scales to accommodate big data in the cloud.
CLAVIN 1.0 is ready for use in production and enterprise-wide deployments. CLAVIN is currently being used across multiple organizations within Berico’s traditional customer base, in addition to the
CLAVIN is available as open source software under the business-friendly Apache License. Berico Technologies also provides professional service and support for CLAVIN on a subscription basis. Options include enterprise installation, integration, customization, and advanced functionality not bundled as part of the open source distribution.
To download the source code or try out an interactive online demo, users can visit clavin.bericotechnologies.com or find CLAVIN on GitHub in one of Berico’s public code repositories. For convenience, binary packages for CLAVIN are also distributed through Maven Central.
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