When disaster strikes, rescuers gather massive amounts of information nearly real-time from Twitter. Data scientists are developing a way to fuse the timely social media data with reliable satellite imagery to guide disaster relief, track the spread of disease and more.
Columbus, Ohio faces many of the same issues as other midsize and midwestern American cities: suburban sprawl, increased commute times, and a lack of accessible public transit and walkability. Will smart technology be enough to solve those issues and more?
Using big data, the city of Chicago deploys its health inspectors to the establishments at highest risk first and allows inspectors to discover violations 25 percent faster.
McLaren Applied Technologies works at applying the principles of Formula 1 technology to deliver quantifiable deliver quantifiable performance advantage to four key sectors including Motorsport, Automotive, Public Transport and Health. The latter aims to enhance human performance in high intensity professions, elite athletes and racing drivers. Duncan Bradley, Health & Human Performance Business Unit Director, outlines how the digital transformation of motorsport has allowed them to develop transformative solutions.
When done right, data monetization can be an untapped source of third-party revenue. Learn why companies should consider leveraging data insights to achieve these tangible results.
How one technology leader describes the importance of data to predict the future, understand the past and succeed in a smart world. John Roese, President and CTO, Dell EMC, welcomes us to the data era.