It has been an awesome day for everyone that attended the first presentation day of the Online Data Innovation Summit would agree. We had a super immersive and one-of-a-kind experience listening to some of the biggest names in the industry share their data and analytics stories.
Cloud&Heat collaborated with Vattenfall on the construction and operation of a new data center in Jordbro Stockholm, which will enable data scientists to meet their business goals in an environmentally-friendly way while re-deploying the CO2-free waste heat.
Artis Taylor, Manager IT at FedEx Logistics will be presenting on this topic in his presentation on Enabling DataOps in the Cloud at the Data Innovation Summit, where he will elaborate on DataOps implementation as the journey to the cloud. We talked to Artis to get more information before his session.
AI and ML accompany astronauts on their arduous space journeys and help in executing space activities that would have been unthinkable if only reliant on human resources and capabilities.
Todd Mostak is the CEO and Co-Founder of OmniSci, our Data Innovation Summit 2020 partner and the pioneer in accelerated analytics, redefining speed and scale in big data querying and visualization. Todd talked to us about how the idea of a GPUs-accelerated analytics platform originated during his graduate research at Harvard on the role of social media in the Arab Spring.
Our cars are not just transportation means. The cars and trucks in the digital era are real data platforms producing and collecting huge amounts of raw data that leading automotive manufacturers and car racing brands analyse to improve vehicle performance and provide next-level driving experience. The automotive industry has always led the way in innovation. With the advent of data and analytics, […]
As an extremely competitive landscape, the retail and e-commerce companies are continually looking for ways to optimise their product and service offerings and provide the best customer experience possible.
Holding the absolute dominance of the market, they operate in, and the hearts of their customers means also staying on top of innovation and being the first to embrace new technologies for the following world’s biggest and most beloved brands: Coca-Cola, Starbucks and The LEGO Group.
The star-studded edition In 2019, the simple idea that we had conceived in 2015, became a reality — the Data Innovation Summit grew to become “the largest and the most influential data event in the Nordics and beyond”. The Data Innovation Summit 2019 hosted the record number of 1800 delegates coming from the Nordic countries, but also people from other countries from […]
The Data Innovation Summit was amended with exciting new features. We added new stages with practical case studies on Data-Driven Innovation, Analytics, Data Science, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence and IoT Insight.
Netflix, Airbnb, Uber and Spotify have totally disrupted the markets they operate because they’ve found smarter, faster, and better ways of providing exceptional customer experience by relying on data analytics, AI and ML. And they are all coming to the Data Innovation Summit to present their data workings that contribute to their massive success.
Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are probably one the most ever used and less understood in term of the business and analytics. They are a business metric used to evaluate factors that are crucial to the success of an organization and differs from company to company and department to department. It is one of the most important company’s strategic decisions which involve a series of interviews with stakeholders and acting as a strong strategic decision for each company.
The previous The Data Innovation Summit: 5 years of data and analytics journey series was dedicated to practical case studies on “how” and real examples of putting data innovation into practice of the Data Innovation Summit 2017. Now we’ll see how pioneering companies utilised analytics and data science to innovate through their data and their best analytics practices.
The first 2016 edition laid out the foundation for data-driven innovation and brought light to the macro drivers, the challenges, the implications and the solutions. Whereas, the 2017 edition showcased more practical case studies on “how” and real examples of putting data innovation into practice.
Big data analytics gives businesses a competitive advantage. It opened the door to unexplored opportunities for companies to collect and analyse data from numerous sources, and in turn create product offerings around the precious insight they get, reduce cost or find innovative ways of working.
Jayesh Patel, Sr. Data Engineer at Rockstar Games, will talk about Scalable Big Data Modeling in his presentation at the Data Innovation Summit in August.
On Tuesday, we are opening up the 3rd edition of the Maintenance Analytics Summit where attendees will have a chance to follow online presentations by some of the esteemed experts in predictive maintenance, condition-based monitoring, IIoT, asset lifecycle management and Advanced Data Analytics.
When your business is serving customers in 6000 cities, in 64 countries and millions of riders, you have to make sure you live and breath customer satisfaction. Uber, the global tech leader in ride-sharing, can teach us a thing or two with how they manage to keep all their riders and drivers happy.
Machine learning has a proven track record of advancing our lives, whether it is automating tasks and processes, gaining valuable insights out of massive quantities of data and enabling us to take the most effective data-driven actions. But machine learning and IoT also play a crucial role in saving lives from train accidents.
Digital twins are virtual representations of real-life manufacturing assets. But they are not only models of the physical objects; they serve as a bridge and co-creation between data scientists and engineers. However, what digital twins fail to capture is the risk of assets and the environment to prevent failure.