Ultracyclist Dave Haase used analytics to create his own luck in the Race Across America. Learn how analytics, the Internet of Things and leveraging weather data can enhance operational performance and decision-making. And meet Dave in a Google hangout and at IBM Insight 2015.
Dave Haase cycled 3,000 miles during the 2015 Race Across America, all while using IBM Analytics to monitor heart rate, distance ridden and power output. What can businesses learn from Dave’s extraordinary feat of endurance?
Ultracyclist David Haase has always relied on gut feelings when making critical decisions during races. However, for his 2015 attempt to become the first American to win the extremely competitive Race Across America, Dave turned to IBM Analytics to help him make crucial decisions in real time. By
The Race Across America is now over, but your business's journey is just beginning. Find out how Dave Haase finished as top American finisher in the grueling 3020 mile cycling race and learn more about the people that have made this journey successful.
Ultracyclist David Haase is lapping the competition. Using IBM Analytics, Haase is cycling 3,000 miles for the Race Across America, monitoring heart rate, distance and power output. Now he can stay on time, on path and in motion.
Analytics have consistently proven their worth in various business environments—but what about non-business areas? See how an extreme sportsman, Dave Haase, is using analytics to help power his race across America.
Big data and analytics can help Dave and his crew make decisions, but ultimately it is they who will decide whether to follow our model’s rest and ride recommendations. Analytics simply assist them by providing a better way of evaluating all available options.
The Race Across America (RAAM) transcontinental U.S. ultramarathon bicycle race is a highly grueling test of endurance and fortitude. Discover how ultracyclist Dave Haase and his crew incorporate high-powered, advanced analytics into the intense training that help him go the distance in this event.