Weather is both asset and liability to energy providers. Even in a world of renewable energy, adverse weather events can create power outages on a citywide scale. Using weather data analysis, energy providers can forecast outages with high levels of reliability, then prevent or mitigate them ahead
In weather prediction, the past holds the key to the future, allowing businesses to predict future changes in both the short term and long term. In particular, organizations can use market-level analytics to take stock of how weather affects consumer behavior, helping drive the business forward.
Internet of Things deployments don’t have to take a rocket scientist. Make IoT deployment as easy as 1, 2, 3 by using the IBM IoT Foundation to take advantage of the wealth of insights hidden in your data.
No one keeps a weather eye like the property and casualty industry does. In their incessant quest to mitigate and prevent natural disasters, insurance providers can be among the chief beneficiaries of weather analytics, gauging weather-related risks to protect insured assets and avoid incurring
Data analytics provide companies with the timely information necessary to develop dynamic infrastructure financing models that enable them to make quick, informed revisions to their strategies in response to market changes.
Data analytics is a powerful tool for improving banking customer engagement. By looking at vast quantities of information and identifying patterns that might otherwise go unseen, banks can understand current and future customer behaviors.
Point-process models that describe spatial-temporal data sets can be applied to insightful decision making and predicting future events in a wide range of areas including crime prevention, insurance and other industries. And among many leading-edge technologies, attendees at IBM Insight 2015 have
Intelligence used to be about response time, but today’s intelligence officers can use analytics to prevent threats before they occur—and to shut down attackers before they can get away. Uncover the who, what, when, where, how and why of each threat using analytics solutions.
Medical experts agree that personalized care is integral to the fight against cancer, but providing such care is easier said than done when more than 14 million people are diagnosed with cancer each year. In this podcast, hear how one of the world’s leading cancer researchers plans to use big data
Identifying and preventing fraud is a daunting task for anyone. But what happens when the criminals seem to be getting smarter every day? Learn what Annie Analytics recommends for those in search of some peace of mind.
Big Data & Analytics Heroes
Fern HalperResearch Director for Advanced Analytics at TDWI
Fern Halper discusses her thoughts on the biggest challenges for companies when they decide to get started with big data and analytics and explains why she believes tomorrow’s generation should acquire analytic skills, no matter the degree—because it’s going to be hard to escape the data deluge.
Big data and analytics technologies are intensifying 3D printing’s effects on our increasingly connected world. The technologies driving this industrial transformation include simulated and algorithmic CAD, ubiquitous worldwide Internet connectivity, Internet of Things file handling by cloud