Value-added analytics for operators: LBASense for Telcos
Value-added analytics is a generic term to define benefits solutions like LBASense could bring to operators, as well as tourism agencies and municipalities. Besides statistical figures of footfall, duration of the stays and revisit patterns, location-based algorithms that rely on anonymous mobile phones signals help performing analysis on mobility, nationalities and competitors’ subscribers. How to bring operators’ knowledge to higher, aggregated and more comprehensive level.
The Cloud computing system: enabling new tools for Smart Cities
Invited to talk during the afternoon session “Data as a service” of CloudAsia, Erel Rosenberg, DFRC’s Director, presented the mobility analytics tools as a technology benefiting from the advantages of Cloud computing technology for Smart cities.
The Singaporean Crowd Analytics Mobility Use Case
DFRC, established in Singapore since 2012, has installed several LBASense sensors in the Smart Nation in order to analyse the citizens’ mobility patterns. Here are some results about how citizens of the Lion City move around the island.
Big Data and IoT: building blocks for public safety
How Big Data and IoT are intertwined and can be exploited for public safety. Impact of predictive analysis into everyday life explained by Mr Rosenberg, DFRC CEO, during his talk at IoT Asia 2016.
The key lies in Predictive Analytics, prediction models which use historical data to increase accuracy, and whose reaction time, provided with access to real-time data, can be significantly reduced. When data collection is based on sensors like LBASense, predictive analytics become game changers in public safety scenario.
LBASense for Tourism: enhancing professional capabilities and travel experience
Crowd analytics in the new era of e-tourism is meant to provide valuable insights to the tourism industry (hospitality, cities, cultural infrastructures, etc.) but it is also targeting a better travellers’ experience by providing new tools to maximise time and pleasure, discovering new environments.
Data Science is not a game, rather a challenge for Singapore students
Data Science is not a game, for Singapore students in high scholar age is actually a challenge. The Info-communications Development Authority launched again for 2016 the Data-Driven Innovation Challenge: an opportunity for local students to come to know about IoT and Data technologies that are shaping our world; playing with data to build mashups is a way to start exploring the world outside the school and, perhaps, find something interesting to get new insights in everyday life.