Scott Koegler

Scott Koegler

Scott Koegler is Executive Editor for Big Data & Analytics Tech Brief

Production Improvement Enabled by Big Data

In the modern data-driven economy, competing successfully and making sound investment decisions is a competitive endeavor that is also costly. It is for this reason that you are likely to hear discussions in professional business circles about big data and big data analytics. In the manufacturing sector, manufacturers look for ways that drive production, enhance efficiency, and increase innovation. This is where big data becomes highly useful. Big data allows companies to achieve productivity, gain efficiency in operations, and uncover new insights that drive innovation. With big data analytics, manufacturing companies can get information and patterns that will enable them to improve their processes, efficiency of supply, and identify aspects that affect production.

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Here's Where Big Data is Making a Difference

Big data is now one of the leading topics of discussion among IT professionals, academicians, and business leaders. It has become the leading game-changer in almost every industry over the past few years. As this technology continues showing immense potential, there has been a change of tact by those concerned. Instead of focusing on the discussion around big data, they now concentrate on the value of this technology to businesses. The majority of organizations now understand that if they collect all the data that comes into their businesses, they can use analytics to obtain insights that can be valuable. While the term “big data” might be new, businesses have been using basic analytics as early as 1950 to uncover insights and trends.

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China Fights COVID-19 with Big Data

As the coronavirus pandemic hit China hard in January 2020, the Chinese government was forced to take measures to contain the pandemic as it grew into a public health emergency. The pandemic occurred as the country was entering its busiest season occasioned by the Chinese New Year. This forced the Chinese government to move large amounts of medical equipment and mobile hospitals to a worst-hit city of Wuhan in Hubei province. Considering the disease is highly infectious, determining the travel paths of people who went into and out of the city was one of the hardest things.

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