Tag: event stream processing

Advanced Analytics | Analytics | Data Visualization
Olivia Ojeda 0
A conversation with Rijkswaterstaat: How SAS is helping keep the Netherlands safe

Rijkswaterstaat (RWS) is the Netherlands main agency for design, construction, management and maintenance for waterways and infrastructure. Their mission is to promote safety, mobility and quality of life in the Netherlands. They are the masterminds behind some of the most prestigious water projects in the world. In a recent panel

Analytics | SAS Events
Kara Roberts 0
SAS User Feedback Award winner helps drive innovation, shape SAS® Event Stream Processing software

SAS users help drive innovation, providing feedback on SAS products through various mediums, including customer advisory boards, communities, SASware Ballot® ideas, and SAS Global Forum. The SAS User Feedback Award is presented annually to a user whose recommendations and insights lead to significant improvements to SAS software. This year SAS

Internet of Things | Machine Learning
Charlie Chase 0
Is quick response forecasting a reality or just another buzzword?

“Quick response forecasting (QRF) techniques are forecasting processes that can incorporate information quickly enough to act upon by agile supply chains” explained Dr. Larry Lapide, in a recent Journal of Business Forecasting column. The concept of QRF is based on updating demand forecasts to reflect real and rapid changes in demand, both

Advanced Analytics | Analytics | Internet of Things
Christian Goßler 0
Lenin und die Strombaukunst im Internet of Throughput (IoT4)

„Durchsatz ist wichtig, jaja“, Supply-Chain-Leiter Herr Aklit lehnt sich zurück, faltet seine Hände über dem üppigen Bauch und sagt zu Lenin: „Sie haben ja schon einiges in Fluss gebracht mit Ihren Projekten zur Datenanalyse im Internet of Things.“ Er atmet tief durch und schaut aus dem Fenster: „Alles fließt …“,

Advanced Analytics | Analytics | Data Management | Internet of Things
Christian Goßler 0
Lenin überholt sich selbst im Internet of Tempo (IoT3)

Lenin und ich sitzen im Publikum und applaudieren heftig: Seine Chefin hat ihren Vortrag beendet über „Datenqualität als Erfolgsfaktor im Internet of Things“. „Kein Datenqualitätsprojekt ohne Hilfe von oben“, raunt Lenin mir zu, "Unterstützung vom Boss ist manchmal wichtiger als tolle Software."  Ich will beleidigt darauf hinweisen, dass seine Chefin

Data Visualization
Michael Thomas 0
Immersive analytics: yes or no?

I’m drawn to immersive analytics (IA) because it covers areas I’ve been looking at since 2012, and have been publishing on since early 2014, like virtual reality and data worlds. I’m retroactively applying the cool new term IA (not to be confused with AI for artificial intelligence) to all of my activities

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