Analytical Dashboards using Open Data
Clean Air for Healthcare
A use case had been identified were Anaeko could provide informative dashboards in order to determine and understand the relationship between air quality and health conditions.
Data Sharing in Healthcare - Benefits and Challenges
There is a wealth of data within healthcare industries from patient, research or physician data and there is no doubt that harnessing this data will lead to new technologies, innovation and improved patient care.
Air Quality Data Analysis and Health Management
55% of the population live in urban environments and these environments play an essential role in human health and wellbeing. Air pollution contains air particulate matter, PM2.5, that can stay in the air for long periods of time and be inhaled deep into the lungs. Pollution within urban areas can have an affect on asthma sufferers and "Around two thirds of people with asthma tell us poor air quality makes their asthma worse, putting them at risk of an asthma attack." (www.asthma.org.uk).
First Week of September 2019 - Top Stories About Cloud Industry
In the cloud industry, each week, new things are happening.
We made a list of 10 stories about cloud computing. From Trust, Open Government, Platforms, Revenues, Enterprise, AI, Acquisitions, Cloud Security, Cost Optimization, Financial, Collaboration, and Public Sector, the list prove each industry is disrupted by the cloud integration.
Watch TOP 7 TED Talks on Data Analytics
Here is a list of 7 TED talks you have to watch about behaviour, data analytics, predictive analytics, data visualization, big data, insights, open data, international aid and open source government.
Open Government Data - How it Could be used
What is Data?
Data is one of the most talked about subjects at the moment alongside Big Data, AI and Robots, but what exactly is it? The Oxford dictionary defines it as ‘facts and statistics collected together for reference or analysis’. Every time you enter your details into an application form, social media network or membership subscription, your information is collected. It allows other parties to make more strategic decisions when planning objectives around marketing, hiring, product, finance and engineering. Data has been collected for years however, 90% of current data has been created in the last two years with Forbes suggesting there are 2.5 quintillion bytes of data created each day at our current pace (roughly 100 million blu-ray discs). So what has this got to do with Open Government Data?