Do not drown in a sea of Big Data

Big Data is not driving a clear vision of business concerns requiring for answers. This large-storag...

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Posted by Dave Food on Oct 28, 2019 3:36:50 PM
Dave Food

Big Data is not driving a clear vision of business concerns requiring for answers. This large-storage area of information is considered a sea of endless data quite challenging to comprehend entirely. Business top heads demand to go further the complication that managing such data represents, to convert it into accurate visibility information that motivates action.

Taking the right steps to make sense of Big Data:

• Big Data does not necessarily correspond to the big picture.

• An efficient procedure is to layer data and put it into a meaningful context.

• Tie together the vast amount of data.

• Passing Big Data through a filter would pull out meaningful conclusions.

• GIS is a tool that can be used in both problem-solving and decision-making processes, as well as for the visualisation of data in a spatial environment.

Following these steps brings us to a Geography Information System (GIS), an approach that aims to grab the information, to store it up, to manage and examine it, and display a whole amount of geographical data, organising it in a visual language of a map; GIS is an image of data that is neat, clever and valuable.

This approach combines people and methods with geospatial software, to support large datasets, make spatial analysis, displaying information in a map/graphical form.

What can GIS bring to our enterprises?

1. Mapping where things are.

2. Mapping quantities of features.

3. Mapping densities.

4. Finding what is inside.

5. Seeing what is nearby a feature.

6. Mapping how features change and why.

Ran through GIS, information transforms into something you can see, connecting facts and figures on one worksheet after another. How does it work for you? By visualising data on a smart map, to perform spatial analysis, to deploy data in creative ways, and ask specifics questions to get specific answers. The result is a full understanding of problems or opportunities that add value. With GIS, you see an interrelated system of models, tendencies, and certainty.

Through the use of GIS, you visualise and analyse complicated data sets in real-time to gain an authentic outlook on an unstable world whilst patterns, trends, and predictions turn up. With the understanding comes the ability to act immediately, firmly and with intelligence.

Medium-size companies can now manage to pay for hardware designed for storing data and Analytics tools that accurately focus on their needs. Smaller corporations can spend in Big Data platforms encompass in GIS and other approaches within reach to practically any business.

CONCLUSIONS: the recognition that the conjunction of both GIS and Big Data as a prospective approach will grow into limitless insights. The interest of this new methodology emerges considerably, and as a result, different businesses are using Big Data in combinations to GIS with excellent outcomes.

The biggest challenges of the deployment of Big Data in GIS at present is more about hiring skilled-employees who can deal with the colossal amount of data, and change it into benefits for their corporations.

Dave Food

Prophetic Technology

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