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Big Data Management and Analytics

Big data culture an evolving strategy for IoT in rail
David Burroughs 0 0 02/08/2019 00:00:00

THE use of data and analytics across the railway process has moved on from its infancy and become a fully-fledged facet of everyday operations. Armed with a better idea of how their systems work and the benefits of the technology, users and developers are now looking at ways they can refine, improve and further develop the processes to maximise the benefits of the data. 

At Rotaia Media’s Rise of IoT and Big Data in Rail conference in Munich in May, experts from across the industry explained how they are using IoT on a daily basis. However, a strong theme running through the discussions was data management. While companies have been interested in gathering as much data as possible, they are now beginning to take a deeper look into what data they specifically need and how to cut through the “noise” to extract meaningful insights that could otherwise be lost.


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