Humanized Big Data. ( visual, empathetic, qualitative)
Big data has been the buzzword for quite a while now and we are yet to know how big it is, almost like our very own universe, which appears to expand infinitely like the data. If we are connected to internet/network and we use smart devices we are generating data, even if it is a task as simple as sending a message. We are exchanging data. Posting a simple message on a friend’s Facebook post, is also a part of Big Database that we generate globally, or large enterprises generate locally within their securely networked ecosystem to receive, send and store data. Do we just store it and archive it after a while? No!
This is where Big Data plays a BIG role. It helps us to access and eventually make sense of the mass quantities of gathered data. Which can be put to multiple uses. It can help us in planning better medical treatments, launching and devising more effective marketing campaigns and lot more. With advancements to humanize Big Data we are seeking more empathetic and qualitative bits of data and projecting it in a more visualized, accessible way. Eventually generating sensible and relatable data which enhances our decision making capabilities.
Few applications of Humanized Big Data:
- Big Data Contributions to Banking Zones and Fraud Detection
- Big Data Contributions to Transportation
- Big Data Contributions to Industrial and Natural Resources
- Big Data Contributions to Insurance Services
- Big Data Contributions to Learning
- Big Data Contributions to Public Sector
- Big Data Contributions to Healthcare
At Digital Valency our experts work seamlessly on Hadoop, Hive and Pig. Come and explore the new possibilities with us!
AR and VR
2016 witnessed some major buzz around augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) . We are sure you too heard about or were part of 100 million downloads Pokémon Go, an AR game witnessed just within few weeks from release date. Market is all set and ready for AR and VR and with latest technologies building an AR or VR application is not that tough a task. But certainly requires skills.
Few applications of AR and VR:
- Training & education
- Product modeling
- Sales improvements
- Real Estate promotion
- Maintenance & repair
- Advertising and promotion
- Corporate travel and communications
- Data visualization
- Holographic Presence – As of now DV team is working on this and is not fully capable but our R&D team is working on it –
AR and VR is the next big wave and we are already riding it as master surfers!
Machine learning as a technology or as a part of collaborative technology is making great impact on consumer applications, where it assists in offering more precisely recommended products based on prior or previous purchase history to gradually improving the user experience of an analytics app. With most of the technology experts advocating the use of AI as an essential component of almost any type of technology Machine Learning is going get more advanced and DV team is fully equipped to define and design AI based applications or analytics.
Few applications of Artificial Intelligence:
- Finance – Algorithmic Trading
- Heavy industry
- Hospitals and medicine
- Human resource and recruiting
- News, publishing and writing
- Online and telephone customer service
- Telecommunications maintenance
- Toys and games
- Speech and text recognition
- e-mail spam filtering
- Gesture recognition
- Facial and voice recognition
- Robot navigation
- Obstacle avoidance
- Object recognition
This technology is all about establishing and defining Digital Trust. Where Trust is a risk judgement between multiple parties, and in the digital ecosystem, defining trust is all about proving ones identity (authentication) and proving permissions (authorization).
In simpler words it is an effort wherein one tries to know, 'Are you who you say you are?' and 'Should you be able to do what you are trying to do?' It is as simple as this and as complicated as this. However, Blockchain technology tries to simplify this process while making it more robust and reliable in terms of usage.
With Blockchain technology, private key cryptography offers a strong ownership tool that fulfills authentication requirements. Having access to a private key qualifies for user’s ownership. It also dilutes the need for a person to share more personal information than what they would usually be required to pass on as information required for an exchange. Therefore saving time, and also leaving the user less vulnerable to hackers.
Few applications of Blockchain Technology:
- Distributed cloud storage
- Digital identity
- Financial services
- Smart property
- Smart contracts
- Digital voting
- Decentralized notary via timestamp feature
Bit Coin revolution is already revolutionizing the application of BlockChain technology and at Digital Valency we are already working on interesting assignments involving the application of Blockchain Technology.
Internet of things
The Internet of things popular as (IoT) is the master network of physical device with no defined range and may cover anything and everything including vehicles, home appliance, and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and network connectivity which enable these peripherals to establish connection and exchange data. Each component is uniquely identifiable via its embedded computing system but is able to inter-operate within the existing Internet infrastructure. It is estimated that by year 2020 IoT will comprise of 30 billion interconnected objects. And by 2025 will be everywhere.
Few applications of IoT-Internet of Things-
- Smart home
- Enterprises also referred to as EIoT
- Infrastructure management
- Environmental monitoring
- Energy optimization
- Building and home automation
- Metropolitan Scale Deployments
- Medical and healthcare
At digital Valency we will offer you a new and exciting perspective to IoT and the vast spectrum of possibilities it offers in the present realm of smart technology.