DATA EXPLORATION

We are fast approaching a new era of the Data Age, the rise of the machines. From autonomous cars to humanoid robots and from intelligent personal assistants to smart home devices, the world around us is undergoing a fundamental change, transforming the way we live, work, and play.

The rise of the mobile economy

Drones
Drones
AR/VR - Mixed Reality
Mixed Reality
Voice Assistants
Voice Assistants
Smart Watches
Smart Watches
Mobile Commerce
Mobile-Commerce
Smart Home
Smart Home
Fitness Trackers
Fitnes Trackers
Multi-Person Video Call
Multi-Person Video Call
Autonomous Vehicles
Autonomous Vehicles
Mobile Apps
Mobile Apps
Media Content
Media Content
Robotics
Robotics

From The Pipeline

Business Intelligence

With the recent advancements of mobile devices, we have moved into a mobile economy. With the rise of mobile economy, the enormous amounts of data produce every day is truly mind-blowing. International Data Corporation (IDC), the premier global provider of market intelligence, predicts that the global datasphere will grow to 163 zettabytes. A trillion gigabytes by 2025. That’s 12 zeroes. 1,000,000,000,000 GB.

For your Russ Hanneman fans, that is four commas, welcome to the cuatro comas club.

How much data is in the world?

  • According to market intelligence company IDC, the 'Global Datasphere' in 2018 reached 18 zettabytes. The amount of data has erupted to unfathomable levels. The vast majority of the world’s data has been created in the last few years and this astonishing growth of data shows no sign of slowing down. Recently IDC change their original estimate from 163 to 175 zettabytes.
    • If you were to store 175 zettabytes on DVDs, your stack of DVDs would be long enough to circle Earth 222 times.
    • If you attempted to download 175 zettabytes at the average current internet connection speed, it would take you 1.8 billion years to download. Even if you enlisted every person in the world to help with the download, it would still take 81 days.
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Where is all this data coming from?

Think about much how data you are generating every time you interact with your phone and computer.

Every time you walk down the street with a phone in your pocket, it’s tracking your location through GPS sensors – more data. Every time you buy something with your contactless debit card? Data. Every time you read an article online? Data. Every time you stream a song, movie or podcast? Data, data, data.

An example of social media usage in 2020

  • Total Number of Tweets sent per day: 500 million
  • Over 210 million snaps are created on SnapChat every day
  • Instragram: 100 million photos and videos uploaded per day
  • Total Number of Monthly Active Linkedin Users: 310 million
  • Number of Videos View Per Day: 1 billion

Mind-boggling by the growth of data and most of it's in the form of text, documents, call logs, social media posts, research papers, feedback comments and more. Unfortunately, most businesses can't access or use it; they don't have the right tools or skilled resources to mine it for insights employees could use to speed decision-making and improve customer responsiveness. No wonder knowledge workers spend up to 80% of their time searching for answers instead of acting on them. There's a way out of this conundrum: amplify intelligence through knowledge based systems.

With the instance growth of data can you trust your intution?

Let's amplify your intution by utilizing your domain expertise to create rich data sets.