A New Perspective on Data: Creating Business Intelligence with Aerial Data Collection and Analytics
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Data is continuously collected from sources ranging from remote sensors and fixed cameras to your own Facebook account. The widespread adoption of aerial data collection from planes, helicopters and, most recently, drones, provides a new perspective into the status of energy assets, forestry and fire conditions, construction progress, the efficiency of solar panels, damage from natural disasters, and so much more. Advanced analytics and applied AI provide business intelligence from the data collected, including alerting when changes in status occur, automated identification of specified issues and predictive analytics that allow for planned future actions. These advanced features translate into data that is pre-filtered and refined to provide valuable business insights that promote actions that save lives, create efficiencies and avoid unplanned budget expense.
This talk will provide valuable insights to the most recent advances in data collection and analytic techniques and uses. Topics to be discussed include:
- How data is collected with a variety of remote aerial sensors
- Introduction to analytics that refine data into valuable, usable intelligence
- Ways that the analyzed data can be utilized to provide advanced efficiencies and safety
- Resources available for learning more about data collection and analytics
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About Our Speaker
Shay Roehm, JD, PMP
Principal/Technology Solutions Director, Catalyst | Media Arts
Shay Roehm, JD, PMP, is a technical Project Manager with 20+ years of experience in the delivery of innovative and transformative projects. In 2011, Shay founded Media Arts, an end-to-end technology solutions organization and Catalyst AT, founded in 2016, which is focused on providing data collection, processing, and analytic services. Shay has created protocols for aerial data inspection of assets at LA Metro, she completed nation-wide pipeline and electrical asset data collection and analytic studies for the energy industry and she implemented a new system for ADA compliant wayfinding signage and information system for Burbank Airport and Metrolink. Most recently, Ms. Roehm has Joined Aescit organization as Executive Vice President of Technology Design.
5:00 PM – 6:15 PM: Webinar Session
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