SAS Bites June
Big data and the Internet of Things
Today, billions of devices generate data about temperatures, speeds, energy use and more. Join connected devices become especially valuable when organizations analyze data from the Internet of Things.
Join us for SAS Bites to learn how you can reduce the risks associated with collecting and using data in this big data-IoT era.
The explosion of big data has led to the mass adoption of wearable technology. We will share how predictive analytics can value-add by filtering out the false positives and focusing attention on where it needs to be.
Date: 19 June 2015, Friday
Time: 4.00PM - 6.00PM (Refreshment Provided)
Venue: Singapore Management University
School of Information Systems, Level 3, RM NSR 3-4
80 Stamford Road, S(178902) See Map
Nearest MRT: Dhoby Ghaut/City Hall
|4:00pm: ||Big data and the Internet of Things|
|IoT’s connected devices coupled with big data can make our lives easier, but there are still important concerns about individuals’ privacy.|
Ken will share how you can balance the risks and rewards of collecting and accessing data.
Speaker: OCBC- Ken Wong, Head of Customer Insights
|4:30pm:||Workshop: Wearables, Big Data, and Analytics|
|The continual rise of fitness trackers and smart-watches over the past few years has brought wearables into the mainstream. From monitoring health and wellness to controlling and improving workplace productivity, the potential for wearable technology is huge.|
This workshop will introduce major trends, types of data generated, how to access and analyse them. We will also discuss how to leverage them to create new opportunities for personal or business use.
Alexandra Health System- Jonathon Khoo, Executive
OCBC- Ken Wong, Head of Customer Insights
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|6:00pm:||Networking & Refreshments|
Due to overwhelming responses, we have reached full capacity. Registration is now closed.