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Special ArticlesBig Data helps city of Dublin improve public bus transportation and reduce congestion
IBM has announced it is helping the city of Dublin use Big Data to identify and solve the root causes of traffic congestion in its public transport network throughout the city, which means improved traffic flow and better mobility for commuters. Integrating data from a citywide network of sensors with geospatial data means that city officials are able to better monitor and manage traffic in real time.Read More
Special ArticlesTexas.gov site upgrades with help of analytics
According to govtech.com, the state of Texas has announced an enhanced Texas.gov. “The website,” writes Colin Wood, “which receives more than 20,000 daily users and fields more than 72,000 daily searches, will continue its focus of being search-centric, while adapting to the needs of its users. Because the user is so important, said Erin Hutchins, director of portal operations, their team began by looking at analytics to see what they were doing right, what they were doing wrong, and how their website could better serve their constituents and internal users.”Read More
Industry NewsAnalytics adds depth to NFL scouting reports
Chris Wesseling, the NFL’s “Around the League” writer, recently wrote about how the Jacksonville Jaguars used prospect analytics to pick potential star Luke Joeckel.Read More
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