Organisations today don’t suffer from a lack of data; rather, the challenge lies in uncovering insights from the vast amounts of data that are being captured.
Public safety organisations specifically must extract intelligence before their data becomes irrelevant or obsolete.
Fortunately, this is a challenge that can be solved through innovation — and assistive artificial intelligence (AI) is one tool that enables organisations and government agencies to take advantage of data while it’s still relevant. With assistive AI, city agencies, law enforcement, fire departments and emergency services can harness the power of machine learning and advanced statistics in order to detect patterns and anomalies that require immediate action. Through cloud-based collaboration spaces, organisations can share this vital information in real-time, leading to greater situational awareness and faster incident resolution. Through cloud-based collaboration spaces, organisations can share this vital information in real-time, leading to greater situational awareness and faster incident resolution.
Collaboration spaces and assistive AI will continue to grow in value and importance — and these will be powered by automation. Combining connectivity, data sharing and collaboration will drive seamless data access.
In her most recent Fast Company article, Kalyn Sims, Chief Technology Officer of Safety & Security for Hexagon’s Safety, Infrastructure & Geospatial division, shares how your organisation can best harness, share and act upon data to drive operational success.
Read on to learn more about extracting intelligence in an era of exploding data.