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Defence Technical Challenge – Pacific 2015: Visualise to Interpret – How Technology Can Help Solve the Issues with Maritime Big Data

Our ability to collect and store data outweighs our ability to interpret its message in a timely manner, especially if situational awareness and operational analysis are the desired outcomes. However tools exist to turn big data into the patterns and pictures the human brain is far better at understanding and surprisingly they are available to industry and other users via most publically funded research organisation in Australia. The DSI and the University of Technology, Sydney will be presenting a case study of the ability of Australian Academics to model real-life maritime traffic data in an attempt to detect anomalies and display complex data in an easy to comprehend form.

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This event will be held at the Sydney Exhibition Centre @ Glebe Island.

Date: Tuesday 6th - Thursday 8th October 2015
Time: 1430-1500
Location: Innovation Theatrette, Exhibition Hall 3

 

This event is open to all Exhibitors, Trade Visitors and Delegations.

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