Data at Work

The world of data and its many applications. This blog will help you learn how visionary companies are utilising external data to enhance business operations.

A comparison of POI solutions on the market

Point-of-Interest (POI) data is instrumental in facilitating the operations of businesses such as food and last-mile delivery companies, those that develop mapping and navigation software, ridesharing companies, and many others. In other industries, such data is harnessed to derive insights to inform decision-making around site selection and supply chain optimisation.  

However, procuring good quality POI data is a significant challenge.  

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How bad POI data is costing your business

Point-of-Interest (POI) data is the foundation for digital maps that enable on-demand service delivery models in navigation, logistics, and other industries. POI data is instrumental for businesses to dynamically match consumers with the right services and places with relevant context. The application and analysis of POI data should be a top priority for all location-based businesses to improve operational efficiency, save costs, and stay ahead of competition.

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Geolancer and the role of big data in Augmented and Virtual Reality

For several millennia, human beings have delved into alternative realities to entertain themselves and cope with the pressures of everyday life.Until recently, the mediums that enabled these experiences included fictional storytelling, music, art, movies, and TV shows. However, due to the exponential increase in computing power, the last decade has witnessed the rise of the most immersive forms of such mediums to date: Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR). This blog post sheds light on this growing industry and discuss how Quadrant’s POI datasets can enrich AR and VR platforms – now and in the future.  

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Using AI to clean Personally Identifiable Information from user-generated data sets

Having access to large repositories of data enables businesses to optimise operations in several ways. This includes personalised advertising, greater supply chain efficiency, and more satisfying customer experiences.

However, people have grown increasingly wary of trusting businesses and governments with their data. Several high-profile data privacy breaches at LinkedIn, Alibaba, and Yahoo (to name a few) collectively impacted billions of users.

Ethically managing data and making sure no Personally Identifiable Information (PII) makes it to big data sets is a challenge we take very seriously at Quadrant.

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How to use location data in transportation and mobility

Transportation companies need location-based intelligence to gauge demand, support operations, adapt to changing public requirements, and ensure safety. Reliable and accurate mobile location data is key to studying mobility trends that can reveal actionable insights for the betterment of infrastructure and applications in supply chain, ride sharing, public transport, traffic management, and other use cases.

Companies also need location data to assess potential for usage in growing urban spaces to improve availability and return-on-investment. More recently, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, people’s movement patterns have changed drastically. The new normal with social distancing requires tweaking existing forms of transportation and related services. All these make mobile location datasets and corresponding mobility analysis more valuable than ever, both in the private and public sector.

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