There’s no doubt that the explosive rise in the number of smartphones has changed the world as we know it. The increased number of sensors and connected devices has produced mountains of data. This is being used to transform the way that we live our lives.
IoT, location data, location intelligence, big data. Whatever your name for it, it’s hard to dispute the potential across a variety of industries
It’s now apparent that granular location data can provide unprecedented insight into the offline world. More businesses are realising the value of mobile location data and the impact it is having across the globe.
As we move away from unreliable data sets, sensor-driven accurate data sets are taking centre stage. This kind of accurate data has many applications. But I’d like to look at some that are having the greatest disruptive impact.
The ability to notice trends by using data isn’t new. The ability to do this based on people’s activity in the offline world, in a close to real-time manner is.
Location intelligence reveals relationships between big data sets that often would be missed. It turns these insights into actionable business intelligence. Helping inform decisions, from the boardroom to the storefront.
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