Building Real-Time Models of the World

Friday, 13 February 2015: 1:30 PM-4:30 PM
Room 220B (San Jose Convention Center)
Andrew Rogers, SpaceCurve, Seattle, WA
Real-time data models use live data to detect and measure shifts in the environment. Rogers discusses the process of building climate-centric big data apps and some challenges. For example, fast-moving subsurface ocean dynamics influence a lot of large-scale weather and fishery phenomena, and were difficult to capture. It can be done now with some types of big data platforms.