Filter the signal from the noise, and turn data into your superpower.
It’s helpful to know what happened in the past. But it’s much more powerful to know what will happen in the future and how you can influence it.
We’ll help you to lead rather than lag, using big data to answer big questions, such as:
Predictive analytics help you know what might happen, prepare a response ahead of time, get ahead of the risks and influence the outcomes. It’s like looking ahead with a telescope, not glancing through the rear-view mirror.
If something doesn’t look right, it probably isn’t right. But what if you can’t see it? That’s where anomaly detection comes in.
We’ll help you build the technology to spot the outliers that could spell trouble for your organization. This might be unusual financial activity or spikes in transactions that could spell fraud. Or unexpected fault reports in systems that could turn into defects; or surprising results in medical reports that shouldn’t go unchecked.
The data is there. You just need to know how to find it.
If you’ve got the right data, and enough of it, you can predict the likely outcome of any given situation.
We’ve helped clients in the transport sector use big data and predictive analytics to see the impact of maintenance on transport routes—and model how people’s behaviour will change as a reaction. We’ve helped retailers combine insight from their store footprints, logistics and customer behaviour to accurately plan staffing levels, weeks in advance.
We’re helping our clients use AI to do what they do faster, cheaper and more accurately than they ever could. Machines can read terms and conditions. They can predict behaviour on transport systems. They can pick out faces in crowds.
Our AI teams are made up of specialists in cognitive computing, deep learning, machine learning and natural language processing and generation. They’ll help you turn the data you own into living, breathing insight and action in your organisation.
Thanks to data and analytics, you can turn a theoretical situation into a dress rehearsal.
We use technology including virtual studios, gamification and other computer-generated simulations to help our clients answer the question: what if?
We can take advanced analysis and modelling and apply it to a real-world world scenarios, so you can trial your response. See the effects of shutting down a transport network. Test how prepared you are to react to a systems outage. Simulate what would happen in the face of a major catastrophe.
This way, you'll be ready and prepared when the real thing happens.