The unbelievable Machine Company Gmbh, ImmobilienScout24, T-Systems, EMC/Pivotal, MapR, Exasol & Tableau invite you to the 5th Data Science Day in Berlin.
Topic this time: "Mobile, Mobility & Big Data".
Schedule Data Science Day:
9:00 Doors open
9:45 - 10:00 (we´ll start earlier this time as we have lots of interesting talks & sessions that day...)
Klaas Bollhoefer, The unbelievable Machine Company & Thomas Kwiatkowski, ImmobilienScout24: "Welcome!"
10:00 - 10:30
Florian Schumacher, Quantified Self Deutschland: "The Quantified Self"
The Quantified Self is a movement of users and toolmakers interested in self-knowledge through numbers. Apps and connected sensors generating data about health, behavior and environment have become quite popular and more and more people seek to improve their lives by self-tracking. Not only in sports but also in health, wellness or even career, customers adopt new tools and what has been a hobby for a tech elite will soon hit the mainstream. This talk features the various use cases for self-tracking and upcoming trends, also describing the potential of the smartphone as a connected hub for quantifying our lives and how wearable technologies like smart watches and glasses will lead to a new data driven lifestyle.
10:30 - 11:15
Alexander Kagoshima, Data Scientist @ Pivotal: "Data Science and the Internet of Things - Deep Analytics on Traffic Data"
In the next few years we will most likely see huge growth in the amount of traffic data generated through built-in automotive sensors and mobile devices. This talk presents a case study of analytics on traffic data. Methods will be presented that yield a deep understanding of traffic and its characteristics by analyzing different types data. These methods could be extended to predict traffic jams, enhance routing systems and optimize fuel efficiency.
11:15 - 11:30 Coffee Break
11:30 - 12:00
Dominikus Baur, Freelance designer & researcher: "Big pictures in the small - Visualizations on mobile devices"
Mobile devices - smartphones and tablets - give us access to data and analytical capabilities everywhere. In this talk, Dominikus will show how changes in our computing environments also change our interaction with visualizations. Aspects such as changing locations, social context, interruptions and the all-encompassing touch input require adaptations, but also open up new pathways towards insight. Dominikus will explain best practices in information architecture and interaction design on the basis of real-world examples from casual information, personal informatics and business intelligence, showing how mobile visualizations can become a central staple of our future analysis environments.
12:00 - 12:30
Michael Hausenblas, Chief Data Engineer @ MapR: "How Big Data can take geolocation apps to the next level"
Providing services based on the geolocation of a person is certainly not a new idea. However, leveraging Big Data in this area creates new possibilities. In this talk we will review case studies and discuss challenges and opportunities that come along with it.
12:30 - 1:00 Lunch Break
1:00 - 1:30
Andy Cotgreave, Tableau, "Visualizing Social Media: Blending Social and Business Data for Mobile Business"
Do you want to understand how your social channels can give you better business intelligence on the go? In the era of smartphones, mobility and BYOD, how do you analyze Twitter, Facebook, Google+ or other data to understand your social media presence? Well, this session is for you. We will cover how to retrieve social data, what we get from the APIs, how we clean and store social data and turn it into something useful and understandable. Find out how to share your results on the web and mobile in minutes.
In the afternoon slot Andy will present Tableau’s solution in more detail in focussed on mobile usage scenarios & best practices.
1:30 - 2:00
Sven Löffler, Emerging Products & Innovation @ T-Systems: "Big Data and the mobile wave: Connecting vehicles - connecting customers"
During the session the presenter will present one potential Big Data Use Case in the “Zero Distance” world. Zero distance is the new proximity to the customer that is a decisive competitive factor and the ideal basis for long-term customer loyalty. Applying Big Data in the automotive sector not only promises cost savings, it also provides exciting and potentially very lucrative ways to expand a company’s business model. If done right, Big Data can definitely help OEMs to establish and optimize direct relationships with the consumer.
2:00 - 2:30
Milan Günther, Partner @ eda.c, "Designing the new enterprise"
Everyone is talking about the new ways of dealing with data, and how to make use of the ubiquitous layer emerging around us. To design for this reality however, we have to rethink our approaches. Milan will talk about mobile big data enterprise service design and other such ideas that help appreciate the dynamics and complexity of such environments.
2:30 - 3:00 Coffee Break
3:00 - 3:15
Klaas Bollhoefer, The unbelievable Machine Company: "Wrap-up & Workshop planning"
3:15 - 4:30
Workshop Sessions & Product Demos
4:30 - 5:00
Special talk by Isabel Drost-Fromm, Apache: "New stuff in Mahout"
From 5:00 - open end
Get-together with beer, pizza & lots of time to meet, share ideas & talk about the day!
A big thanks to our sponsors:
ImmobilienScout24, Exasol, Tableau, EMC/Pivotal, T-Systems, MapR & The unbelievable Machine Company GmbH (*um)
Enough food & drinks available all day. Talks and presentations are in english!
See ya there - awesome line-up again.....