The 16th century astronomer Tycho Brahe was a leading observer of celestial bodies. Back then, his data volume exceeded everyone else’s. However, it took the ingenuity of Johannes Kepler to interpret this data and derive the elliptical orbits of the planets.
In today's world of internet and digitization, more data is generated than there are stars in the sky. Many businesses are waking up to the power of mathematical analysis of data to improve their products and services.
We can process your data and provide insights that will help you make better decisions. We are the Keplers of today.
To learn more about Big Data Analysis, browse through some of our projects, or contact us today for a personal consultation.
Big Data & Pattern recognition
The field of Speech Recognition offers countless possibilities for big data analysis ... more
Big Data & Satellites
Earth is a sphere! For big data this statement is, of course, wrong. Earth is flattened at the poles due to its ... more
Big Data & Medicine
Big data analysis can deliver incredible results, but the possibility of misuse must be considered ... more
Big Data & Physics
Astrophysics is one of the most beautiful areas for the application of big data analysis ... more
Big Data & Recommendation System
Big Data improves a company’s response to people’s needs. How do Google, Amazon or Facebook ... more
Big Data & Sport
In no other field has the application of big data analysis become as valuable and lucrative as in sports ... more
Big Data & Research
The biomedical simulations at the Institute of Medical Statistics (CeMSIIS) show the paths of large protein molecules ... more
Big Data & Computation
The mathematician G. H. Hardy thought number theory had no practical use .... more
Strategies and Planning
Big Data & Game Theory
In order to succeed in a competition, the knowledge of one’s strengths ... more