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Tech talk: Enterprise Location Requirements - LocationTech.org

Wednesday, January 30th 2013


 

Processing transaction streams is a core capability for most enterprises. As mobile devices and sensor networks become more prevalent, those transaction streams are becoming spatiotemporal event streams. The capabilities of spatiotemporal event streams are fundamentally broader than familiar transactions. Architectures and data models are different. ETL is different. Data quality is different. Analytics are different. How does a user even start to sus out requirements if they don't know the differences?
 
This webinar explores this area and discusses a new project being proposed at LocationTech.
 
Attendees:
David Sonnen - IDC
Craig Statchuk - IBM
Dr. Michael Sanderson - 1Spatial
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