The linked article below caught my eye- it is often the case that an expert is needed here and now-
- onsite inspections of hurricane damage
- when unforeseen issues are found during repair/replacement of insured buildings.
- telehealth in care homes and remote locations
- oil rigs
- fire, storm, drought, earthquake and other natural disasters
And this article emphasises the global, thinly spread number and nature of some experts. I was recently told of just two people worldwide able to diagnose and proscribe action for specific railway bridges.
Streaming data is a vital part of digital transformation across all markets.
- Asset Management
- Construction & Engineering to name a few.
See how to apply this to help assess, repair and replace damaged buildings and contents. A vital part of insurtech digital transformation of processes.
So what's this to do with analytics?
Simple- the value of the location, time, photo/video, speech data for trend analysis, real-time analysis and to make and execute better decisions.
All part of the digital transformation disrupting lethargic enterprises and changing for the better innovative organisations.
The technology is designed to help train drivers make emergency repairs on the spot while passengers are still on board. Keolis Rail Services, the company that operates the commuter rail for the MBTA, gave 7News an exclusive look at the testing of a new pilot program. The idea is to use high tech eyewear to give locomotive engineers immediate access to experts anywhere in the world…and it’s all in real time.