Real-time data and real world realities: applications in environmental monitoring, fisheries and aquaculture.
Rates of real-time data provision and use are increasing dramatically across research, industry and government sectors.
But despite the inevitable ‘reality’ of real-time data, data accumulated real-time is only useful if you can apply the intelligence you gather in a timely manner.
Real-time data aggregation allows you to see ‘what’s happening now’, but the process is not without challenges.
These include having enough analytical capacity, and ensuring data integrity.
The talk will look at three applications of real-time data and explore the opportunities and challenges for marine research and industry.
Speakers: Dr Klaas Hartmann (IMAS), Sue Grau (Oysters Tasmania) and Dr Jeff Ross (IMAS).
When: 11am, Tuesday, 15 May 2018
Where: Aurora Lecture Theatre, Salamanca
Light lunch provided
Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies
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