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Graphs are eating the world

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Greg Meadows

on 21 May 2015

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Transcript of Graphs are eating the world

are eating the world
About me
Background in software & apps
Founded 2008
Small Native American-owned (Coharie Tribe, Clinton N.C.)
Customers: FAA, NTSB, State of Illinois
Annual Revenue: $400k
Capabilities: Data Visualization, Machine Learning
I love data and the web
Tectonic Shifts
"Big Data" is just data (c'mon now)
Data is constantly moving
Humans are limited for analysis
The world will never have enough analysts
Why are Graphs a big deal?
real-time data is here
proven tech (eBay, LinkedIn, Google)
SQL databases are no longer working
Bear Pit presentation to NAIPEC May 21, 2015
by Greg Meadows, Red Cloud Services, Inc.
Turning Flights into a graph
Flight Delays remain a problem
Fuel Savings, CO2 Emissions and Noise remain a problem
Flight Operators, Airports and the FAA do NOT share real-time data

it's demo time people
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