Software solutions are built for you as secure web applications, middleware solutions, desktop applications and mobile apps. These show 2D, 3D and 4D views of your data. Your end users are provided with ‘actionable information’ to support your decision making processes.
Humans are naturally visual. Our eyes record thousands of images per day. People instinctively relish graphs, infographics, photographs and images for good reason.
Key aspects of visualisation
- Naturally visual —90% of information transmitted to the brain is visual
- Senses—40% of sense processing is visual, even though we have 5 senses, so sight is prioritised by the brain
- Memory—Visuals are committed to long term memory easier than text, and images are processed much faster than text
- Effectiveness—Visuals are more effective for understanding complex data and patterns
Road Collisions Visualisation
- UK Road Collisions - uses a dataset of all road collisions in the UK
- Big Data - the data set has hundreds of thousands of objects, with many fields, making tens of millions of data points
- Filter - reduce the haystack, make the needle brighter - using our specialist visualisation and UX techniques, quickly sift and filter the data to the subset you need to analyse
- Real time - as the user moves the map, adjusts the filters, runs the heat map - these are all real-time operations on the in-memory dataset
Visualise and communicate
Data and information presented in spread sheets and documents is sometimes hard to assimilate. It takes time and expertise to do so. Putting key aspects of this information on a map, graph or dashboard is more powerful—information can be assimilated quickly, and decisions supported more effectively.
The borwell team will create a visual representation of your disparate data sets as layers. This will provide a rich view of your key data and information, and help your decision makers. Your solution will be secure by design.