With the New Year, and cold winter, now upon us here in Toronto we thought it would be fun to kick it off by revisiting our award winning Hackathon entry from last years Splunk’s Partner Technical Symposium and adapting it to provide insights for our very own Toronto’s Bike Share platform leveraging their Open Data.
A week ago, I had the privilege of attending the annual Splunk Partner Technical Symposium in New Orleans along with a colleague. At this event, we entered and won the 1st annual IoT Hackathon, sponsored by AWS. The Hackathon tasked us with developing a fleet management solution using Ford GoBike IoT (Internet of Things) data. This post outlines the developed solution and the various data sources and tools we used. Overall, it was a great and fun exercise and helps illustrate how feature rich solutions can be developed in a very short amount of time using Splunk Enterprise. Read more
Paul and Dhiren from the Discovered Intelligence team won the first annual IoT (Internet of Things) Hackathon at the Splunk Partner Technical Symposium in New Orleans last week.
The hackathon called for the creation of a fleet management system, using open data sources from the Ford GoBike Bay area bike share program. Using this data set and other sources, the team were able to develop a comprehensive solution using Splunk; incorporating data science techniques, visualizations, and advanced searches. Full details of the winning solution will be posted on Friday, so stay tuned!
Congratulations to Paul and Dhiren – another win for our skilled Discovered Intelligence team!
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