Working in conjunction with subject matter experts, data scientists can swiftly apply statistical tools and uncover emerging trends. This is extremely valuable for companies trying to operate in a disruption. Not only will executives have an accurate representation of their present situation, but new products & services can be devised from these insights.
Global external shocks are going to continue to happen, that is a fact of operating a business in today’s environment. As companies embrace data science in their decision-making processes, they are better positioned to deal with these disruptions, allowing them to manage a risk-optimized supply chain.
Designing and deploying computer vision is a powerful technology that humans can employ to improve their decision making. The only limits to these technologies lie within our ability to think of problems for them to solve.
Gameplay data are a trove of information about how athletes are acting and reacting in real situations, and there are real benefits to be gained by mining this information at every level, from the athlete to the entire team. In the modern age, the team that can measure and understand itself through its own data will have the competitive edge.
Meeting customer expectations is more difficult than ever, more and more of market share goes to companies who are able to perceive needs rather than react. Whether e-tailing or selling in brick-n-mortar stores, inventory planning is a promising area for predictive analytics,
In post 2 of 4 on biometric modeling, we discuss how sporting teams and goods manufacturers can segment their consumer base using biometric insights.
This is post 1 of a 4-part series focusing how data science can incorporate biometrics for sporting good manufacturers and professional sports teams.