Environmental intelligence has just got smarter
Jul 19 2019 Read 6534 Times
Ambisense have recently introduced Ambilytics, a new system of environmental intelligence offering a new leap in environmental risk assessment. Ambilytics software utilises machine learning to automate, analyse and model multi-source data. It will identify patterns and hidden risks, and in the hands of an environmental professional, transform this data into actionable insights. This enables companies to efficiently assess environmental risk and bring a project through regulatory barriers more rapidly.
Stephen McNulty, CEO and founder of Ambisense stated, “We believe that this delivers substantial efficiency for our customers, minimising time spent on low-value data analysis tasks and freeing up time and budgets to improve the quality and speed of project delivery.”
Digitisation is here to stay and the environmental industry is always open minded enough to take on fresh approach; maximising new technologies to get more from data and putting this power into the hands of people who need it, when they need it. Ambilytics is driven by this industrial evolution, it is an intelligent platform that uses advanced technology to allow users to make evidence-based decisions in-real time and at a significantly lower cost.
Using IoT, Ambilytics combines information taken via remotely deployed field devices with contextual data sources, such as meteorological or geophysical data, thus giving operators a single, comprehensive view of their entire pool of data in real-time whilst indicating every change and anomaly in full context and therefore improving the users’ ability to react quickly. At the same time, machine learning creates statistical models and identifies relationships and trends, therefore assessing the likelihood of future outcomes and allowing users very deep insights, whilst hastening and improving their decision-making process.
Ambilytics has been developed to empower users, ebabling them take their analysis and assessments to the next level, but this launch is only the first stage. Ambilytics will continue to evolve with new technologies and industry demands, and Ambisense will be rolling out an intensive series of new features over the coming months and years..
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