In this article, we utilized the Big Data analytics dashboard of Covid-19 data analysis to analyze and gain insight into possible air-travel reactivation zones and routes for an effective Covid-19 airline recovery program.
The airline industry faces an unprecedented challenge like never before. Let’s take a look at the […]
Top 5 ways how Smartphones and Big Data help to fight the Coronavirus
Big Data and Smartphone apps help to limit Coronavirus infection chains. Here we show the top 5 ways how smartphones and Big Data Science helps to fight the Coronavirus pandemic.
Third party data from already existing apps is a shortcut for Coronavirus geotracking. We discuss which companies have data and discuss different integration solutions.
A privacy compliant Bluetooth App concept to track Coronaviurs infections with a Blockchain in the backend.A process, consisting out of various steps is shown. 1. Two smartphones exchange secrets and IDs. 2. Hashes are build. 3. The hashes get stored in a local database. 4. One user gets sick and is infected with the Coronavirus. 5. The sick users hahed data gets upload into a peer to peer network, a database or a blockchain. 6. The paried second user from the beginning downloads the dataset of the Coronvarius sick person. 7. The helathy person controls the record with the local smartphone database when the potential infected person was met. 8. The smartphone of the helathy person shows an alert with the potential infection details.
Coronavirus apps enhance social distancing. We describe how to build privacy compliant Coronavirus Bluetooth tracking Apps with Blockchain and open standards.
Mobile providers have data which cell towers are received by a smartphone. With Big Data Analytics this data can give insights if most people stay home to optimize controls and restrictions.
We discuss how mobile provider Big Data and Time Series Database based Analysis can support the containment of Covid-19 and reveal an concrete implementation guide.
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