All posts by Max Botten

Product spotlight: introducing the personnel monitor

Over the next few weeks we’ll be introducing you to some of our products being used in frontier markets like Iraq, including our information management system, which helps analysts keep track of political and security information, and we’ll also be talking about some of the technology behind the platforms. Today we’re kicking off with a …

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Automating reporting: meet our Robot

We’ve been researching ways to help our clients automate reporting. We’ve made progress and we’re now able to write short reports that are generated by a robot. To do this, we create a program to respond to events or triggers. Here is a simple example of how this works. Imagine if we had a database full …

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Beautiful Science exhibition at the British Library

We went down to the British Library last week to check out the Beautiful Science exhibition. The exhibition explores the ways in which scientists represent and illustrate data. Beautiful Science highlights that visualization can act as a tool for discovery and that aesthetics play a key part in communicating insight. Some incredible examples of data visualization are on show, both old …

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Tech City International Women’s Day

Katrina and I are looking forward to being involved in the second edition of Tech City’s International Women’s Day showcase (@TechCityIWD) this Friday. The event is being held to mark International Women’s Day on the 8th of March. We will be there showcasing our work alongside a whole host of exhibitors from the creative, tech and design industry. You can …

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