Visualization business

This year there have been many developments in imaging technology – from holograms on virtual reality headsets – designed to excite the senses and usher in a new paradigm for personal entertainment. Also interesting is the ability to visualize brings a lot of business processes stuck in the doldrums plain text and voice interaction.

Visualization can be broadly defined as the technology that brings the visual size (2 or 3D) information or object, which is described as a non-visual data or a physical object. Visualization allows the object was seen without having to physically be there with the help of computer simulation.

As computing power advances, visualization will become more accessible from the cloud to your phone and handheld. Only in the medical industry, Research and Markets predicts the global market for advanced visualization to grow to more than 10 percent each year achieve about $ 2.8 billion in value terms for 2020

Here we will look at the technology of visualization and how organizations are adopting radically change its way of doing business – both internally and to their customers

2015 :. leap year to render

Microsoft Hololens

With Google Glass smart glasses demonstrate the potential for imaging in the past few years the installation this year of its sun, seemed to cause an explosion of the product from a number of technology vendors: Microsoft announced HoloLens; Samsung released its headphones gear VR; and Sharp has released an interactive whiteboard for office meeting room.

In addition to the devices for enhanced and virtual reality, this year ushered in new ways to transform the mind-boggling amounts of data in the model, which can be “seen” and take appropriate action.

Matthew Golab, the legal department of technology at Gilbert + Tobin Lawyers, says a typical judicial or legislative issues working in hundreds of thousands of documents, the use of visual network diagram provides an overview of the universe, or a subset of the zone.

“We also use a visual breakdown of the document type in conjunction with a chronological view of the sample document,” says Golab.

Augmented reality and objects as OTC data Arena are excellent tools for exploring data sets, but the future of imaging is the ability to select the visual that will communicate the anomaly or an interesting trend to the user, according to the managing director Brad Lorge.

“With the advent of smart watches, Google Glass, and even smartphones notices, applications should be able to communicate complex trends and developments incredibly concisely. The ability to understand what to emphasize is the key,” Lorge said.

Application of the imagination

The use of visualization is limited only by imagination and practicality, and more often than not, lead to a better understanding of information and more innovation.

Zip Industries, a local manufacturer of office systems, hot water supply, adopted 3D visualization as a major part of its assembly and ERP processes as it is easier for people to see in 3D volume component compared to a flat image.

When I met the CIO of Nick Mennell, he was the initiator of the initiative to use 3D modeling to demonstrate the product “on the spot” to potential customers as visualization extends from manufacturing and ERP sales and marketing. Easy ROI of the company is the use of 3D-modeling to eliminate the travel time to the prospects and photography.

While visualization is making waves this year, it is worth noting that Queensland Police Service has been using virtual reality for training since as early as 2003 Education and training is another area that can benefit greatly from the visual interaction.

The benefits of real-time visualization of

All eyes on the visualization of data in real-time


Every business has to deal with kakoy- the form of a set of data – from financial accounts to the monitoring server – but the big problem turns raw data into real-time intelligence, and where visualization can make a huge difference.

, Ben Phillips, Chief Scientific Officer of the University of Canberra’s National Centre for Social and Economic Modelling, said imaging offers many advantages, not only a simple way to understand the data.

“When people have a visual interface, they can quickly understand large data sets,” says Phillips. “We are using the table can be a confusing array of numbers, but more visual approach is a lot easier and more functional. Most people feel more attractive visual interface to understand the business, more intuitive and flexible.”

Center provides customers with a visual interface that allows people to change the size of the tables on the fly, so that they can make their own analysis of the data visualization in real time. Phillips says that people often find opportunities to improve the performance of their own analysis.

“It’s pretty early for visualization in Australia, but it promises the best way to understand the data to uncover problems in business and government,” he says.

Example visualization of data in real-time a Finnish organization Lucify who created an interactive data visualization of the current crisis of migration in Europe, based on data from the United Nations and other sources.

Place your mouse over Germany, and you will see the path and the number of people traveling to the country, represented by arrows. Independently Lucify stated mission is to promote cooperation on interactive data visualization for journalists.

Peter Gray, director of analytics and information services in Oakton, said data visualization could allow people to easily get an understanding of what’s really going on.

“For example, in the mall, on the imposition of retail sales and data pedestrian traffic over the card center, you can clearly see different people and movements spending patterns, which then allows you to optimize the store mix and leases,” says Gray. “By the time delivery is on Geospatial-known mobile device, you can get up to a certain part of the Centre and see that the impact of different shops, and put this information in context.”

We are only at the beginning of a new era in imaging business. More accessible and equipment cloud services combined with applications and use cases will drive a new appetite for innovation. Do not let the legacy of the text and phone to keep your business back.