We all work with a number of applications that produce large amounts of data. But where does this data end? What if it is data produced by our own business activities or systems? Are you sure you own your business data? Or are you just hostages of suppliers, and restless believers in the correctness of "black boxes" and files scattered in your organization? Each and every organization has to ask these questions today.
Every day, local authorities of each city face a difficult task: To satisfy the needs and meet the expectations of its residents, entrepreneurs, and visitors to the city. While people's demands are different and constantly growing, the energy, water, space, transport capacity, or sources of funding have their limits. Resources simply cannot be inflated indefinitely.
The project called OverSi became the winner of the ITAPA 2018 Award. The award for the Best project in the field of digitization of the V4 countries was awarded for the second time.
Today’s consumerism is associated with the production of an ever increasing volume of waste.
Finding a suitable place to dump waste is becoming more and more difficult, and waste management is becoming quite expensive. One solution is to introduce a more accurate overview of what is being collected and when, and at the same time motivate the population to sort waste with fair fees and thus significantly help its recycling.
Do you use internet banking? Of course, who would go to a bank branch building today to make a money transfer order, right? Similarly, with your mobile operator, you handle all changes via the application on your mobile or tablet, or via the call center, and only if necessary you visit the branch (often gritting your teeth) to discuss your problem in person with the employee behind the counter. But what will the employee do?
The ESONA system is a comprehensive solution, thanks to which you can already introduce bulk waste collection in your municipality or town, and it will help you reduce the volume of mixed municipal waste by up to a third.
In the last part of our series on data care even when working from home, we will focus on the final step of cleaning our data, from the point of view of its business value, which is the most important for us. This lies in their ability to create information for meaningful decision-making, and therefore, in addition to the technical correctness improved in the previous part on dataset preparation, it is necessary to adjust the informative value or veracity of individual records in our data sources.
Following the towns of Senec and Bernolákovo, other municipalities also decided for an ecological solution and order in their waste management: Hrubý Šúr, Kráľová pri Senci, Veľký Grob, Pusté Úľany, Most pri Bratislave, Hrubá Borša, Boldog, and Jelka. Thanks to accurate and targeted records of all waste containers, local authorities will gain order in waste management, and taxpayers will only pay for what they produce regarding their waste. In every municipality or town, the ESONA smart solution will enable to implement control in the waste collection process and help reduce waste collection and disposal costs.
Before proceeding to the actual cleaning of our data with respect to its informative value and the correctness of individual records resulting from business use, it is often paramount to clean up technical and semantic errors of bulk data contained in individual datasets forming our data portfolio.