National Innovation Centre for Data presents:
Technology Choices with Altair
Choosing the right technology for your organisation is a crucial step in the journey towards data innovation. And with so many options available on the market, it can be difficult to know which technology is the right one for what you’re trying to achieve. Aimed at technical staff, this theme will demo a range of technical solutions to a variety of problems, such as Data Visualisation, Data Analytics and Data Cleaning.
Join us on 10th May from 2 to 4pm to hear insights from Altair, a global technology company aiming to transform customer decision-making with a unique blend of data analytics, simulation and high-performance computing.
Altair’s self-service data preparation, machine learning and streaming data visualisation solutions are designed to be code-free and code-friendly enabling everybody within an organisation to become more data-driven.
Grab your virtual ticket via datainsights_altair_technologychoices10-05.eventbrite.co.uk
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