Data specialists, Iotics (www.iotics.com) has become one of the founding members of the Emergent Alliance (www.emergentalliance.org), a not-for-profit community to better inform the future economic decision making of governments, corporations and organizations post-COVID-19.
Alongside fellow members such as Rolls-Royce, IBM, Microsoft, Google Cloud and the UK-based Open Data Institute, the Emergent Alliance will share data, expertise and resources to build economic resilience and solve some of the biggest challenges facing a post-COVID-19 world.
“Our vision is to form an independent alliance and create a safe environment in which we share data, expertise and resources to work together to aid economic recovery and rebuild economies,” explains Dr Rachel Gawley, Programme Director at Emergent Alliance.”
Iotics’ technology will play a key role in realizing the Alliance’s vision and will allow businesses and people to come together in a trusted environment to share their knowledge, data and skills enabling us all to recover better and form a stronger position for the future.
“We are proud to be a founding member of the Emergent Alliance. Iotics’ patented Event-Data platform enables data and insights to flow freely anywhere, underpinning the collaborative efforts of this powerful new community. Our overlay architecture was built to surface key insights across diverse partner ecosystems, such as those seen in the Emergent Alliance, putting vital information into the hands of world leaders,” says Robin Brattel, CEO of Iotics.
Iotics was founded with a mission of liberating data to enable the world to make the most informed decisions, based on the ability of individuals and organizations to collaborate, securely sharing meaningful information in real-time.
“Enterprises have long grappled with the challenge of finding meaningful and actionable insights in the data noise, to drive data-based decisions and deliver significant results. It’s why Iotics was created,” comments Brattel.