Visualizing Big Data

Data visualizations are everywhere today. From creating a visual representation of data points to impress potential investors, report on progress, or even visualize concepts for customer segments, data visualizations are a valuable tool in a variety of settings.

Interfaces, applications and devices which provides high utility and usability by focusing on the users and customers’ needs will help everyone – better finding, scanning, understanding, using etc.. And those faster, deeper understandings will lead to greater business agility and a significant competitive advantage moving forward.

It’s all about

  • Volume
  • Variety
  • Velocity

And creating

  • Value ( Empower business and improve user and customer experience )


Tools which provide great visualization-based data don’t just provide attractive dashboards, info graphics or, heat maps. They create business value!


By visualizing information, we turn complex information into a scenery that the user or customer can explore with his eyes, can understand and feel familiar -a sort of orientation or information guide.
We live in a quick changing world where we have various devices and every user should be in the position to use their own mobile devices to easily explore data, discover trends and communicate their findings to colleagues and other audiences.


Benefits of well-designed and easy to understand data visualization and design

  • interacting with data where and when ever the user like and have to do it
  • quick and securely sharing and collaborating
  • real-time data analysis - available for various users


Big data analytics and the business of sports

Like many other businesses, the sports and entertainment industry is starting to test and operationalize big data analytics. At CeBIT 2014 SAP introduces a brand-new application for analyzing football matches. Player data, performance and tactics can be monitored and analyzed in real-time powered by SAP HANA.
It evaluates huge amounts of data in milliseconds. The data come from sensors carried by the players and in the ball that collect millions of positional data points and feed them into the platform for real-time calculation of player parameters such as acceleration, speed, and ball contacts. The results make it possible to visualize and analyze performance information so that coaches, trainers, and players can see what is happening, where they need to improve, how they can better defend or attack the opposing team, and how they might alter the training to reduce the risk of player injury. These insights translate into a competitive advantage – something every athlete and team is trying to create and exploit.


Big Data Analysis in Football ...




German Soccer Club uses Spatial Analysis on SAP HANA to Optimize Training ...


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