Streaming Analytics and the Internet of Things

Geospatial Data Visualization Demo

Geospatial Data Visualization Demo with Jorge Alarcon

In this video, you’ll see a demo of geospatial data visualization for telecommunication companies.

For example, with the solution’s metric selector you can choose between any metric you’ve configured and render the metrics with different markers. You’ll also see how a range slider enables filtering KPI values using color ranges. Mapping options are extensive and include OpenStreetMap, MapQuest, and Mapbox. You’ll also see the solution’s ability choose from complex markers and represent their values using color scales and text fields. One of the most impressive features is the ability to see 3D elements using WebGL technologies.

Now let me take you to my computer so I can show you some of the capabilities of these geospatial visualizations.

Choosing Data Metrics

So here, we have a metric selector where you can choose between several--any of them that you have configured, and they render different markers depending on how you can--how you have configured these different metrics. Also, you have here a range slider that allows you to filter some of the markers according to their KPI values using color ranges. Also, you have the ability to select from multiple type providers such as OpenStreetMap, MapQuest, Mapbox, etc. And a--there is the use of map rendering technologies compatible with mobile devices and touch screens such as Leaflet.

Selecting Data Markers to Clarify Values

You have the ability to select from complex markers which have meaning and can represent values in them using color scales and text fields. So, for example, I am here configuring different markers for different metrics. Here I'm going to select Split Drops. For this other metric I'm going to select Simple Sticks, Circular Sector for this one and Detail View.

Data Markers Change as Metrics Change

Now I can go and select different metrics and see how the markers change. These are Simple Sticks with--and they actually point to the right as in a--as the data--as the data specifies. Here you have slices, and here you have the complex detailed view with the different sectors, layers, technologies, layers and cells. And also, you can hover, as you can see, and get the pop up information about market related metrics and attributes, which are also configurable.

Customize Regions to Display Aggregate Data Values

You have the ability to select from customizable regions that can display aggregate values at different zoom levels. You also have the ability to have clusters to display markers when they are close to each other, as you can see. And also, you have different views depending on the zoom level - zoom, closer and closer until you see the actual markers.

Use Bounding Boxes and 3D Elements

You also have the ability to select from multiple markers using bounding boxes, and you can unselect them, as well. And you have also the ability to select or use 3D elements as I'm showing here. You have the ability to see 3D elements that allow information visualization in a much richer way than its 2D counterpart.

This logged me out already, but I'm going to log in again so we can go right back to that really quick. I'm going to zoom in into the markers and then I'm going to just show a 3D. This uses WebGL technologies that allow for much better performance and provide a more immersive user experience.

Geospatial Data Visualization Demo

Watch a demo of geospatial data visualization for telecommunication companies and discover the capabilities of these visualizations.



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