Data Visualization has the ability to transform complex and raw data into clean and consumable information that translates into knowledge and finally enables the user to make intelligent decisions. However, in addition to addressing the 3V’s of data, visualization is now breaking grounds in impact design, by being an aid to socio-economic problem statements.
Over the years, we as consumers have seen the evolution of data visualization in movies like Ironman, Avengers, Mission Impossible, etc. In reality, it is not very far away from impacting you and me. This presentation is an impact design solution to act on a social cause – Participatory Surveillance. Participatory Surveillance is a concept where the citizens are considered as the eyes and ears of a city surveillance. They are encouraged to contribute by sharing captured information to assist Government Official or Defense Organization in analyzing and monitoring threats, to maintain social control and further crucial in crime investigation.
This talk will walk you through an intelligent system design that uses various connected themes and systems to pro-actively react to a potential social, man-made disaster.