November 14, 2019 - Webinar
Join us as we continue this webinar series specifically designed for the community by the community with the goal to share knowledge, spark innovation, and further build and link the relationships within our HPCC Systems community.
This episode features two of our HPCC Systems interns and their projects:
Huafu Hu - Georgia State University - Analyzing Telematics Data to Support the Connected Cars Industry
Huafu's HPCC Systems intern project involves analyzing Telematics Data using the processing power of HPCC Systems to find a solution that provides the Connected Car industry with an optimized infrastructure. Huafu Hu is a student at Georgia State University, studying a Masters in Computer Science.
Christopher Connelly - North Carolina State University - Cleaning and Analysis of Collegiate Soccer GPS Data in HPCC Systems
Chris has already been using HPCC Systems in his work on the Athlete 360 project, which is led by Dr Vincent Freeh, who is the Assistant Director of Undergraduate Programs & Associate Professor at NCSU. Chris's intern project leverages his knowledge of Python and SQL to build programs and a database that will support an athlete data monitoring platform for the Strength and Conditioning department. The plan is to collect GPS data with the help of the NCSU men's and women's teams which will be processed and analysed using HPCC Systems. Some examples of the data analysis he will perform include, typical movement patterns for certain drills or differences between positions, distances for typical efforts at different speeds and distance recorded in GPS data for a specific effort against a known distance. Chris is a data scientist in the Strength and Conditioning team at North Carolina State University.
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