Quadrant Launches The Asia Pacific Data Alliance
Quadrant announced the Asia Pacific Data Alliance (APDA), a program that helps leading corporations, governments and researchers who are working to build solutions for the Asia Pacific region that help organizations understand the effects, mitigate the risks and optimize their solutions during a pandemic like COVID-19. In response to the current pandemic, Quadrant will be making its’ Asia Pacific mobile location datasets available at no cost.
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To date, the APDA has engaged with over 50 leading companies, governments bodies, and researchers, all working on a diverse set of projects. Interesting uses of Quadrant’s mobile location data include, a) governments and health authorities using the data to conduct cluster analysis for contact tracing and identification of future high-risk areas, b) conducting impact assessments on companies, industries and economic sectors for better strategic decision-making, and c) understanding consumers’ interests by studying movements before the pandemic to drive e-commerce platforms through targeted marketing and advertising.
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“We are all in this together! Location data has been at the forefront of research during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Asia Pacific Data Alliance helps companies to derive quick statistics and numbers to build solutions,” says Mike Davie, CEO of Quadrant Global Pte Ltd. “Unlike the Spanish flu pandemic or even SARS, we are generating masses of data that we can pump into AI algorithms that could help forestall or even prevent another pandemic of this kind”.
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