Predictive operational analytics part 1

In this four part series Jarlath Quinn demonstrates Smart Vision’s new Repeatable Application Template,  Predictive Operational Analytics. This Application Template combines market leading predictive analytical software, ready to use application templates and a fully supported professional services package to ensure rapid and effective implementation and deployment. Using IBM’s flagship data science tool, SPSS Modeler, Jarlath works through a case study example where a telecoms maintenance company applied the template in order to: 1) Apply sophisticated text mining to error messages and engineer logs 2) Develop a predictive model that identified whether or not a maintenance task would result is an […]

Predictive operational analytics part 2 – SPSS Modeler demo

In part two of our predictive operational analytics video series, Jarlath Quinn introduces the IBM SPSS Modeler Software before showing how to explore the example data from the case study and carry out text analytics of engineer logs to categorise the information and create key fields for further analysis. Watch part three of this series.

Predictive operational analytics part 3 – predictive part replacement

In part 3 of this predictive operational analytics guide Jarlath uses the results from the previous analysis stage to show how to build and assess a predictive model that identifies whether or not a part replacement will be required during a maintenance visit. We also see how to apply the model to new data so that predictions can be generated before the engineer is dispatched. Watch part four of this series.

Predictive operational analytics part 4 – predicting task outcomes

In this final part of our predictive operational analytics video series Jarlath shows how we can use the predictive technology to go further by predicting the actual outcome of the visit including which part is likely to require replacement. In the final example we see how to build a model that predicts whether or not a site will require another unscheduled visit within 20 days.