Application of cloud computing and big data analytics in public health systems would help prevent spread and occurrences of diseases and also reduce morbidity rate, a top official of ANZ said today.
After inaugurating EMC Centre in Sri Krishna College of Technology here, Krishnakant, Head of ANZ, said use of data analytics in the health field would easily identify occurrence of diseases and also clearly portray the health deterioration in the body.
If identified early, medical professionals can prevent diseases and can control the death rate, he said and suggested that public health systems in each country use the application for the benefit of society.
Stating that data analytics is now able to discover the criminal behaviour in people and mention the places where crimes may happen, he said crime rates can be minimized if applied in the police force.
He said London police has followed these techniques and predicted where and when crimes happen, as a result of which crime rates were drastically reduced there.
By using big data analytics, one can predict crimes, control and reduce the number of crimes, he claimed and said new revolutions in the computer field discover many Apps by using cloud computing and big data analytics, which may forecast people’s mood and behaviour.
Online retailers are now using the same model and observe the buying behaviour of customers.
Developed countries now use these big data analytics and identify availability of oil and petroleum, coal in mines, expanding business opportunities in the insurance sectors and financial institutions, predicts the nature of the vehicle and accident rates, Krishnakant said.