EDGE 2020 Goes Virtual
<p>As part of the Lockheed Martin-led team responsible for receiving, capturing and standardizing census data, Space-Time Research’s SuperSTAR software will be a key element in ensuring rigorous data quality management. To achieve efficient and cost effective data quality, Lockheed Martin’s real-time data capture accuracy methods will be complemented by SuperSTAR’s SuperCROSS application. SuperCROSS will enable processing of extremely large volumes of complex data, and post-data-capture detailed quality analysis. Its ColourVIEW feature will allow Lockheed Martin to quickly spot data anomalies, and then make timely corrections and improvements to related processes.</p>
<p>“Space-Time Research’s SuperSTAR out-of-the-box technology will ensure data quality throughout the census data collection process, and will provide the performance and functionality to process and analyze large volumes of complex data while easily spotting anomalies,” said Kerry Araujo, Global Vice President for Space-Time Research. “We are proud to be part of the DRIS team for the upcoming U.S. Census.”</p>
<p>About Space-Time Research Pty. Ltd.
Space-Time Research provides analytics and visualization solutions for organizations that deliver data and data services. SuperSTAR empowers them with the highest levels of transparency, accountability, and security. Users and customer communities, from highly technical to casual, can easily access, analyze, visualize, and publish information and make effective, informed decisions.</p>
<p>The high speed, self-service, and confidentiality capabilities of Space-Time Research’s applications support easy and secure access to extremely large amounts of valuable and confidential information. SuperSTAR addresses the demand for direct access to microdata and unit records with assured privacy protection and security.
Customers include the most advanced National Statistics Organizations such as the Australian Bureau of Statistics, U.S. Census Bureau, Swedish Census Bureau, Statistics Austria, and the South Africa Census Bureau.</p>
<p>For more information about Space-Time Research, please visit www.spacetimeresearch.com</p>