Kdb+ Use Case: Machine Learning Water System Maintenance Application

6 Dec 2017 | , , , ,

Kdb+ is being used much more widely in machine learning applications today. Its ability to quickly ingest and process data, particularly large, fragmented datasets, is one way that developers are adding kdb+ to their technology stack of artificial intelligence and machine learning tools. For Australian kdb+ developer Sherief Khorshid, who also develops machine learning systems, incorporating kdb+ into a predictive maintenance application gave him the edge in a hackathon win that landed him a cash prize and a contract with the Water Corporation of Western Australia.