DLT-DataRobot Team to Offer Big Data & Analytics Platform to Govt Customers

DLT Solutions and DataRobot have partnered to offer a big data, analytics and data science platform to government agencies.

DLT said Monday its AnalyticsStack platform will work to help agencies architect, acquire and deploy enterprise analytics tools such as big data infrastructure, advanced analytics and data science systems.

“To answer new questions of extremely large and complex datasets, agency data scientists’ time is spent mostly on manual data preparation then selection, creation and execution of machine learning algorithms to create high-probability data prediction models,” said David Rubal, DLT chief technologist for data and analytics.

Rubal added he believes the automation of data analytics processes can help agencies “make more informed decisions, predictions and forecasts.”

DataRobot contributes to DLT AnalyticsStack’s machine learning automation and predictive analytics functions by creating predictive models that help agencies use structured and unstructured data to predict performance, boost situational awareness and simulate possible mission outcomes.

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