MI: An Information Support System for Decision Makers
Decision makers are key personnel working most of the time on critical duties. Information is the key to their success, and having the correct and up-to-date information is not an easy task; teamwork, where multiple parties have to work together is required. Though information is available everywhere in every action one may do during his/her daily life it has not yet been harvested as it should. Information in our approach is collected using a mobile device. Mobile devices are 90% of the time idle sitting in the pocket of its holder waiting for a call to take place or an SMS to be received. This 90% of the time is where this work focuses: monitoring GSM, Wi-Fi, GPS data and building a data warehouse. The data warehouse is the main source of information for decision makers, to succeed better in their daily tasks.
KeywordsDecision Maker Mobile Device Cell Information Cell Tower Mobile Company
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