Big Data and analytics must be used and grounded in a way that reflects life at sea – and this means preparing for the unexpected, argues Huw Davies, Principal of Meteorology at StratumFive.
Huw has a very strong business and maritime background. Joining the Royal Navy from University, he served in a number of roles at sea and ashore in UK, US and Europe before joining the Senior Leadership Team at Rolls-Royce. He has also worked extensively with SMEs having founded and assisted technology start ups. He has Masters degrees in Business, Meteorology and Oceanography and International Affairs and is a technical author published by the Nautical Institute.
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