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What We Do

We design systems to aggregate visualize humanitarian field data in a totally new way. We bring your dormant information back to action.

HELP US ON OUR SURVEY

We are surveying the community running a customer survey experiment to build the most needed platform in data integration, would you join us?

ENGAGING WITH UNSTRUCTURED DATA

Check our latest project in Information Extraction with IFRC Appeals information. And don't forget to leave us your feedback!

BIG DATA ARCHITECTURE

We are working on simple ways to integrate datasets in a variety of formats to bring them back to life. We are testing and developing new approaches to data analytics in the humanitarian sector. Normalization schemes and conversion algorithms to blend your data into a common format.

CLASSIFICATION & RECOMMENDATION

We are labeling individual entries based on common topics. This system helps us group related datasets and provide recommendations to analysts, in order to simultaneously display connected information.

VISUALIZATION

VI3W is our 3D visualization tool that allows the user to request datasets and display them onto a Google Earth-like environment. Zooming, orbiting and overlaying the data creates a richer and more informative user experience.

Why Us?

Why Us?

Collecting and analyzing humanitarian data can be a challenge. The wide variety of sources, range of data formats, and amount of information can simply be overwhelming for individual humanitarian workers.

We propose a universal way of integrating various types of data. Incoming information is organized and analyzed automatically, while a powerful visualization engine creates detailed 3D maps of disaster areas. These can further be overlaid with other desired information – e.g. logs of human rights violations, status and feedback of humanitarian actions taken, etc. Such visualizations can be accessed in real-time, in order to help allocate resources to those regions that need them the most.

Datasauri Team

Our team is creative, international and diverse. Meet our group of physicists, developers and software engineers.
Michela Paganini
Michela Paganini
Daniel Foguelman
Xavier Vollenweider
Xavier Vollenweider
Negar Fazeli
Negar Fazeli
Lautaro Dolberg
Lautaro Dolberg

OUR STORY

We met in 2015 during THE Port hackathon, united by a wish to help people facing disasters, crisis situations, and other hardships. We found ourselves in a diverse team from all over the world composed of professionals with backgrounds in physics, software engineering, data science, and others. We had team members from the academia, from CERN, and many other companies such as Ericsson, and we were united by a wish to make the first steps towards addressing our hackathon topic, which was to use humanitarian field data for rapid decision making. We started with an idea, and after three sleepless days of brainstorming, coding, and drinking a lot of coffee, we were a team with a solution!

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