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Gotta graph’em all: Pokémon and graph databases

Inspired by the Pokémon Go hype that’s been around these days, at Sparsity felt like sharing with you an application of graph technologies to catch’em all. We will show you how to use a graph database like Sparksee in conjunction … Continue reading

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Sparsity presenting CIGO! at Mobile World Congress 2016

Sparsity will be at this next Mobile World Congress edition that takes place in Barcelona from the 22nd to the 25th of February. We will have a stand in the Catalonia area (Hall Congress Square CS50) presenting our new Smart Mobility platform: … Continue reading

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Recap of the year and future outlook for 2016

Now that 2015 is coming to an end, it’s a good time to look back and go over what has happened in Sparsity over the year. It has been a season of new projects and challenges, but also a year to … Continue reading

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Help Sparsity win the first EC Innovation Radar prize

To put the spotlight on some of the brightest new ideas in European technology, the European Commission is awarding innovators agents for the first time with the Innovation Radar prize. The award recognises the most promising innovators emerging from EU … Continue reading

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Sparsity involved in SOMATCH EU project: bringing BI to SMEs of the fashion industry

We are glad to announce that Sparsity will take part of the SOMATCH EU project under the Horizon 2020 programme. The main objective of the project is the improvement of the competitiveness of European SMEs dedicated to fashion design and Textile … Continue reading

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Sparsity is the SME with the highest innovation capacity in Europe according to the European Commission

Sparsity Technologies is the SME with the highest innovation capacity in Europe according to European Commission’s first Innovation Radar (IR) Report published last week by the Joint Research Centre. The IR report is a support initiative that focuses on the identification … Continue reading

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Microblogging queries on graph databases

In the last edition of the GRADES Workshop co-located with SIGMOD/PODS Conference, a group of researchers from the RMIT University (Australia) presented the paper “Microblogging Queries on Graph Databases: An Introspection”. In this paper the authors shared their experience on executing … Continue reading

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Graph database use case: Insurance fraud detection

According to a fact sheet released by the Southwest Insurance Information Service (SIIS), Approximately 10% of all insurance claims are fraudulent, and nearly $80 billion in fraudulent claims are spent annually in the U.S., estimates the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud. … Continue reading

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Graph database use case: business intelligence applications of Indoor Positioning Systems

Since the Real Time Locating Systems (RTLS) entered the market back in the 1990s, there has been several attempts to create a reliable secure system to locate objects & people nearby in indoor environments. That is not surprising given that … Continue reading

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Graph Database Use Case: Fraud detection

Fraud and financial crimes are a form of theft or larceny that occur when a person or entity takes money or property for their own use, or uses them in an illicit manner for their personal benefit. These crimes typically … Continue reading

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