The New York City Fire Department has partnered with IBM to…

January 15, 2009
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The New York City Fire Department has partnered with IBM to create a central databank for all building inspection and safety information in the wake of a fatal blaze at a ground zero skyscraper. (via FDNY and IBM creating central data warehouse for building inspections)

FDNY’s new Coordinate Building Inspection and Data Analysis System (CBIDAS) will use business intelligence technologies, including predictive modeling and advanced data analytics, to anticipate fire exposures, analyze possible impacts, and collect and disseminate data on building inspection, permits and violations.


The New York City Fire Department has partnered with IBM to create a central databank for all building inspection and safety information in the wake of a fatal blaze at a ground zero skyscraper. (via FDNY and IBM creating central data warehouse for building inspections)

FDNY’s new Coordinate Building Inspection and Data Analysis System (CBIDAS) will use business intelligence technologies, including predictive modeling and advanced data analytics, to anticipate fire exposures, analyze possible impacts, and collect and disseminate data on building inspection, permits and violations.

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