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The Navy Big Data Story: From Netcentricity to Every Platform as a Sensor

One of the Navy’s first steps toward the information dominance idea was to start thinking of all of its ships, airplanes and other platforms as data-collecting sensors.

“So we’ve gone from netcentricity, to every platform as a sensor, to netting every sensor, and the point of all of it really is not just to have netcentricity but to enable good decisions based on the data that comes off of those sensors,” said Rear Adm. Jan Tighe.

A captivating story of freeing data from silos and attempting to gain insights from it in the new form.

Original title and link: The Navy Big Data Story: From Netcentricity to Every Platform as a Sensor (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://www.federalnewsradio.com/?nid=412&sid=2754767