top of page

Search Results

193 items found for ""

Blog Posts (98)

  • Revolutionising Solid Waste Management in India through Big Data

    Urban India is facing one of its biggest challenges in recent times with the issue of Solid Waste Management (SWM). With cities developing rapidly and population growth on the rise, the amount of garbage produced is also increasing. This results in a major risk to the environment and human health due to improper waste disposal. It's high time that waste management receives the attention it deserves to preserve the ecological balance and maintain a sustainable lifestyle. SWM is not just about trash collection, it's a comprehensive process that includes bin selection, control, and distribution, route planning, garbage sorting, monitoring vehicle loads, bin and dump filling levels, and more. A critical review of Municipal Solid Waste Management in India highlights the need for regular data collection and monitoring to create an effective SWM system. The use of technology and big data can revolutionise the way we manage solid waste. Take for example, solar-powered smart bins equipped with internet-connected sensors and trash compactors in cities like New York, Pittsburgh, and San Francisco. These smart bins have the ability to double their capacity through compaction and alert collection services when it's time to be emptied. This type of technology-driven monitoring can greatly improve the management of solid waste. Big data gathered from cleanliness-related surveys can aid in determining the best places for bins on the streets, optimising garbage collection routes and identifying the areas from which a particular type of waste originates. This information can be used by government officials for effective public service delivery and monitoring, as well as by recycling and reusing centres for easier processes. In India, accurate and timely information about areas that need immediate action or improvement can be provided through big data. This can help rectify and track half of the SWM problem, making it easier to maintain a clean and healthy environment. In conclusion, the integration of big data and technology in solid waste management can lead to more efficient and effective processes. It's time for India to embrace this change and revolutionise the way we manage our waste for a better future.

  • Why digital governance is important

    Digital governance is the ability of the government to allow access to various internet services without interference. The ability of the government to enable consumer driven services through consumer owned services. In Digital form, newer and better services will be made available now and then, and the regulator doesn’t have time to vet each and every service that is being rendered to the consumer. In order to protect basic consumer rights, a digital governance system is a must for developing governments. Digital governance refers to the management of digital technologies, processes, and data by organisations and governments in a responsible, ethical, and transparent manner. It involves the creation of policies and guidelines to ensure the safe, secure, and effective use of digital technologies and information, as well as the development of systems to enforce these policies and monitor compliance. The goal of digital governance is to promote digital literacy, protect individuals' rights and privacy, and support the development of a trustworthy and inclusive digital society. Digital Governance helps in many ways. 1. Ensuring data security and privacy: Digital governance policies and procedures ensure that sensitive information is properly protected and managed, reducing the risk of data breaches and identity theft. 2. Promoting ethical behaviour: Digital governance helps organisations and governments act responsibly and ethically with regards to the use of digital technologies and data. 3. Supporting accountability and transparency: Digital governance helps to promote accountability and transparency in the use of digital technologies, data, and processes, which helps to build trust in organisations and governments. 4. Encouraging digital literacy and innovation: By promoting best practices in the use of digital technologies and data, digital governance can help individuals and organisations become more digitally literate, which can support innovation and creativity. 5. Protecting individual rights: Digital governance helps to ensure that digital technologies and data are used in a way that respects individuals' rights, such as privacy, freedom of expression, and equality. Com Olho is IP based analytics startup based out of Gurugram. The company helps organisations and government avert risk from various kind of digital frauds and recently bagged digital governance patent to protect and enhance security of online digital assets.

  • Humans of Com Olho | Shweta Singh

    My name is Shweta Singh, and I am starting as a Founder Staff at Com Olho. My career started working in the development sector with various organisations, where I have worked closely on determinants and data driven decisions. But one thing I was always thinking about was how I could make my work more relevant and professionally grow too. With technology reaching new heights, "big data" is undoubtedly becoming a buzzword and will become a growing need for organisations in the coming years. High quality Data is the foundation for making effective policies and providing the best public service delivery; what’s worse, data is often scarce in the areas where it is most desperately needed. Com Olho proposes and works to implement data priorities for the holistic development of cities. I was also specifically looking for something related to data with development while transitioning to my new job. Well, when "there's a will, there's a way," I met our founder, Abhinav Bangia, and got to know more about Com Olho, project data for development. Com Olho is providing an independent space to work, explore, and experiment with data for development. I am beyond excited to begin my professional journey as a founding member of Com Olho. Connect with me : LinkedIn

View All

Other Pages (95)

  • Investors of Com Olho

    Financials FY1920 FY2021 FY2122

  • Become a Com Olho Partner | Parnters Program | Com Olho

    Help Center How can we help? Developers Documentation Read our developer's reference documentation Publishers List Manual on how to upload the publisher's list on social platforms. Blogs Read more about our solutions and offerings. Help Documents Com Olho's Help Center offers assistance and resources to help you achieve your goals. Get help storing and synchronising your database in real time, making data storage more convenient and accessible from any device: web or mobile. Experience behavioural analytics and break your data into data sets into related groups(cohorts) helping you to make more informed business decisions that will reduce churn and significantly increase revenue. The platform is based on patented technology for ad fraud detection, and transforms the data into second set of features for analysis and deterministic detection. Com Olho's Platform has the resources and expertise enterprises need, whether they're seeking for help with a single service or a long-term engagement. Get Support? Can't find what you need in our help documents ? Get in touch via email or schedule a demo with us. Email Support Schedule a Demo 2021-2022 COM OLHO

  • Qualitative Interviews | Com Olho

    At Ad Fraud Session 101, we bring together industry leaders to talk on topics like Advertising Fraud, Data Privacy and Future of Advertising. Qualitative Interviews Interview with Dr Augustine Fou We conducted a qualitative interview with Dr. Augustine Fou to discuss issues around data privacy, advertising fraud and discussed the future of digital advertising. ​ "First priority of doing Digital Marketing should be showing ads to real humans ", says Dr. Augustine Fou , during his interview with us. Watch Now Interview with Stephane Hamel We conducted a qualitative interview with Stephane Hamel to discuss issues around data privacy, advertising fraud and discussed the future of digital advertising. ​ Stephane Hamel , a seasoned independent consultant and distinguished thought leader, has been pushing for a concept called "No Consent, No Tracking ", during his interview with us, he said, "If you want to collect data, you need to ask your customers ." Watch Now Interview with Dr Roberto Cavazos We conducted a qualitative interview with Dr. Roberto Cavazos to discuss issues around advertising fraud, its impact on advertisers and consumers and discussed upon future of advertising. "The explosion of money, complexity, involvement of humans, & very few chances of getting caught for fraud are the main reasons why ad fraud is still at large in the advertising industry" , says Roberto Cavazos during his interview with us. Watch Now

View All
bottom of page