Ecosystem participants applied scenario 2

A nation with a high earthquake risk wants to ensure it is prepared in the case of a natural disaster. Mobile network data can show population movement patterns before and after previous disasters, to better map evacuation routes. The government can work with a mobile operator to identify the correct aggregated data sets, while the operator and its partners can combine their data with other information, such as weather, traffic and flood data, to help develop an early warning system before and during natural disasters. This can support more efficient allocation of emergency service resources, and more timely provision of humanitarian aid during a crisis.

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The need…

Demand-side

Demand-side

Demand-side agencies (DSAs) are institutions and organisations that use insights from the analysis of mobile big data for their activities. They may include research institutions, social impact organisations, data analytics providers, government departments and agencies, development agencies, and NGOs, which use data to plan interventions, programmes, policies and strategies. As they have a specialised knowledge of the challenges they are trying to address, DSAs play an important role in articulating the problem statement to enable the identification of the relevant indicators and solutions to address it. Note, demand-side agencies can also be third-party data providers, thereby also positioning them as supply-side agencies in the BD4SG ecosystem.

Define problem statement

Clear demand-side needs identified

From data… to actionable insight

Supply-side

Supply-side

Supply-side agencies (SSAs) include institutions and organisations like Mobile Operators and third party data providers/aggregators. They are able to process, analyse and package mobile big data for the benefit of Demand-side agencies. When informed by a clearly articulated demand-side need, SSAs can impart their unique knowledge of their datasets to transform the raw data into actionable insights.

Processing

Generate, collect, validate, anonymise, aggregate & store

Analytics

Process and analyse data to generate insights

Packaging

Delivery of the outputs e.g. Decision support tools, Report, App or Visualisation

From insight… to impact

Demand-side

Demand-side

Demand-side agencies (DSAs) are institutions and organisations that use insights from the analysis of mobile big data for their activities. They may include research institutions, social impact organisations, data analytics providers, government departments and agencies, development agencies, and NGOs, which use data to plan interventions, programmes, policies and strategies. As they have a specialised knowledge of the challenges they are trying to address, DSAs play an important role in articulating the problem statement to enable the identification of the relevant indicators and solutions to address it. Note, demand-side agencies can also be third-party data providers, thereby also positioning them as supply-side agencies in the BD4SG ecosystem.

Apply/integrate/implement

Incorporate into existing ways of working including people, process & partnerships

Key

  • Functions of parties
  • Linked activity

The need…

Demand-side

Demand-side

Demand-side agencies (DSAs) are institutions and organisations that use insights from the analysis of mobile big data for their activities. They may include research institutions, social impact organisations, data analytics providers, government departments and agencies, development agencies, and NGOs, which use data to plan interventions, programmes, policies and strategies. As they have a specialised knowledge of the challenges they are trying to address, DSAs play an important role in articulating the problem statement to enable the identification of the relevant indicators and solutions to address it. Note, demand-side agencies can also be third-party data providers, thereby also positioning them as supply-side agencies in the BD4SG ecosystem.

Define problem statement

Clear demand-side needs identified

From data… to actionable insight

Supply-side

Supply-side

Supply-side agencies (SSAs) include institutions and organisations like Mobile Operators and third party data providers/aggregators. They are able to process, analyse and package mobile big data for the benefit of Demand-side agencies. When informed by a clearly articulated demand-side need, SSAs can impart their unique knowledge of their datasets to transform the raw data into actionable insights.

Processing

Generate, collect, validate, anonymise, aggregate & store

Analytics

Process and analyse data to generate insights

Packaging

Delivery of the outputs e.g. Decision support tools, Report, App or Visualisation

From insight… to impact

Demand-side

Demand-side

Demand-side agencies (DSAs) are institutions and organisations that use insights from the analysis of mobile big data for their activities. They may include research institutions, social impact organisations, data analytics providers, government departments and agencies, development agencies, and NGOs, which use data to plan interventions, programmes, policies and strategies. As they have a specialised knowledge of the challenges they are trying to address, DSAs play an important role in articulating the problem statement to enable the identification of the relevant indicators and solutions to address it. Note, demand-side agencies can also be third-party data providers, thereby also positioning them as supply-side agencies in the BD4SG ecosystem.

Apply/integrate/implement

Incorporate into existing ways of working including people, process & partnerships

Key

  • Functions of parties
  • Linked activity

Improving response and resource allocation post earthquake

The need…

Demand-side

Demand-side

Demand-side agencies (DSAs) are institutions and organisations that use insights from the analysis of mobile big data for their activities. They may include research institutions, social impact organisations, data analytics providers, government departments and agencies, development agencies, and NGOs, which use data to plan interventions, programmes, policies and strategies. As they have a specialised knowledge of the challenges they are trying to address, DSAs play an important role in articulating the problem statement to enable the identification of the relevant indicators and solutions to address it. Note, demand-side agencies can also be third-party data providers, thereby also positioning them as supply-side agencies in the BD4SG ecosystem.

Define problem statement

Clear demand-side needs identified

From data… to actionable insight

Supply-side

Supply-side

Supply-side agencies (SSAs) include institutions and organisations like Mobile Operators and third party data providers/aggregators. They are able to process, analyse and package mobile big data for the benefit of Demand-side agencies. When informed by a clearly articulated demand-side need, SSAs can impart their unique knowledge of their datasets to transform the raw data into actionable insights.

Processing

Generate, collect, validate, anonymise, aggregate & store

Analytics

Process and analyse data to generate insights

Packaging

Delivery of the outputs e.g. Decision support tools, Report, App or Visualisation

From insight… to impact

Demand-side

Demand-side

Demand-side agencies (DSAs) are institutions and organisations that use insights from the analysis of mobile big data for their activities. They may include research institutions, social impact organisations, data analytics providers, government departments and agencies, development agencies, and NGOs, which use data to plan interventions, programmes, policies and strategies. As they have a specialised knowledge of the challenges they are trying to address, DSAs play an important role in articulating the problem statement to enable the identification of the relevant indicators and solutions to address it. Note, demand-side agencies can also be third-party data providers, thereby also positioning them as supply-side agencies in the BD4SG ecosystem.

Apply/integrate/implement

Incorporate into existing ways of working including people, process & partnerships

Key

  • Functions of parties
  • Linked activity