The implementation of robust processes for data organisation and management is a task often overlooked within engineering applications, but which can unlock productivity gains from several different sources:

Having a single source of data allows groups to ensure they are working under the same assumptions, with databases allowing reliable multiple user connections and control of data consistency.

With history, logs and related data sets you can trace from the data you are using right back to its source or ancillary datasets. Example: finding the physical test data associated with the reference simulation.

When your data is consistent and has logical storage you can start to automate some of the tasks that do not directly add value to your business. This can be data processing, running simulations, even report writing.

Storing data in separate local instances can create inconsistencies within local datasets, which in turn can lead to incorrect reporting or analysis. Implementing automation can also reduce the likelihood of user errors.

With structured data you can start to plan your technology roadmap with confidence that you have a solid base. Different business areas can analyse the same data by developing tools built off the database to their requirements. Organising your data is also the first step towards machine learning to take your business to the next level.

Data-Driven Engineering
Robustly storing your data with consistent labelling enables the development of a wide range of data-driven activities to enhance your engineering processes. These activities range from statistical analysis of your project results, anomaly detection, convergence checks to uncertainty quantification and AI-based methods.

Overall, structuring data in a database increases the efficiency of your business, with faster access, fewer errors and less wasted time. Sabe has worked with multiple companies implemented processes for data management to extract the above mentioned benefits, get in touch to discuss your needs

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