Carl Data Solutions Inc (CNSX:CRL) a developer of BDaaS-based solutions for business intelligence, Industrial Internet-of-Things and data integration applications, recently established data science center in Poland. It marks an ideal site to continue growing company’s team of leading developers and data scientists.
Piotr Stepinski, the CTO of Carl Data, is a senior software engineer with Big Data application experience of more than a decade. His product development experience enables him to head projects with an explorative and agile development process that motivates innovation. The company’s data science team has extensive experience applying machine learning and software development to different industries, including health care, finance and utilities.
Stepinski and Microsoft co-published a case study on Carl’s advanced machine learning targeting sensor anomaly detection. The algorithms utilized will be key to offering time-saving features and solutions as IIoT networks expands to contain data points from sensors that can lead to data quality concerns.
Stepinski stated that his objective for 2017 is to continue establishing a team of brilliant data scientists and developers who can apply machine learning so it achieves its fullest potential. As per Forbes magazine, Poland can become a prime European tech hub in the coming period. A favorable environment for Internet-of-Things start-ups and a new Google Site in Warsaw, indicates there are numerous young, brilliant tech developers and students available to lead change using disruptive technologies.
Greg Johnston, the Chief Executive Office of Carl, reported that though they focus is on North American markets, the company’s technology has immense international potential as infrastructure upgrades are required across the globe to operate industry and cities more efficiently. Poland is key to many growing markets in Europe, while also offering a big pool of tech talent. The management is extremely delighted to have a stable presence in Europe, giving way for new avenues of growth.