Swim, the developer of the industry’s first open core platform for continuous intelligence at scale, today announced Swim Continuum 4.0, the newest release of its flagship product. Providing enterprises with a live window into the current state of their business by concurrently processing and analyzing streaming and contextual data, Swim Continuum 4.0 offers a comprehensive view of all aspects of operating and managing continuous intelligence applications at scale through a single pane of glass experience.
In this special guest feature, Dr. Anirudh Ruhil, Leadership and Public Affairs Director and Professor in the online Master of Public Administration program at Ohio University, discusses how data can be better utilized for public safety, and how it might be used to combat police brutality. Certainly, eradicating police brutality will require a long-term, comprehensive approach in which education, awareness, and training must all play central roles. But in the meantime early intervention systems that incorporate body cam footage, with third party monitoring, can go a long way towards reducing incidents of police misconduct.