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Yodit Stanton

Yodit Stanton
Yodit has designed and built large scale data systems for various sectors and has played a key role in leading development teams to run critical trading and machine learning infrastructure for FTSE500 companies such as, Deutsche Bank, Man Investments, Nomura and Lehman Brothers. With over two decades of experience as a Data and Machine Learning Engineer, Yodit specialises in predictive modeling for real time systems, social network analysis and middleware development.

Recent Posts

What managing occupancy sensor deployments involve

Posted by Yodit Stanton

Reading time: 10 minutes

We interview Kevin Mugadza, Senior Project Manager at OpenSensors for a full insight on the scope of work required to deploy and maintain sensors across multiple sites. Kevin has a decade of experience managing logistics and risks to provide on-time delivery of a fully operational sensor network.

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Content topics: Enabling smart buildings, Workplace technology

10 reasons why your IoT project will fail

Posted by Yodit Stanton

Reading time: 4 minutes

IoT will transform how teams operate by making their environments more responsive by using their physical infrastructure more efficiently. In the recent renown ThinkMonk 2017, we present 10 reasons why IoT projects may fail. 

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Content topics: Facilities and Workplace trends, Enabling smart buildings

How meeting The WELL building standard can improve employee well being

Posted by Yodit Stanton

Reading time: 3 minutes 

British employees will tell you how hard they work and they are right. These days we are spending more time in the office than any other EU country except Austria and Germany.  How can the time spent indoors be made more comfortable and agreeable? It’s hard to isolate one sole influence that affects productivity when in fact there are many to consider. Studies have shown that despite an average working day of 8 hours you're probably only productive for around 3 of those.

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Content topics: Facilities and Workplace trends, Enabling smart buildings