Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices, sensors, and wearables allow you to trigger data collection that can be contextualized by location, time, and other factors.
Many researchers are creating datasets by collecting data through such methods as surveys, sensors, and simulations.
The technologies required to capture and track these data are often cutting-edge and require access to equipment, including Internet-of-Things (IOT) devices, mobile devices, 3D scanners, or high-performance computers. OARC’s consulting teams are experienced with a wide array of data generation methodologies.
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Apps associated with a research study can help you gather passive sensor data (e.g., GPS or time stamps.) or actively captured data such as self-reported input or observations from the field (e.g., images or video).
Make predictions about real-world systems using mathematical models.
Gather three-dimensional data about objects or extract of three-dimensional measurements from two-dimensional photographs.