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Date(s) - 27/05/2015
2:15 pm - 6:30 pm

ASB Cube North Wharf


The next New Zealand Analytics Forum event is on Wednesday 27th May. We have some great speakers covering the really exciting field of Data Visualisation.

The refreshments are kindly sponsored by Antuit.Antuit

And thank you to ASB for providing us with an amazing venue!

Presentation decks from this Auckland May ‘Data Visualisation’ event can be found here.

ASBAs always, the speakers will be followed by drinks and nibbles and the event is free of charge, but places are limited.

Please register your attendance below.




Arijit Sengupta, CEO, Antuit

Antuit enables their clients with a mix of on premise decision consulting, advanced analytics visualization and strategic build out of decision data platforms to harness all forms of relevant data – earned, owned and paid data in order to generate high impact business insights.


Danica Atkins, Head of Design, TRA

Danica is Head of Design at TRA. Working closely with analysts, her team designs bespoke pieces that bring to life insights for leading New Zealand companies such as ASB, Lotto, Mercury Energy, BP, IAG and VTNZ. In this session she will discuss how employing a design-led approach allows you to cut through the noise, and elevate the essential, to communicate not only visually, but effectively.


Ian Taylor, Animation Research Ltd
Animation Research Limited is one of Australasia’s leading Computer Graphics production houses, turning digital data into pictures.They have won numerous awards for their CG work in television, and they also develop 3D educational applications.


Laurent Lebreton, Data Scientist, DUMPARK

Laurent Lebreton is a geospatial analyst, modeller and data scientist at Dumpark. He co-founded the Wellington based agency specialising in data visualisation in 2012.

While walking in the capital’s street, Laurent once wondered if there could be a way to predict where the sun shines between the CBD’s high rises. He since created a method to predict the solar exposure in cities using data elevation models and the sun’s position in the sky. He will be presenting visualisations of sunlight and shade for Wellington, NZ and San Francisco, CA.


J’aime Laurenson and James Choi, EYEDENTIFY

Eyedentify is a startup that works with large enterprises across the retail, petrol, and banking industries to use technology to help reduce and prevent crime. We will talk about the journey Eyedentify is going on to make previously unavailable crime data useful (and visual!) for its customers, to better understand crime and criminal networks, and ultimately prevent crime.


Harkanwal Singh, Data Editor, The NZ Herald
Harkanwal uses data visualisation as part of storytelling in journalism. He’ll talk about data journalism – Telling stories with data is a recent development in journalism and data visualisation plays a key role in enabling journalists to break down complex topics, from election results for every polling booth, to an interactive map showing the birthplace for every All Black.


We look forward to seeing you there!

The New Zealand Analytics Forum Steering Committee



Note: When registering, please include your company name in the comment section to include it on your name badge.


This event is fully booked.