Harmonic has joined the GE Digital Alliance program. Through this partnership we will combine Harmonic’s data science expertise with GE’s vast knowledge of industry to deliver advanced analytics solutions.
Congratulations to Dr Murray Milner, Chairman of Harmonic Analytics, who recently received the IPENZ top honour and is now a 'Distinguished Fellow'. Fellowship allows the engineering profession to recognise its leaders.
Interested in R for data analysis? Join us for the first 2017 Auckland R Users Group meeting on Thursday 16 March. As experts in R, Harmonic is proud to sponsor these events.
Harmonic Analytics is providing advanced analytics services to several government agencies. Harmonic data scientists are using the Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI) for approved research projects – that are in the public interest.
Harmonic is proud to sponsor the prize for 'best student presentation' at the joint 2016 NZSA and ORSNZ Conference, in Auckland this year. The NZSA (New Zealand Statistical Association) encourages presentations from students at its annual conferences, and as an enticement, prizes are awarded for Best Student Presentation.
We are looking for data scientists to join our team in Wellington and Auckland.
Join us at the next Auckland R Users Group (AKRUG) meeting on 18 August 2016. As experts in R and analytics, Harmonic is a proud sponsor. Dr. Lisa Chen, our Chief Analytics Officer, is a co-organiser of these events.
Media Release 10/8/16. Data quality is the key foundation for evidence based decision making. Dr. Lisa Chen, Chief Analytics Officer of Harmonic Analytics recently presented on the topic of data quality at the GE Asia Pacific Software Summit. “Poor quality data is a serious risk facing the energy sector. We...
Dr Lisa Chen will present ‘Data Quality and Analytics Initiatives - a journey towards better asset management’ at the GE Asia Pacific Summit, on 28 July 2016.
Dr Lisa Chen, presented 'Data Science in Action' to science (statistics) students at the University of Auckland. Students were particularly interested in the introduction to a data science company, why do clients seek data science solutions and what makes a good data scientist in the real world?
Dr Andrew Ensor will talk about the SKA - Square Kilometre Array project, at the next Auckland R Users Group Meeting. Although this topic is not about R, it’s truly inspiring in terms of big data.
The New Zealand Analytics Forum is a community of professionals who apply analytics to solve business problems.
Congratulations to Ethan Li who recently completed his Masters of Statistics, while contributing to key client projects at Harmonic.
We wish you a prosperous and insightful Chinese New Year of the Monkey.
We welcome two new members to our data science team. Rebecca Zhang joined Harmonic as part of a 10 week Callaghan Innovation programme and Sam Caldwell as a data scientist in November 2015.
Join us at the next Wellington R Users Group meeting (WRUG) on Thursday 15 October, 5.30 - 7.pm.
Harmonic is proud to support the New Zealand Statistical Association (NZSA) Annual Conference for our third year. Harmonic sponsors prizes for best student presentations at the 2015 Conference - held 24 to 26 November 2015.
If you’ve ever found that it’s hard to keep on top of all the different tools you can apply to an analytics problem, this session will help! In the session build a map of analytics techniques and how they fit together. Participants leave with an idea of what techniques work...
Join the next Auckland R Users Group meeting on 9 September at the University of Auckland. As advocates for R, Harmonic is proud to sponsor these events.
"Bill English cites some clever work done by Hayden Read - Manager Strategic Asset Planning at Wellington City Council." Harmonic Analytics has been involved in this programme of work looking at '3 waters' and transport assets.
Interested in R for data analytics? View the latest presentation 'All that is Shiny' from the Wellington R User Group.
We are fortunate to have a talented data science team. Meet our senior team members who have contributed significantly to Harmonic - Shirley Wu, Dr Lisa Chen, and Dr Kristy Su. They demonstrate exceptional focus, teamwork and leadership. Recent promotions in their job titles reflect their professional achievements and personal strengths.
The data visualisation presentations from the popular Analytics Forum May event are available online.
NBR Special Feature: Grasping the Power of ICT - Print Edition
We wish you and your families a prosperous and harmonious Chinese New Year of the Sheep. Chinese New Year is celebrated by a number of our staff at Harmonic Analytics in New Zealand, and we are pleased to celebrate this tradition.
Harmonic's client, Wellington City Council has been recognised by the Auditor General as a 'shining example' of good asset management practice. Read the Auditor General case study.
Harmonic has developed an Alarm Analytics Log tool for a national electricity supplier. The purpose is to measure and analyse alarm log data – to show a clearer view of network health. The insights from the analysis are valuable for long term data management and proactive planning. For example seasonal/weekly...
International Statistical Literacy Poster (ISLP) competition 2014-2015 for students - from research to a story. Entries open now.
Data Scientist, James Waugh was recently awarded the ‘Young Practitioner Prize’, by the Operations Research Society of New Zealand (ORSNZ), at the 2014 Joint NZSA & ORSNZ annual conference.
Introducing our newest team members! These talented data scientists with interesting backgrounds join our experienced team in Wellington and Auckland. Please contact Phil Shepherd to learn more about our data science capability.