One of the earliest applications of real-time analytics was in manufacturing plants to monitor the performance and health of their systems in real-time. Data like temperature, weight, and volume were monitored by sensors embedded at strategic points in a manufacturing system. These sensors would update monitoring dashboards in real-time, giving visibility and control over the performance, and output. Not just in systems, but RFID technology and surveillance cameras drastically increased the applications of real-time analytics in security, and human resource allocation in these manufacturing plants. It would be only a matter of time till this kind of recording of real world information was made possible outside the manufacturing, and industrial sectors.

This the second part of the FusionCharts XT with PHP series. We will create interactive JavaScript charts using data from a MySQL database with FusionCharts XT. We will make use of the PHP library that is bundled with the FusionCharts Suite. To recap from the first article in this series, FusionCharts XT is essentially a… Read the rest of this entry »

We have always wanted to showcase innovative uses of FusionCharts. Firstly, to get you all excited about our product (and increase our sales) and secondly, to inspire you to explore the power of FusionCharts (and to increase our sales). We started off with the new Case Studies section on the website for this purpose, and… Read the rest of this entry »

If you are like most people, you would not mind making some money out of your website through advertisements. Sadly, one of the most neglected pages on a majority of the websites is the 'Advertise' page. It is usually a last minute addition with a mail ID thrown in somewhere. The truth is, a good… Read the rest of this entry »