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STRIATA Overview

STRIATA Overview

May 2022

Supply chain is the greatest opportunity for almost any organization.

Optimizing supply and demand networks means more people can access what they need and what they want. Less waste and a lower carbon footprint. Supply chains that learn improve top and bottom line results. STRIATA is the enterprise product that transforms the supply chain - from people, products, and places - into an intelligent network.

COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence

COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence

April 2022

With support from Vaccine Confidence Fund, Macro-Eyes is building and testing a novel machine learning system to predict local vaccine hesitancy among diverse communities in South Africa. The project brief outlines the program overview, objectives and methodology guiding our work.

STRIATA-BEHAVIOR

STRIATA-BEHAVIOR

March 2022

STRIATA BEHAVIOR enables users to predict human behavior in a specific context, seeing patterns by group as well as by individual. It categorizes human and system dynamics into patterns of adherence, demand, traffic flow, stressors and vulnerabilities. This organizes behaviors into phenotypes that drive predictive models and enable organizations to adjust system behavior for optimal compliance.

STRIATA for Supply Planning

STRIATA for Supply Planning

February 2022

Macro-Eyes core technology - STRIATA- is a sector-agnostic supply chain optimization product that has been tested and proven in healthcare supply chains in some of the most challenging environments in the world. STRIATA learns from satellite imagery, demographics, and public data, applying state-of-the-art machine learning to shift the line of sight and reorient supply chains to respond to what comes next, rather than what already occurred.

Demand Chain

Demand Chain

September 2020

For doctors and nurses and health workers of all kinds, care is about the individual; administrators and government departments concerned with cost advocate for systems that are simpler to manage - with less variation across populations (and limited personalization). The radical potential of AI is that health systems no longer need to choose between personalization and scale.