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Technology drives Innovation and Innovation leads to increased 
Productivity: economic, social, and environmental productivity. As a 
technology, Data Analytics is a driver of innovation and is fundamental 
to increasing Productivity in today’s world. It is both a vertical and a 
horizontal, cutting across all sectors
of society.

We are seeing users move beyond traditional Business Intelligence 
techniques to Next Generation Analytics. Next Generation Analytics 
includes exploration and discovery and advanced analytics such as 
predictive and prescriptive analytics. It includes Visual Analytics, 
which allows the user to explore the data and resulting analysis 
visually often leading to a better understanding of the data. The 
Internet of Things requires the application of analytics to streaming 
data to enable real time or near real time decision-making. Next 
Generation Analytics will drive innovation by providing context to 
information and enable better and faster decision-making.

The theme for InfoVision 2018 is Next Generation Analytics: Data-Driven 
Innovation. The Conference will be a must for both academics and 
industry. The Conference invites papers that explore Next Generation 
Analytics and its impact on innovation and productivity: economic, 
social and environmental productivity. Papers are invited across a broad 
range of related areas, including but not limited to:
• Financial analytics
• Marketing analytics
• Visual analytics
• Smart Cities
• Health analytics
• Data analytics and productivity
• The Industrial Internet of Things
• Data governance
• Metrics to assess the impact of data analytics on decision making

Authors are invited to submit original and unpublished research papers 
for presentation, 12 pages maximum. Two page proposals for poster 
presentation describing early-stage research are also invited. All 
submissions will be refereed and accepted papers and poster proposals 
will be published in LNBIP – Lecture Notes in Business Information 

Important Dates:
• 8 October 2017 – one page paper abstract indicating intent to submit 
• October 25, 2017 – full paper submission (12 pages), poster submission 
(2 pages)
• November 29, 2017 – notification of acceptance
• December 15, 2017 - final camera ready copy
• February 19-21, 2018 - InfoVision 2018 conference

InfoVision 2018 will be the latest instance of the InfoVision series of 
conferences that started in 2005. The 2018 conference is hosted by the 
Centre of Excellence for Data Analytics and Business Insights (CEDABI), 
MYRA School of Business.

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