Mobile operators possess network statistics in large quantities, but are not always able to obtain the relevant information fast and in a suitable format to advance their business’s performance. Either the issue to be solved contains planning investments for new base stations or identification of problematic network junctions, one would always need to analyse the gathered data prior to any decision making, in order to make the best decision both for the business and customers.

The product of Demograft enables operators to better understand their big data, find errors in the initial data and fix most of them in order to avoid garbage-in-garbage-out situation, enable ad hoc searches from the collected data and return results of the search in a user friendly and easily understandable manner.

STACC helped Demograft team to develop a component performing the back-end computing and the two end user applications. First of them, Targeter, is a tool that enables to perform location-based analysis. The second tool, NCE, deals with investing into network and maintenance regarding the satisfaction of business needs. In addition, the data is available through API to the third parties’ analysers (e.g. Qlikview).

In 2014, the developed solution won the main prize in Global Mobile Awards in the category Best Solution for Growing Smaller or Independent Networks as the most outstanding solution.




Software scientists in STACC in cooperation with Microsoft/Skype have developed the methods to calculate the shortest path of giant graphs.


Based on the results of STACC research project, Plumbr developed a unique algorithm for JAVA applications to automatically detect performance problems.


STACC created an anonymisation tool that enables to anonymise various documents.


STACC created a flexible language technological solution that enables to conduct explorative analysis of the big data in Estonian language.