DCVMN- Dynamic demand forecasting for COVID-19 vaccines
Presented by Dr Matt Linley
to be held on January 25th 13:00-14:00 (CET), 2022, via Zoom
The COVID-19 pandemic has been challenging to predict with its many uncertainties and continuously emerging new variants and threats. As a result, it has proven difficult to forecast many different elements of the pandemic, and particularly how the COVID-19 vaccine market will develop. This becomes especially tricky when one considers all the different variables at play: multiple vaccines on the market, each with different efficacy and safety profiles; differing technologies, each with their own advantages and disadvantages; and then multiple countries that are purchasing these vaccines and rolling them out under independent strategies – with different age groups to consider, doses schedules, and booster schedules. At Airfinity, we are able to combine, track and measure these different variables over time as we aim to unravel their influence on the market. As such, with our real-time data analytics, we are able to develop dynamic market forecasts that continuously update and improve over time with each new data point. Here, we can show how we track, capture and structure thousands of daily data points, find the trends in that data using our expert knowledge, and then project forwards to give insights into a rapidly changing market.
The Webinar will be held on 25th of January, starting from 13:00 Central European Time (CET) for 45-50 mins and will include a presentation followed by a Q&A session.
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