Randbee is a consultancy company with expert knowledge on data and statistical analysis, web visualisation tools, modelling, e-learning and capacity development. Randbee’s multidisciplinary team of researchers, its developers, designers and data scientists develop solutions for sustainable development.
Here are the Randbee talents working at The Living Room Coworking:
After finishing her career in environmental engineering, Gloria discovered the world of programming or, as she usually calls it, “the world of wonders”. It is a world where everyone shares what they know and above all what they do not know: so you can never be discouraged when you are writing your code. Surely someone will be willing to help you. Gloria loves Python: it is a coding language that has many resources and flexibility and she can use it in several projects because she can combine it with other languages such as SQL or R for data analysis.
Juan is an entrepreneur working in the field of Earth observation and GIS. He enjoys developing products and solutions to solve real world problems. Juan is a good storyteller, who uses open data and open source software for informing decision makers and citizens alike. Juan has more than 14 years of experience working for the private sector, NGOs and the public sector ranging from a regional government to the European Commission and the United Nations. By the way, Juan loves marine turtles and he volunteers every time he can!
Beatriz is a researcher and consultant working in Environmental Sciences. She holds a PhD in Biology and, recently, MS in Big Data and Data Science, combining two of her main passions: animals and rummaging around in data to find any pattern of interest. She has thorough experience in data analysis and modelling focused on the conflicts emerging between human activities and nature. She has studied the impacts of landscape fragmentation, climate change and different infrastructures (such as roads, wind farms and powerlines) on a variety of wildlife species, from steppe-land birds, raptors and migrating birds, to brown bears and geckos.