This video demonstrates how to use visual analytics to monitor performance and profitability of a network of ATM machines. The system can monitor the number of transactions for each machine and identify machines that underperforming due to lack of supplies, paper, failed transactions, and/or funds. The dashboards also utilize real time data from the ATM network to help managers identify cases of potential fraud, including card cloning.
Panopticon enables FX traders and managers to analyze hit ratios and RFQs based on real time streaming data. They can also look back at historical data on a transaction-by-transaction basis to investigate whether a problem is a one-off or part of a trend.
In this demonstration, we analyze and monitor forex spot data in terms of prices, spreads, skews, and number of updates. The system utilizes real time streams of FX trading data and presents it on the screen using several advanced visualizations, including Treemaps, Heatmaps, and Scatter Plots, as well as time series data displays that support investigation into trends.
Forex traders use Panopticon to analyze movements of a range of currency pairs in real time – down to the microsecond level if necessary – to determine whether to buy or sell a currency pair at any given time. Traders can visualize a time series for blocks of time or examine current pricing and make useful comparisons based on real time streaming feeds.
Panopticon enables traders to monitor and analyze profit and loss data in a futures trading operation, including real time, intraday, and historic P&L. The system also allows users to play back through a history of trades in order to perform visual backtesting of trading algorithms and strategies.
Traders and managers can see real time data on FI RFQs and Hit Ratios to identify where problems lie quickly enough to take action during the trading day.
Panopticon makes it possible to identify outliers and anomalies very quickly in massive amounts of real-time and historical trading data. The tool is designed specifically for Capital Markets applications and major firms all over the world use it to improve profitability, manage risk, monitor trading activity, detect fraud, and perform other critical functions related to trading instruments of all types.
Panopticon enables traders to visualize their Order Books at full depth. While looking at Top of Book to see the spread across time is useful, traders can’t see what’s happening at depth unless they use much more sophisticated visualizations, as demonstrated in this video. Viewing full depth stats across a selected period makes it easy to understand what is actually happening with trades. Traders can group depth into multiple buckets (in this example, ten…
This video tutorial shows how real time-enabled visual analytics improve the efficiency and accuracy of monitoring trading activity in equity markets. Traders and managers can identify potential threats to profitability and take action immediately during the trading day, rather than wait for an end-of-day report.
Best execution under MiFID II is a holdover from its predecessor, MiFID I, but with two kickers. First, it’s much broader in scope, applying to all asset classes versus MiFID I’s equities-only focus. Second, and perhaps more onerously, it’s more forceful: investment firms have an obligation to take “all sufficient steps” to execute client orders to ensure the best possible outcome for their customers, compared with MiFID I’s mere “all reasonable steps”. Panopticon real-time visual…