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Real-time data collection and Spark Streaming Aggregation

In this big data project, we will embark on real-time data collection and aggregation from a simulated real-time system using Spark Streaming.

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What will you learn

  • Spark Streaming using scala
  • Stateful transformation of streams
  • HBase and Spark Integration using the spark HBase connector
  • Decoupling the real-time data pipeline with a message broker
  • Display of information on a dashboard

What will you get

  • Access to recording of the complete project
  • Access to all material related to project like data files, solution files etc.


  • It is expected that students have a fair knowledge of Big Data and hadoop

Project Description

In this spark project, we will embark on real-time data collection and aggregation from a simulated real-time system.

The dataset for the project which will simulate our sensor data delivery is from Microsoft Research Asia GeoLife project. According to the paper, the dataset recoded a broad range of users’ outdoor movements, including not only life routines like go home and go to work but also some entertainments and sports activities, such as shopping, sightseeing, dining, hiking, and cycling. This trajectory dataset can be used in many research fields, such as mobility pattern mining, user activity recognition, location-based social networks, location privacy, and location recommendation.

As a part of this big data project, we will use the data to provide real time aggregates of the movements along a number of dimension like effective distance, duration, trajectories and more. All streamed data will be stored in the NoSQL database - HBase.



Big Data & Enterprise Software Engineer

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