The Big Data Value PPP had a very active participation in the IoTWeek 2018, that took place in Bilbao from 4th to 7th of June.
On June 19th 2018 the 9th Parnership Board of the Big Data Value PPP took place in Brussels bringing together the European Commission and BDVA to review status and progress of the PPP implementation. The BDV PPP Partnership Board meeting also covered important strategic aspects of the PPP such as the recently launched European Data Package, Horizon Europe and Digital Europe programmes, Artificial Intelligence, EuroHPC and the Digital Innovation Hubs for Big Data. Special attention was given to the collaborations that BDVA and the BDV PPP are developing with other PPPs and European partnerships such as euRobotics, EIT Digital, ECSO, ETP4HPC, AITOI and EFFRA.
The European Commission announced last June 14th the list of appointed experts for the High Level Group in AI. The Big Data Value Association (BDVA) is represented in the HLEG on AI by Nozha Boujemaa.
The European Commission launched last June 14th the Artificial Intelligence Alliance, a forum to engage all relevant stakeholders in a broad and open discussion of all aspects of Artificial Intelligence development and its impacts.
The first Big Data Value Meetup, a 3 days event organized in Sofia (Bulgaria) in May 2018 by the Big Data Value Association, BDVe project and Mozaika, gathered the European Big Data community to discuss and exchange thoughts, ideas and insights about the present and the future of the data driven economy.
The short papers (2-3 pages average length. 4 pages max. length) submission deadline for the BDVA Workshop on Software Architecture Challenges in Big Data - SACBD@ECSA2018 has been extended until June 21st 2018.
The SynchroniCity open call launches June 1st 17:00 CEST and closes September 30th 17:00 CEST. The project has 3 million Euro for the Open Call that will be distributed essentially among SMEs/startups, but cities and big companies are also entitled to participate under certain conditions
Big-data Earth observation Technology and Tools Enhancing Research and development is an EU-H2020 research and innovation project, started in November 2017 to the end of October 2020.
The project’s main objective is to implement Big Data solutions (denominated as Data Pipelines) based on the usage of large volumes and heterogeneous Earth Observation datasets.