"New developments such as the cloud, the Internet of Things and big data can thrive in Europe and that citizens, innovative web entrepreneurs and other businesses can take full advantage of their potential."
Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission
- reduce the number and range of data localisation restrictions;
- enhance legal certainty;
- facilitate cross-border availability of data for regulatory control purposes;
- improve the conditions under which users can switch data storage and/or processing service providers or port their data back to their own IT systems;
BDVA organises its next Activity Group meeting for members in Brussels on October 18-19.
Specific workshops/sessions in topics such as Digital Skills, Smart Manufacturing Industry, i-Spaces and Data Platforms (IDPs and PDPs) are organised in the context of this Activity Group meeting. BDVA members can find all the relevant information and register in the BDVA Intranet.
We invite you to the first QHHQ seminar on Tuesday 17 October 2017 in Brussels where new groundbreaking work by Andrew Odlyzko will be presented and debated by a.o. Rogier Delanghe, Leo Van Hove, Francesco Nucci and Malte Beyer-Katzenberger.
Join a scenario workshop led by IDC in collaboration with BDVA and the BDVe project on the drivers and barriers of data-driven innovation in Europe. The workshop will take place in Brussels on Oct 20.
The 2nd Big Data All Hands Meeting (BDAHM) is held in conjunction with the 2nd Smart Data Innovation Conference (SDIC).
A new EU Regulation encouraging the cross-border flow of non-personal data has been published by the European Commission. Additionally, a more robust approach to cybersecurity across the EU has been a core topic discussed.