The growing role of Social Media and OSINT sources within intelligence exploitation, the optimisation of support for targeting, the future of Big Data architecture and how can predictive analytics can make a substantial contribution towards the optimisation of defence procurement processes are all issues that will be addressed at the next Global Big Data Defence Summit in June 2017 in Berlin.
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Public and private organizations are entering into the digital world where real time data is available about their operations and operating environments, third-party services offered to increase their performance, and changes in the demands of their customers. Such abundance of data offers new opportunities but also raises new challenges for information systems. The systems have to exploit these data to help (networked-) organizations to decide and conduct appropriate business transformations that are necessary to guarantee their survival in an ever changing world.
In the context of a growing maturity of companies on Big Data, the question of deploying an agile organization that will place data at the heart of the decision-making process is more than ever.
In addition, the rise of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence combined with Big Data offers unprecedented opportunities to develop applications in various domains: fraud detection, customer experience revolution, predictive ...
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Businesses are changing more and more quickly to take advantage of the opportunities of digitizing business processes and markets. Big data technologies form the core of digital transformation. The data science is going to mature the process from the artisan to the industrialization.
The Big Data Summit has been the annual meeting of data management decision makers since 2013. Over 650 users of advanced big-data solutions, policy-makers, technology providers, strategy and innovation consultants, as well as academics are being brought together.
OASC hosts the 4th Connected Smart Cities Conference on Thursday, January 12, 2017 in Brussels, Belgium, in collaboration with the European Committee of the Regions and other close partners. Registration is free. City leaders, community initiatives, representatives of the European institutions, tech experts and business developers will join the conference. We are looking forward to an exciting conference.
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Le PCN TIC organizes, with the collaboration of DG CONNECT an information day about Big Data Topics in H2020.
The event will bring together the Cyber-Physical Systems, embedded intelligent systems and advanced computing communities across Europe and is set to reinforce exchange and strengthen the links between the Horizon2020 CPS projects, Artemi