BDVA has a proven history of supporting the European Commission in sharing information about the latest funding opportunities, engaging communities and promoting research and innovation. Following that, BDVA is planning two main activities during the Autumn 2022.
The fiftieth BDVA Activity Group meeting took place on Wednesday 21st of September in Brussels. The meeting gathered 50+ members together, for the first time in 2 years again on site. Therefore, BDVA decided to invite several European Commission officials and focus the meeting on the EU strategies and policies for digitalisation and data.
BDVA and EUHubs4Data project, with the contribution of the European Commission (DG Connect), held an online workshop with the Horizon 2020 ICT-51 projects. The workshop engaged the projects with future road mapping actions and strategic agendas, and to work on data spaces, standardisation and other topics with the BDVA task forces.
Opertus Mundi has now opened Topio.market for beta testers, offering data suppliers the chance to sell their geospatial data free of charge through the marketplace. Topio is looking for data suppliers to boost and contribute to scaling up geospatial data in Europe, with the objective to provide a secure, sustainable, fast and stable way to trade geospatial data.
Data Spaces - Design, Deployment and Future Directions educates data space designers to understand what is required to create a successful data space.
Calling on SMEs, start-ups, and web entrepreneurs! The EUHubs4Data project has launched its final open call for experiments that will run until 9 November 2022. Funding, expertise, and support: all of this is now available for cross-border collaborative experiments.
The white paper by BDVA Task Force 7 focuses on the main ongoing challenges to understanding how AI can be a real catalyst for the transformation of the financial sector. It investigates emerging solutions across the EU, looking at the Digital Finance ecosystems and the transformative trends toward future innovative research in this field.
The KRAKEN project is finishing soon, successfully piloting secure data sharing. The project has built an online service enabling sharing, brokerage, and trading of sensitive personal data privately. The solutions include platform and data marketplace, and provides citizens with control of their data through a mobile app.