BDVA welcomes 7 new members

On the 29th of March 2019, the BDVA General Assembly officially welcomed 7 new members, among which there are 3 Full Members and 4 Associate Members. 2 members are Industry-SMEs. New members come from 6 different countries: Belgium, Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Hungary and Spain.

We are happy to welcome the following FULL members:

 

 

 Inlecom Group BVBA, an SME from Belgium with established reputation for excellence in project management and project delivery in the design and development of advanced solutions for digital transformation.

 

 

 IT4Innovations National Supercomputing Center at VŠB – Technical University of Ostrava represents a strategic large research infrastructure in Czech Republic. Their main research areas include big data processing and analysis, development of parallel scalable algorithms and libraries, supercomputing technology development, computational modelling and simulations of real engineering problems, and modeling for nanotechnologies.

 

Tampere University is one of the most multidisciplinary universities in Finland. Their big data related activities are research and education in the field of big data, machine learning and artificial intelligence.

 

Warm welcome to the following ASSOCIATE members:

 

 

GESIS - Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences, is a research/academia institution from Germany, which is developing and providing methods and tools to collect and mine digital behavioral data (especially from the Web). They combine this new kind of data with traditional survey data in order to improve the analyses of a broad range of socio-cultural phenomena.

 

 

Obuda University from Hungary with its Smartlab Knowledge Center runs research and development activities in various projects, such as Smart City, development of applications related to remote sensing and automation, simulation and optimization of production technologies.

 

Prizztech Ltd. Robocoast is a regional development agency from Finland, that is managing a center of excellence Robocoast. The goal of Robocoast is to combine the needs of enterprises in order to promote modernization of the industry and services by developing new robotics and AI solutions together with a large network of industrial and research partners.

 

Solver Machine Learning, S.L., an SME from Spain that provides solutions based on machine learning and artificial intelligence to different sectors: Health (image processing, data analytics of clinical data and predictive models), manufacturing, handwritten text recogniyion, speech recognition and understanding, natural language processing and machine translation.

 

As per today, BDVA counts 188 members from 27 countries. The complete list of BDVA members, the Membership categories and more relevant information on how to get involved can be found here.