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KRAKEN project, nearing its end, has developed successfully two of the three pillars of the personal data marketplace it is building. These solutions are implemented into KRAKEN's marketplace and tested in two pilots.
The goal of MORE is to allow the renewable energy source industry to scale the management of streaming and historical time series an order of magnitude beyond the state-of-art and perform forecasting, prediction and diagnostics using data with accuracy that outperforms currently existing approaches.
With better analytics and predictions, MARVEL makes modern cities greener.
The project has now completed the first version of the AI Security and Data Protection layer of the architecture. It has also delivered the first prototypes of the components, reaching halfway to the overall system.
BDVA and a consortium of 14 partners launched the Data Space for Skills (DS4Skills) project, led by DIGITALEUROPE. BDVA's key responsibility is the engagement of strategic stakeholders and the validation processes with them. BDVA will help to organise a series of 3 online workshops to have dialogues on the future of the data spaces for skills, and gather consensus around use cases and the blueprint developed by the project. BDVA also contributes to an online inventory of skills-related data.
Industry players, researchers, corporates, and associations join forces to operationalise the European Strategy for Data . "The Data Spaces Support Centre is a key action to support adoption, scaling and to realise the full potential of Data Spaces across sectors, organisations, and geographical boundaries", says BDVA Secretary General Ana García Robles.
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.