In their latest blog post, MARVEL project partners explain, why in many cases visual layer of abstraction is needed to assist in data comprehension and decision-making processes.
The results of DAPSI project's third open call include solutions for users to sell their data, to components for improving diabetes data interoperability, and software that makes it easy to create and manage forms that respect the digital rights of the people who use it.
In the project's latest press release, TRUSTS (Trusted Secure Data Sharing Space) partners explain why Pan-European Data Sharing needs solid legal frameworks for technological development.
On Tuesday 15th and Wednesday 16th of March, the BDVA community reunited over a two days Activity Group meeting. The 49th AG meeting looked outside the borders of the Big Data research & innovation community and brought inputs from different fields that impact the Big Data ecosystem. The meeting also hosted the European Commission to present recent regulatory developments, and the Data Spaces Business Alliance to open its doors for a wider audience.
On the first day, BDVA met with EuroCC, the network of competence centres on High-Performance Computing (HPC) together with the EUHubs4Data project (federation of i-Spaces). Also the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking was present, of which BDVA is a member. The workshop connects the data, AI and HPC ecosystems, found synergies and addressed common topics and challenges.
Organisations and projects are invited to submit proposals for online workshops/sessions for the Data Week 2022 taking place between May 25th - June 3rd. Data Week 2022 is an excellent opportunity for actors on regional and European levels to present their achievements, exchange knowledge and network with the community. BDVA members, EUHubs4Data partners, BDVA Task Forces, Data and AI Projects, and other collaborators are invited to submit proposals.
Today, the Commission has published the Data Act, proposing new rules on who can use and access data generated in the EU across all economic sectors. The Data Act aims to ensure fairness in the digital environment, stimulate a competitive data market, open opportunities for data-driven innovation and make data more accessible for all.
The STAR project is creating a platform to support the development of DTs. The first prototype of the platform has been released, and it will be used to support different applications within the project, including workers’ fatigue estimation, automated guided vehicle (AGV) path planning, and worker training paths definition.
The project ExtremeEarth has concluded its activities on December 31st, 2021. To celebrate the successful ending of the project, the project has prepared a short video to introduce the impact achieved.