External (BDVA Participates)

Open Innovation 2.0 Conference 2016

The OI2 Forum will welcome innovation experts, policy-makers, people from Academia and citizens inthe vibrant city of Amsterdam, on 23rd and 24th May 2016!

The OI2 Conference will be held under the label of the Dutch EU Presidency, and it is co-organised by the European Commission DG CONNECT's Open Innovation Group (OISPG) together with Intel Labs Europe, Committee of the Regions, CGI, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, City of Amsterdam, and kindly supported by Dublin City Council.

EDF - European Data Forum 2016

The European Data Forum (EDF) is one of the key European events for industry professionals, researchers, policy makers, and members of community initiatives to discuss the challenges and opportunities of data-driven innovation in Europe. The Forum will address all facets of data-driven innovation: infrastructure, tools, applications (including, new products and services reaching out to multilingual European audiences) as well as societal and economic impact.

European Union - South East Asia Big Data Summit

Universiti Sains Malaysia and the CONNECT2SEA project are organising the EU-SEA Big Data Summit 2016, which will take place on 5-6 May 2016 at Hotel Bangi-Putrajaya, Malaysia. The aim of the Summit is to enhance the collaboration between European and South East Asia countries and set-up dialogues to discuss strategies, opportunities and challenges faced by the two regions in Big Data. There will be highlights of selected vertical markets that utilize Big Data in their applications.

Information and Networking Days on Horizon 2020 Big Data topics

The two days event will focus on the call for proposals H2020-ICT-2016-2017 addressing the following topics:

ICT-14: Big Data PPP: Cross-sectorial and cross-lingual data integration and experimentation
ICT-15: Big Data PPP: Large Scale Pilot actions in sectors best benefitting from data-driven innovation
ICT-17: Big data PPP: Support, industrial skills, benchmarking and evaluation
ICT-18: Big data PPP: Privacy-preserving big data technologies

Workshop on Exploring the Positive and Negative Impacts of Big Data Across Sectors

The BYTE project is exploring scientific and industrial organizations in Europe to gain a greater understanding of the positive and negative externalities associated with Big Data. This month the BYTE project will host a worksop on “Exploring the Positive and Negative Impacts of Big Data Across Sectors”. In this workshop the results of this research will be presented including:

- A series of case studies and focus groups on Big Data in various sectors such Smart cities (Siemens) and Energy (Statoil).