The BIG Project Welcome and Introduction

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The BIG Project Welcome and Introduction
BIG DATA PUBLIC PRIVATE FORUM
Agenda
09:00 - 10:30
9:00 -9:20
9:20 - 9:55
9:55 - 10:30
The Big Project Results (Session 1)
- The Big Project - Welcome and Introduction
Nuria De Lama (ATOS Spain)
- Key Technology Trends for Big Data in Europe
Edward Curry (Research Fellow at Insight @ NUI Galway)
- Towards Big Data in Europe 2020: The BIG Roadmap
Walter Palmetshofer (Open Knowledge Foundation)
10:30 - 11:00
Coffee Break
11:00 - 12:30
Towards a Big Data Public Private Partnership
for Europe Session 2
11:00-12:00
12:00-12:30
12:00 - 13:30
- The Big Data Public Private Partnership
Nuria De Lama (ATOS Spain)
- Discussion
Lunch break
BIG DATA PUBLIC PRIVATE FORUM
Agenda
14:00 - 15:30
Sustaining the Big Data Eco System (Session 3)
- Panel discussion about a common Big Data Stakeholder Platform
Martin Strohbach (AGT International)
Panelists:
The PPP Stakeholder Platform (Nuria De Lama)
Hardware and Network for Big Data (Adrian Cristal, Ernestina Menasalvas, RETHINK BIG EU
Project)
Tackling BIG DATA Externalities (Kush Wadhwa, Trilateral Research BYTE EU Project)
The value of the Stakeholder platform (Sebnem Rusitschka, Siemens, BIG and BYTE Project)
15:30 - 16:00
Coffee Break
16:00 - 17:30
Networking and Break-out Session (Session 4)
17:30
Closing of the Workshop
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Blog: http://big-project.eu/blog
Join our discussions on LinkedIn
More information at
www.big-project.eu
Source: IDC for EMC 2014
• Big Data is becoming mainstream in North America, but Europe
lagged behind due to
– Size factor: smaller organizations and smaller data sets
– Expensive, scarce data analytics skills
– Economic crisis, cautiousness in new investments
• The most mature geographies are starting to ramp up in
adoption: the U.K., Germany, and France
• Big Data helps European companies to “think global, act local”
and manage diversity
• Traditional EU industries transformation needed to remain
competitive
• Data privacy – Regulation: a challenge!
Overall Objective
Work at technical, business and policy levels, shaping the future
through the positioning of IIM and Big Data specifically in Horizon
2020.
Bringing the necessary stakeholders into a self-sustainable
industry-led initiative, which will greatly contribute to enhance the
EU competitiveness taking full advantage of Big Data technologies.
BIG aims to promote a well-developed EU industrial landscape in Big
Data:
▶ Providing a clear picture of existing technology trends and their
maturity
▶ Acquiring a sharp understanding of how Big Data can be applied to
concrete environments / use cases
▶ Pushing European Big Data research and innovation to contribute to
European competitiveness (“define how the future should look like”)
▶ Building a self-sustainable, industry-led initiative (implementation)
Funding: Euros 2.499.998,00
Duration: 26 months
WP1
WP3
Management
scientific, administrative
and financial management
of the project.
Dissemination and
Stakeholder Engagement
wide spectrum of activities:
- community building and
management
- website development
- BIG conferences
organization
WP2
WP4
Strategy & Operations
(technical and sectoral
activity)
Work is structured along a
matrix, in which technical
specialists and sectorial
experts collaborate
Big Data Public-Private
Forum
- relevant input to H2020
- a sustainable initiative that
goes beyond the project
- links between Big Data
Public-Private Forum and
relevant initiatives in Europe
Setting up Sectorial roadmaps
Identification
of Sector’s
requisites
▶requirements and objectives from all
Sectors (industry driven working
groups)
Applicability of
Big Data technical
white papers in
each Sector
▶Introduce technologies and trends to
the stakeholders to better understand
Big Data technologies and its
capabilities
Elaboration of
Sector
Roadmap
▶Sectorial roadmap (elaborate a
roadmap per sector).
▶Contributions towards integrated
roadmap (cross-sectorial)
HOW: SECTORIAL FORUMS AND
TECHNICAL WORKING GROUPS
Industry Driven Sectorial Forums
Health
Finance &
Insurance
Public Sector
Needs
Telco, Media&
Entertainment
Manufacturing,
Retail, Energy,
Transport
Offerings
Big Data Value Chain
Data
Acquisition
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Structured data
Unstructured data
Event processing
Sensor networks
Protocols
Real-time
Data streams
Multimodality
Data
Analysis
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Stream mining
Semantic analysis
Machine learning
Information
extraction
Linked Data
Data discovery
„Whole world‟
semantics
Ecosystems
Community data
analysis
Cross-sectorial data
analysis
Data
Curation
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Data Quality
Trust / Provenance
Annotation
Data validation
Human-Data
Interaction
Top-down/Bottom-up
Community / Crowd
Human Computation
Curation at scale
Incentivisation
Automation
Interoperability
Data
Storage
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In-Memory DBs
NoSQL DBs
NewSQL DBs
Cloud storage
Query Interfaces
Scalability and
Performance
Data Models
Consistency,
Availability, Partitiontolerance
Security and Privacy
Standardization
Technical Working Groups
Data
Usage
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Decision support
Prediction
In-use analytics
Simulation
Exploration
Visualisation
Modeling
Control
Domain-specific
usage
BIG - THREE LEVEL APPROACH
Technology state of the art and sector analysis
Definition of the proposed
application sectors
Asses the impact/applicability
of the different technologies
Roadmapping activity
Individual roadmap elaboration
(per sector)
Roadmap consolidation
(cross-sectorial)
Big Data Public Private Forum
Impact Assessment
Sustainability
Big Data
Initiative
definition
Towards Horizon
2020
PROJECT END
31 October 2014
PROJECT START
01 September 2012
First draft of
sectorial requisites
M8
Final version of
sectorial requisites
M13
Final version of
sectorial roadmaps
First draft of
sectorial roadmaps
M20
1st Cycle
2nd Cycle
M17
First draft of
technical
whitepapers
Final version of
technical
whitepapers
M26
M23
Cross-sectorial
roadmap
consolidation
BIG VALUE PROPOSITION
• Relevant and representative (data) sources
• Wide availability of results
• Industrial impact and sustainability
Expert Interviews
Technical
Whitepapers
▶ Executive Overview
▶ Key Insights
▶ Social & Economic
Impact
▶ Concise State of the Art
▶ Future Requirements &
Emerging Trends
▶ Sector-specific Case
Studies
Interviews and Technical White Papers available on:
http://www.big-project.eu
“a public private partnership…can be
a powerful way to work together…Public
money is not free money. Before you can
unlock it you need a very clear plan,
showing how any public investment will
work, how it connects to the activities
around it, and how it will pay off…we
need a Strategic Research and
Innovation Agenda … from a broad,
inclusive and representative basis,
pulling together different priorities, so
they make sense……… we need to do all
this quickly, and to the highest
quality”
Neelie Kroes
Vice-President of the
European Commission
Nuria de Lama
Representative to the European Commission
Research & Innovation
[email protected]