The BigDataEurope (BDE) project came to a close at the end of 2017 with a number of technical results to show after three years of development and pilot testing. A key outcome of the project was the Big Data Integrator Platform (BDI), which provides an integrated stack of tools that allow large-scale data resources to be processed, analysed and published without the need for native installations of additional tools for data processing at scale.
As an ecosystem of specifications and reference implementations, BDI has tremendous potential for deployment across sectors and for a range of players in the data value chain.
During the course of the project, BDE’s Thessaloniki-based transport pilot, which represents the EU’s fourth societal challenge (SC4), carried out important development and testing of the BDI Platform.
In our final webinar entitled The Way Forward for Big Data in Transport we will present:
- results from the transport pilot’s use of the BDI Platform
- conclusions from BDE’s SC4 workshop: BigDataEurope and the Societal Challenge on Transport. (The workshop, held in September 2017, collected feedback from stakeholders requiring transport solutions on how the platform can be extended to increase its value and facilitate further applications.)
- next steps for big data in transport (in cooperation with LeMO – another EU project focussing on big data in the transport sector)
The webinar will take place on 2 February 2018, from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m.
To register for the webinar, please click here.