The Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME) and the European Commission are conducting the study “Big Data and B2B platforms: the next big opportunity for Europe” whose objective is to analyse how to accelerate the growth of the data-based economy and to support the development of B2B platforms in Europe focusing on two sectors: automotive and healthcare.
Under this study two Pilots will be developed, one for each sector being analysed. Four workshops for each pilot are planned during the execution of the study. The third workshop will be taking place on 13 and 14 May 2020.
Day 1 (13 of May) will deal with the pilot on high-quality, diabetes-related data repository by using the latest technologies and big data breakthroughs. This workshop will allow participants to get access to the implementation of the use cases and provide feedback on the functionality of the system, the fit to the use case, as well as the usability of the interface. Issues regarding opportunities and benefits offered by the IT architecture of the T2D health data platform for independent third-party service providers, as well as liability and data ownership will be addressed during this phase.
Day 2 (14 of May) of the workshop will be dedicated to the pilot on Fair and equal data sharing for cooperative, connected and automated mobility. During the workshop, the implantation of the architecture roles as Shared Server and as Service Provider will be discussed with the participants, opening the way for further refinements within the Agile approach used. Issues regarding opportunities and benefits offered by the Shared Server architecture for independent third-party service providers, as well as liability and data ownership will be resolved during this subtask.
Start and end time of the event is indicative and might be slightly adapted.
We kindly inform the interested participants that the workshop is designed for an audience of around 30 participants so to facilitate the exchange of information in view of meeting the workshops’ objectives. The organisers thus reserve the right to select a limited number of applicants according to the need to keep a balanced mix of expert profiles. Priority will be given to the experts who participated to the first workshop so to maintain continuity between the workshops.