A shared framework that supports communities to create presentations collaboratively
Preserving the Evolving Data Web: Making Open / Linked Data Diachronic
The business engine for IoT pilots: Turning the Internet of things in Europe into an economically successful and socially accepted vibrant ecosystem.
Open access infrastructure for research in Europe to manage and monitor the outcomes of European funded research.
Holistic Benchmarking of Big Linked Data
Boost4.0 is the biggest European initiative in Big Data for Industry 4.0. With a 20M€ budget and leveraging 100M€ of private investment, Boost 4.0 will lead the construction of the European Industrial Data Space to improve the competitiveness of Industry 4.0 and will guide the European manufacturing industry in the introduction of Big Data in the factory, providing the industrial sector with the necessary tools to obtain the maximum benefit of Big Data.
SeReCo (Semantics, Coordination and Reasoning) is a German-French doctoral college. Its scientific purpose of SeReCo is to explore the spectrum of technologies related to semantics, reasoning and coordination in distributed and open environments (such as the Web).
A shared platform for Opening Scholarly Communication in the Social Sciences.
WDAqua (Answering Questions using Web Data) is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network (ITN).
Open Data Incubator for Europe
European Data Science Academy
The OpenBudgets.eu project aims to provide a generic framework and concrete tools for supporting financial transparency, thus enhancing accountability within public administrations and reducing the possibility of corruption. A key challenge for OpenBudgets.eu is to provide a framework that is scalable, easy-to-use, flexible, and attractive. We will apply the project concept to three pilot scenarios targeting three different applications related to public spending: journalism, transparency initiatives and citizenship engagement. This project will involve various stakeholders, including but not limited to public administrations, citizens, NGOs, media organisations and public service companies.
Big Data Europe will undertake the foundational work for enabling European companies to build innovative multilingual products and services based on semantically interoperable, large-scale, multi-lingual data assets and knowledge, available under a variety of licenses and business models
The power of the qrowd combined with RDF
Linked-Data-basierte Kriminalanalyse (Linked Data based crime analysis)
Scalable Linking and Integration of Big POI data
Enabling Linked Data and Analytics for SMEs by renovating public sector information
LINKED VALUE CHAIN DATA
Exploiting Oceans of Data for Maritime Applications
Benchmarking sensor data to Internet-based Geo-Services