Big Data Europe consortium schedules the second workshop on big data in the energy sector on the 4th of October, 2016 in Brussels. This workshop will provide a key opportunity for stakeholders in the energy sector to be updated on the latest developments related to BigDataEurope’s platform and pilot cases, influence its design and propose application cases for the benefit of the energy community.
The aim of this workshop is the discussion of current and future challenges for data management and analysis in the fields of energy efficiency, smart grids and system monitoring. In addition the BDE platform will be presented focusing on its application potential in the specific domain along with the first pilot case for system monitoring.
The workshop addresses a wide audience including data users, researchers, developers, IT service providers and institutions in the energy domain.
The workshops outcome will support the final design and realization of the necessary ICT infrastructure on which the deployment and use of the BigDataEurope platform is based. The platform targets the facilitation of big data usage in real world examples and will consist of the architecture, components, guidelines and best practices, all tailored according to the community requirements.
The workshop is scheduled a day after EC Info Day on Horizon 2020 “Smart Grids and Storage”.
- BigDataEurope: Scope, opportunities and current status
Data related requirements and future challenges, cases and discussion in
- Energy Efficiency
- System monitoring
- Smart grids
- Tool design and components; Application opportunities
- Pilot case on system monitoring