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May 2017

Join our Webinar@AIMS: How much data is enough in Precision Agriculture?

Agroknow and the AIMS team are pleased to invite you to attend the upcoming webinar "How much data is enough in Precision Agriculture?", in the context of H2020 BigDataEurope project. The aim of the webinar is to present the most exciting areas of applied research of the Niagara College (NC) Agriculture & Environmental Technologies Innovation Centre team and learn more about the tools, data analysis work, partnership, collaboration and opportunities. Dr. Mike Duncan (Industrial Research Chair), Sarah Lepp (Senior Research Associate) and Gregor MacLean…

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European Open Science Agenda: Quo Vadis?

May 30 @ 15:00 - 16:00

ABSTRACT  There are nowadays some irrevocable trends implying that science will open. As regards to data, this implies that sharing instead of owning will become the default. However, there are almost no incentives (but mostly rules & obligations) to make data available and shareable. Seamless facilities for researchers to share data are much needed, and credits need to be attributed when data are re-used. Europe is developing a Cloud infrastructure where data can be shared and reused. In order to…

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June 2017
Free

SC4 Hangout: Empowering Mobility Management with Big Data

June 14 @ 11:30 - 12:30

The launch of BigDataEurope’s open-source Integrator Platform earlier this month was the culmination of over two years’ development and testing. The Big Data Europe Integrator Platform (BDI) allows a unified view of heterogeneous data for more efficient processing, analysis and integration without having to worry about native installations of a variety of tools for data processing at scale. BDI has exciting implications for application in the transport and mobility sector. In a webinar entitled ‘Empowering Mobility Management with Big Data’…

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July 2017
Free

SC5 hangout: Inverse estimation of atmospheric pollutant emissions using Big Data technologies

July 4 @ 11:00 - 12:00

During this online hangout, we will present the 2nd BDE SC5 pilot, which is a methodology for rapid estimation of the location of an unknown source emitting a hazardous substance in the atmosphere. The pilot is an alternative to the classic inverse “source-term” estimation methods that are rather computationally slow to be applied at the first stages of emergency management. The pilot is based on prior analysis of multiple years of weather data, of corresponding calculated atmospheric dispersion from a…

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