The EU SatCen organised on Monday 5th of December 2016 (11.00-12.00 CET) an Hangout session on “Big Data in Secure Societies” in the framework of the BigDataEurope project and with regard to the “Secure Societies” Horizon 2020 Societal Challenge. The Hangout was the third of a scheduled series in the BigDataEurope project for the Secure Societies domain and it has been followed by attendees coming from EC, ESA, private companies, universities and other public entities from a variety of domains in Secure Societies.
The first presentation was delivered by Sergio Albani (EU SatCen), Secure Societies Domain Leader; his presentation introduced the BigDataEurope project, highlighting the role of the EU SatCen and the related community building activities addressing the “Secure Societies” challenge (e.g. the 2nd Workshop on “Big Data in Secure Societies”, held in Brussels on the 18th of October 2016).
The second presentation was delivered by Michele Lazzarini (EU SatCen) who showed how the SatCen user requirements collection from the community building activities led to the design of the Secure Societies pilot. The presentation described the pilot structure and showed a demo of the pilot on an applied use case.
The Hangout was concluded by the presentation of George Papadakis (University of Athens), Secure Societies Technical Leader, who illustrated the architecture of the Secure Societies pilot with respect to the three main components of the pilot: the Change Detection Workflow, the Event Detection Workflow and the Common Workflow.