The sixth project meeting of the DataBio project, Data-Driven Bioeconomy, was held from 29 to 30 January 2019 at the “i Portici” hotel in Bologna. The event was a great success with over 70 people including international partners and external stakeholders. The meeting gave an opportunity to discuss and illustrate the performance of the technological platform of the DataBio project, the progress of the experiments (pilot trials) conducted over the last two years in Europe and the plan for the next trials to be run in 2019.
The DataBio project is financed by the Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme of the European Union with the grant agreement n. 732064. Thematic: ICT-15-2016-2017; Big Data PPP: Large Scale Pilot actions in sectors best benefiting from data-driven innovation.
The workshop on GI data and software advertised earlier this month was a success.
You can see all the presentations (a mix of Czech and English) at http://www.wirelessinfo.cz/en/prezentace-z-workshopu-na-czu-24-1-2019-ke-stazeni/
Plan4all joined the Czech National Coalition for Digital Jobs (DigiKoalice) by signing the memorandum regarding digital education.
Plan4all will cooperate across the private, academic and governmental sectors in order to support digital job activities, digital education, digital technologies and digital skills of the general public.
The establishment of DigiKoalice was initiated by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic. DigiKoalice is an open fellowship of representatives of state institutions, IT companies, ICT sector, educational institutions, academic assemblies, non-profit organizations, statutory authorities of schools, educational institutions and other entities, that wish to contribute to better digital literacy of citizens of the Czech Republic, to increase their chances of succeeding in the labour market with help of their digital skills and a result, improving the competitiveness of the Czech economy.
Be prepared for the next batch of Prague INSPIRE hackathon’s LIVE webinars! On Friday 18th Jan 2019 we offer two webinars, one at 12pm and the second at 3pm CET.
The topics of the 12 pm webinar are: Artificial Intelligence, Territorial Planning, and 4D Environmental Maps and you can SIGN UP at: https://blbgroup.lpages.co/2019-prague-inspire-hack-18-01-…/
The topics of the 3pm webinar are: Big Data, Arctic Geo Data, and Hackathon Methods SIGN UP at: https://blbgroup.lpages.co/2019-prague-inspire-hack-18-01-…/
It is still time to register for the Prague INSPIRE hackathon:https://www.plan4all.eu/prague-inspire-hackathon-2019/
Project leader: Jovanka Gulicoska jgulicoska(at)viderum.com
Team members: Bente Lilja Bye/BLB, Šimon Leitgeb/Lespro
Project idea: We want to use and develop visualizations of time series (animation) where different types of met-ocean data (e.g. ice edge, SST) and fishery statistics are combined to investigate potential links between climate change and activity in the polar region in and around Svalbard.
Next webinars are planned on JAN 16 &18 , 2019 // 12 & 3 PM CET.
I am happy that team has done a large progress and QGIS is now ready to discover and visualize map compositions from the Liberec Atlas.
See our solutions
This is other step to the vision of social space for geospatial data, which members of Plan4all started developed in past in the SDI4APPS and OTN projects. Join us and help us build this vision and make geospatial data available for everybody.
Would you like to know more about this concept and solution join our webinars where this concept will be presented.