We are excited to take part in the European Big Data Value Forum 2020 (EBDVF 2020) with a dedicated session on Wednesday 4 November at 12:00-13:00. Our session is called "Next generation smart mobility systems, leveraging extreme-scale analytics over a novel elastic software architecture".
In this session, we present the ELASTIC novel software ecosystem, capable of exploiting the distributed computing capabilities of the compute continuum of the smart city, while guaranteeing additional properties, known as non-functional requirements of the system: the real-time, energy, communication quality and security. We further discuss how this design will be adopted and tested in a real-life mobility use case aiming to improve safety, efficiency and maintenance of the transportation network in the city of Florence.
Registration for the event is completely free, so make sure you secure your place by registering at: https://whova.com/portal/registration/ebdvt_202011/ You can then select our session and pin it in your calendar!
|Eduardo Quiñones (ELASTIC Project Coordinator, BSC)||Overview of the ELASTIC project and the concept of elasticity||15 min|
|Jürgen Assfalg (ICT Manager, Città Metropolitana di Firenze)||Smart mobility use case in the city of Florence||10 min|
|Anna Queralt (Senior Researcher, BSC)||Distributed data platforms for extreme analytics||10 min|
|Elli Kartsakli (Senior Researcher, BSC)||A novel software architecture for analytics workload distribution whilst fulfilling real-time, energy, communication and secure properties||10 min|
|All||Q&A time||15 min|
About the event
EBDVF 2020 takes place on 3-5 November in Berlin and online. The event aims to continue the success of the previous editions, which were attended on average by 600 participants and especially industry professionals, business developers, researchers, and policymakers coming from over 40 countries.
For this latest edition, the programme focused on “AI and Big Data Transforming Business and Society” and the event welcomed more than 90 speakers coming from the public sector, innovative companies, leading research bodies and exciting startups.