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Big data value policy context and public private partnership


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Presented by Saila Rinne (EC) during the 2nd BDE SC5 workshop, 11 October 2016, in Brussels, Belgium

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Big data value policy context and public private partnership

  1. 1. Digital Single Market Big Data Value policy context and Public Private Partnership (PPP) Big Data Europe SC5 workshop Brussels, 11 October 2016 Saila Rinne, Programme Officer, CNECT.G1
  2. 2. Digital Single Market 2 Policy context - mandate • Council conclusions of 25 Oct 2013 called for EU action to provide the right framework conditions for a single market for big data and cloud computing • Towards a Thriving Data-Driven Economy COM(2014)442 – framework conditions for a data-based economy in the EU – mandate for the PPP • Digitization of European Industry COM(2016)180 – Big Data is an important contributor/element in the DEI • Communication & legislative proposal: Building a European Data Economy (coming up by the end of 2016)
  3. 3. Digital Single Market Strategic objectives 3 I. EU leadership in Big Data technologies through increased investments II. Create a data market III. Create a thriving data economy – engine for growth and jobs
  4. 4. Europe needs an efficient data ecosystem 4
  5. 5. Digital Single Market Big Data is transforming Business models
  6. 6. Big Data Value PPP - characteristics  Industry-driven – because it needs to mobilise and transform (both IT and user) industries in order to break a new path to growth and jobs  Broad and horizontal – because data challenges appear in most industrial and societal domains – need to achieve synergies and create links with user industries, other PPPs, Societal Challenges, national and regional initiatives 6
  7. 7. Earth Observation data  EO data has large re-use potential...  E.g. big climate data, atmospheric data can be used for better weather predictions, vital for smart farming (SC2)  EO data can be used for optimising renewable energy production (wind predictions, wave energy predictions)  ... but still remains under-used  Data from COPERNICUS and other publicly funded EO schemes is often "too big" to be easily re-used  Commonalities SC5 and Big Data?  EO data/climate data is Big Data  H2020 SC5 Work Programme 2016-17 does not address any specific Big Data challenges (the same way as SC1, SC6 and SC7 do).  SC5-20-2016: European data hub of the GEOSS information system 7
  8. 8. Thank you for your attention! 8