Is digital transformation a blessing? Digital transformation is about the end customer – improving the customer experience. This requires some adjustment under the hood for many companies. Collecting and linking all kinds of data quickly between companies is essential. But […]
21 / 09 / 2022
Simon Dalmolen |
DIHs, EXPERIMENTS, SERVICES AND DATASETS, TECHNOLOGY
Several developments are ongoing in EUHubs4Data, carried out by the partners working on the Toolkit for the federated services team, including partners from CeADAR, CINECA, EGI, IDSA, ITI, IMT, KIT, RISE, KNOW Center, ITA, UL, PSNC and TNO. On the […]
AI models engineered on CINECA HPC infrastructure are a core element of the services that Gmatics developed as part of the DAMAS – Data-driven Model for the Analysis of Sea-state experiment. With the support of the services offered by CINECA […]
30 / 05 / 2022
Roberta Turra, Giorgio Pedrazzi, Bhaskar Agarwal |
The high number of active IoT devices globally is expected to grow from 7.6 billion in 2019 to 24.1 billion in 2030 (more than three times!), and their high speed of adoption has raised worries about their security. At the […]
Context of the experiment EGI supported the experiment IoT SESOD during the first open call launched by EUHubs4Data. IoT SESOD aims to generate complete and accurate IoT firmware Software Bill of Materials (SBoM) and always-up-to-date vulnerability (CVE) mappings. In this […]
An overview of the main achievements of the project during its 1st year The EUHubs4Data project officially started in September 2020 and is now celebrating its first year of activities! Among other achievements, during this first year we have published […]
How can SMEs promote privacy by design so that the European data economy puts citizens’ rights at its centre The European data market is growing daily. As data exchanges increase and the European data economy takes off, the tension between […]
How can SMEs enable traditional industries adopt AI and data services? While the pace of European digitalisation is slowly increasing, this is not happening in a harmonised and horizontal manner across all industries. For many companies, and many traditional industries, […]
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