Public Consultation on BIG DATA
Consultation of the PPP Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda is open
DG Connect, Unit G3-Data Value Chain, is currently working towards a Public Private Partnership (PPP) on Data. In this framework, a group of stakeholders has worked on a Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA). The objective of the SRIA is to describe the main research challenges and needs for advancing Big Data Value in Europe in the next 5 to 10 years. The SRIA will be an important channel for providing input to the PPP.
The first draft of this SRIA is now available under www.bigdatavalue.eu. We invite you to have a look at it and give us your feedback. We are particularly interested in getting feedback on the following questions:
– Do you agree with the scope and direction of the SRIA?
– Where would you set different priorities than those mentioned in the SRIA?
– Do you have other comments on the SRIA?
Furthermore, there is a questionnaire on the website which allows you to give feedback on the technical details of the SRIA.
We would be very grateful to receive your feedback through this online questionnaire and via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com by 5 May 2014 at the latest. Thank you very much in advance for your feedback.
Please don’t hesitate to contact Mr Wolfgang Treinen in case you require further information.
NESSI has launched a public consultation on Big Data Value – see below.
May I ask you to share this announcement within NetWorld2020 and may I invite NetWorld2020 to provide us with feedback.
In addition, we would highly welcome to receive some answers to the following questions that we have put together especially for NetWorld2020 in order to get targeted feedback:
1. Do you agree with the description of Big Data Chain in the Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda?
2. In what way is Big Data Value creation of relevance for the networks industry?
3. Do you find the distinction sufficiently addressed in the document between Big and Open Data; and with regard to the related benefits?
4. In what way is Big Data an enabling technology for the communications networks and services industry?
5. In which areas do you see biggest potential for collaboration between Big Data and the networks industry?
6. Are there any particular bottlenecks? Which sectors would you prioritize?
7. Where do you see a need for R&I actions with regard to Big Data and communications networks and services?
8. Do you agree with the scope and direction of the SRIA?
9. Where would you set different priorities than those mentioned in the SRIA?
10. Do you have other comments on the SRIA?
Many thanks already in advance to you and your NetWorld2020 colleagues.