Big Data Catalonia

El Big Data Catalonia és una iniciativa promoguda pel Centre d’Excel·lència de Big Data de Barcelona i el Clúster Digital de Catalunya, amb el suport de la Generalitat de Catalunya mitjançant SmartCatalonia, i que té l’objectiu d’impulsar la cultura de les dades i dinamitzar aquest sector.

L’ interès de la iniciativa es centra en la identificació de totes les empreses i agents rellevants presents en tota la cadena de valor de l’economia de les dades i, d’aquesta manera, crear sinergies i promoure, en definitiva, el posicionament de Catalunya com a principal pol d’activitat en aquest àmbit a Europa.

En la iniciativa es contempla la creació d’un mapa en el que es caracteritza l’ecostistema Big Data a Catalunya i també la realització de dues trobades anuals entre tots els participants on es farà un repàs de l’estat del sector a Catalunya seguit d’una sessió de networking.

 

Categories d’estudi

La definició de les categories està basada en les categories  del EU Datalandscape  Aquestes són les següents:

 

Data holders: These include holders of different type of data, from Public Sector Information (Government data) to scientific, business and sensor-provided data. In some cases these are owned by specific bodies, such as government or research organisations.
Support Tools & Technologies: They cover all the support tools, tecnologies and infrastructures, commercial and open source, that act on a more infrastructural level (e.g. Hadoop on premises, cluster service etc.). The infrastructures are often provided by large vendors, they cover many of the specific functionalities.
Marketplaces: Services where data are stored, curated and exchanged, it includes marketplaces.
Analytics: Represents arguably the core sector of big data. It includes a wide variety of products such as Analytics platforms; Social analytics; BI; AI; Statistical computing; Machine learning; Visualisation; Unstructured data.
Vertical apps: It includes analytical tools devoted to specific verticals such as marketing, legal , government, science, health, finance.
Data Users: The final users of the data, once they have been elaborated by “data market” players. Any sector of the economy can benefit from “data based innovation” to derive economic and social benefits. For instance, the retail industry can better manage its logistics and thereby increase efficiency by analysing purchasing habits. It is well known that high-quality clients are a necessary factor for innovation to occur, and it is no different in the data economy.

Enabling players: They include Venture Capitalists that provide risk funding to data start-ups; incubators that support their growth; research institutes that enable innovation; training organizations that provide the right skills; and public regulators such as the European Commission that can have a big influence on the development of the sector through for instance its data protection directives.

A la web de l’EUDatalandscape s’ha elaborat un mapa de les empreses i agents de l’economia de les dades a nivell europeu. Podeu consultar-lo aquí.

 

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