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Home 2020-03-16T16:09:05+00:00

The Data-Driven Bioeconomy project (DataBio) focuses on the production of best possible raw materials from agriculture, forestry and fishery for the bioeconomy industry to produce food, energy and biomaterials taking into account responsibility and sustainability

In order to meet the above objectives, DataBio is controlling and putting to use the  innovative ICTs and information flows centered mostly around the use of proximal and remote sensors, in order to provide a streamlined Big Data Infrastructure for data discovery, retrieval, processing and visualizing, in support to decisions in bioeconomy business operations.

“This programme is implemented by DataBio Consortium:
48 partners from 17 countries, 14 of which are EU members.”

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THE CONCEPT AND APPROACH

1. Big Data sets are heterogeneous, can be unstructured, hard to process;
2. Often valuable data is measured for real time use, not suitably preserved;
3. Big Data will be exponentially created, processed and stored in the coming years, but no single infrastructure can do the job alone.


To address these issues, DataBio will deploy a state of the art, interoperable big data platform on top of the existing Partners’ infrastructure in order to enable users with different profiles to fully benefit from the underlying High Processing capabilities.

PLANNED ACHIEVEMENTS

Demonstrate increase of productivity in bioeconomy
Increase of market share of Big Data technology providers in the bioeconomy sector
More than double the use of Big Data technology in bioeconomy
Leveraging additional target sector investments by a factor of >5
More than 100 organizations in demonstrations
Liaison with other Big Data actions
Closely working with BDVA