The European Big Data Value Forum (EBDVF) is an annual community event that brings together industry professionals, business developers, researchers and policy-makers from all over Europe and other regions of the world to advance policy actions, and industrial and research activities in the areas of Data and AI. This year, the event will take place in Prague, Czech Republic on November 21-23, with a central theme of “At the Heart of the Ecosystem for Data and AI” (see https://european-big-data-value-forum.eu/).
Adra represents the private-side in the AI, Data, Robotics partnership signed with the European Commission (see https://adr-association.eu/)
Note the session will be in-person (registration to the EBDVF22 is necessary, but a 50% discount is available for speakers)
Title of the workshop:
Adra session - towards shared R&I tools and platforms for automotive and mobility
The partnership on AI, Data and Robotics is to Secure European’s sovereignty over AI, Data and Robotics technologies and know how. Establish European leadership in AI, Data and Robotics technologies with high socio-economic and environmental impact. Reinforce a strong and global competitive position of Europe in AI, Data and Robotics. For the success of the partnership as well as the stakeholder communities, it is critical to develop common ground and reinforce interaction.
Automotive and mobility is an application domain at the cross-roads between, AI, Data and Robotics, as well as industry and research. This workshop, facilitated by the Adra-e project, supports convergence by leveraging tools and platforms of mutual interest as a means to raise awareness and and identify potential synergies between them (e.g. use/integration, API compatibility etc). The workshop includes a presentation of Adra to set the context followed by a an overview of few R&I tools and platform in use by the various stakeholder communities meant to stimulate discussion and possibly lead to the setup of an Adra topic-group.
- CTAG - Centro Tecnológico de Automoción de Galicia
- Adra-e project