Learn about the challenges and solutions to work with real-time data.
When industry talks about IoT-data they often mean real-time data provided for example by sensors, industry controls or cars and real-time access to these data. Many research data are also generated by machines but most of them are usually not accessible in real-time. On the other hand, very few research and scientific institutions are prepared to provide such data including real-time access. In a conversation between a research data provider, a company representative and the audience, we want to discuss ideas for working with IoT (real-time) data. What are the obstacles and where are common interests? How can a mutually beneficial cooperation be achieved? Does IoT imply new challenges for research data and their provisioning?
Introduction: Michael Scherer (TechnologieStiftung Berlin)
Presentations of Use Cases: Christopher Rascher (tbc)
4 additional slots are still available for interesting industry use cases. If you are interested to present a use case in this session, please, send an email to email@example.com.