ATB and the Virtual Vehicle Research Center (VIF) from Graz had a 2-day knowledge exchange workshop in Bremen at 28 and 29.1.2019. VIF and ATB have met before in the Workshop Big Vehicle Data to Digital Services organized by VIF, where some common ground in research topics has been identified.
The knowledge exchange workshop between VIF and ATB was mostly motivated by the Cross-CPP and AEGIS projects, both projects dealing the Big Data challenges. VIF presented the results of the AEGIS project to ATB, more specifically the results from the automotive demonstrator with respect to inferring broken roads and safe driving. ATB introduced Cross-CPP in general and in particular the Common Industrial Data Model, which is an extension of the Common Vehicle Information Model (from the previous project AutoMat) as a brand independent data model to make vehicle data available to cross-sectorial industries allowing cross-domain use cases, which will be extended in CROSS-CPP. Many commonalities could be identified between AEGIS and CROSS-CPP.
During this fruitful workshop many topics were aligned, and future cooperation activities were discussed.
Atos Research & Innovation Digital Show, is a yearly event organized by the R & D department of Atos Spain that seeks to publicize some of the innovations and solutions developed through research projects funded by the European Commission for different sectors with the use of various advanced technologies.
Atos Research & Innovation (ARI) is the center for research and development of new technologies and a key reference for the entire Atos group. Thanks to its extensive experience in research, development and innovation projects, ARI is able to provide new solutions and innovative elements to the clients’ business.
In this 2nd Edition, ARI’s most mature projects, solutions, and use cases haven been showcased: Citytraffic, SMBS, Service DUOS, sPEIDI, AutoMat and Cross-CPP AGORA Data MarketPlace, ElasTest, EO4wildlife, and VICINITY. The objective of the presenting AGORA data markeplace is to showcase the technological and business value impact behind the data marketplace to broker and consuming datasets for data-driven services creation. It has been developed within the context of AutoMat, with an initial focus on collecting and trading connected vehicle data, and Cross-CPP as the natural evolution of the platform to extend into a cross-industry scope by ingesting cross-Cyber Physical Products data sources to explore the potential of sharing and aggregating data from different verticals, specially in this case by collecting data from Home Systems and Intelligent Building data sources.
Check some of the photos taken during the event in Madrid on November 27th @BTIC Auditorium, in Paseo Doce Estrellas 2, Madrid: