The key problem addressed in WATERNOMICS is the lack of water information, management and decision support tools that present meaningful and personalized information about usage, price, and availability of water in an intuitive and interactive way to end users. This introduces limitations in the efforts to manage water as a resource.
The BYTE project will assist European science and industry in capturing the positive externalities and diminishing the negative externalities associated with big data in order to gain a greater share of the big data market by 2020.
SENSE was a research and innovation project investigating an energy management system for small commercial buildings. SENSE empowered building occupants to actively engage in energy saving.
Big Data Public Private Forum (BIG) was working towards the definition and implementation of a clear strategy that tackles the necessary efforts in terms of research and innovation, while also it provided a major boost for technology adoption and supporting actions for the successful implementation of the Big Data economy.