Data Lakes and Data Spaces - Towards Best Practices

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This event is organised by The Iliad Digital Twin of the Ocean.

Developing a digital twin of the ocean requires various combinations of processing a large amount of data and smaller diverse sets of data (big data: velocity, volume, value, variety and veracity). The concepts of data lakes and data spaces and combinations of these go into the development of digital twins. How do we do these combinations in the best possible way?  The solution is to follow standards and best practices. What are the best practices - or rather how can they be collectively created, and these best practices shared? The webinar will be both educational (definitions of data lakes, data spaces, best practices) with presentations of approaches of combined use of data spaces and data lakes, and discussions on how we can efficiently co-design functional best practices.

What slides will you get?

  • Welcome and introduction to Iliad (Bente Lilja Bye, BLB)
  • Approaches to data spaces and data lakes in Iliad digital twins of the ocean (Arne Jørgen Berre, SINTEF digital)
  • Data lakes and data spaces in Destination Earth? (Thomas Geenen ECMWF)
  • Towards data space support for digital twins with data lakes (Tom Redd, HubOcean)
  • The Green Deal Data Spaces (Joan Maso, CREAF)
  • The GREAT project “Marrying Complex Technology with Robust Governance, Promoting Circulation” (Mark Dietrich, EGI)
  • Discussion

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The Iliad Digital Twin of the Ocean, an EU-funded project, builds on the assets resulting from two decades of investments in policies and infrastructures for the blue economy and aims at establishing an interoperable, data-intensive, and cost-effective Digital Twin of the Ocean.

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