SDI-X: Smart Data Innovation processes, tools and operational concepts

March 9th, 2016  |  Published in Research

The BMBF-funded project Smart Data Innovation processes, tools and operational concepts (SDI-X) researches appropriate tools and best practices to not only facilitate extensive data analysis projects between different research and industry partners, but also enable their prompt implementation. The project is one of the publicly-funded pillars that support the operation of the SDIL and as a consequence thereof the cross-cutting activities.

On the technical side, it is the aim to explore and develop the technical infrastructure, as well as appropriate code and data repositories on the basis of concrete SDIL-data sets and algorithms. The results of the projects will be fully integrated into the SIDL and its projects. Another key aspect is the legal and organizational basis for a prompt implementation of such analysis projects. Therefore, SDI-X will work out suitable contracts and processes. The curating of data for the SDI-X-project is maintained by Fraunhofer IASIS (Prof. Sören Auer) and DFKI (Prof. Paul Lukowicz). In addition, the project develops basics for multi-platform operation, project and user administration, re-use of results, as well as curating and anonymization of data for the SDIL.

Contact

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Beigl, michael.beigl@kit.edu

Project Duration

Sept. 2015 – Aug. 2018

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