BDTI allows public administrations to focus on gathering knowledge, insight and value from their public sector information, instead of setting up and maintaining a complex experimental environment.
If you are a public sector entity or agency, discover how BDTI can help you find new ways to draw data-driven insights for strategic decision making.
During the webinar you will have the opportunity to learn about the services offered by BDTI, the benefits you can get from it and the steps needed to apply for a pilot project.
In addition, our BDTI technical team will show you all the open-source components provided by BDTI and will provide you with a hands-on use case on the European Green Deal, showing how BDTI can contribute in improving the well-being and health of citizens and future generations by making the continent "Climate-neutral".
Registration to attend the event is possible until 9 May 2022 at 12h00.
• 3 PM CET
Introduction to the Digital Europe Programme
• 3.05 PM CET
BDTI in a nutshell
• 3.15 PM CET
BDTI Service Architecture
• 3.35 PM CET
BDTI Hands-on use case: Supporting the Green Deal data space: Creating insights from EU electric transport data.
• 4.05 PM CET
Support & how to apply
• 4.15 PM CET
• 4.30 PM CET
Closing of the webinar
BDTI Hands-on use case
Supporting the Green Deal data space: Creating insights from EU electric transport data
The European Green Deal aims at improving the well-being and health of citizens and future generations by making the continent "Climate-neutral". This neutrality will require various actions to be taken, across all sectors combined.
The Transport sector is a prominent one, where the objective is twofold: reduce the green house gas emission (GHG) and the energy consumption. The progress towards an emission-free transport system will be highly driven by the shift towards zero carbon fuels, such as the ones based on electricity.
Today, we are using BDTI to analyse different datasets (number of electric charging points per region, Land area per region, passenger transport volume, etc.) and get insights about how far the EU evolved in its shift towards electric transport.