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For a data-informed public sector: Big Data Test Infrastructure

The Commission’s Big Data Test Infrastructure (BDTI) supports public administrations to experiment with public sector data for free in the cloud.

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The BDTI is a ready-to-use, free of charge, analytics cloud stack for the public sector offered to all European public administrations to experiment with open-source tools and foster the re-use of public sector data for a data-informed public sector.

Are you looking for data playground? Your organisation could be next! 

Learn more about how to use BDTI by visiting our website

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Offered by the European Commission and part of the Digital Europe Programme (DEP), the BDTI has already helped public sector entities to:

  • Optimise public procurement procedures in Norway
  • Derive insights about mobility to redesign services in Italy
  • Support clinicians by extracting knowledge from articles in Spain
  • Help the European Blood Alliance to investigate therapy efficiency for COVID-19

Are you interested in learning more about these use cases? Read our success stories below.

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Sucess stories

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