DataPorts organized a workshop at Data Week 2022 on May 27 with the participation of other H2020 projects.
Data Week is the spring gathering of the European Big Data Value and Industrial AI research and innovation community. This year, it was held online from 25th to 27th of May 2021. On Thursday May 27, DataPorts partners from OTE and ITI organised a workshop called “Joining research forces and create the future of ports and maritime based on data-driven services: Defining the Strategy”. This workshop takes one new step on the topic of the workshop that was held in DataWeek 2021: “Unleashing the potential of ports and maritime logistics via data-driven solutions: Opportunities and Challenges”. In this edition, the progress and achievement performed since the last year in DataPorts and ASSIST-IoT projects were presented. In addition, two new projects, Cyrene and VesselAI, have joined forces in an attempt to define the strategy for data-driven services in the seaports and maritime of the future.
This workshop elaborated on how data-driven services and applications (including AI-based cognitive solutions) can help stakeholders in the logistics, ports, and maritime sectors to improve their operations. It also helped identify and understand the challenges that must be addressed to facilitate adoption of these solutions. Thereby, this workshop focused on industrial data spaces and platforms, with a focus on transport and logistics, as one key vertical sector of European importance.
The full video of the workshop is now available here: