The BDV cPPP projects cover Big Data technology,
including Artificial Intelligence methods, and application
research and innovation, new data-driven business
models, data ecosystem support, data skills, regulatory
and IPR requirements and societal aspects. The value
generated by Big Data technologies empowers Artificial
Intelligence to foster linking, cross-cutting and vertical
dimensions of value creation at the technical, business
and societal levels across many different sectors.

Overview
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42
projects
running (2019)
132
new innovations of exploitable value (2017+2018) 106 in 2018
93%
innovations have economic impact
48%
innovation have social impact
2
new patents, over 61 scientific publications
24
new products or software in the field of advanced privacy and security for data access, processing and analysis in 2018
75%
of innovations are on the transport, mobility and logistic sector
20%
on public sector & smart cities
19%
on industry and manufacturing
204
new systems and technologies developed during 2018
Success
Stories
cPPP projects have delivered contributions during 2018 covering already 100% of all the SRIA technical priorities.

Technical contributions for Big Data Priorities in SRIA

122
in Data Management
126
in Data Processing Architecture
183
in Data Analytics
33
in Data Protection
56
in Data Visualization and User Interaction

77% of the BDV cPPP projects active in 2018 reported contribution from their project to increase the number of European Companies offering data technology applications

From the PPP projects active during 2018, 3 technical projects are fully dedicated to advance the state of the art in privacy-preserving Big Data technologies: SPECIAL, SODA and MHMD

2
patents in 2018
7
planned 2019+
61
publications in 2018
79
publications planned 2019+
24
products/SW components enabling advanced privacy and security in 2018
44
new products/SW planned 2019+
Data Ecosystem
Support & Skills
By the direct creation of jobs and the improvement of environmental indicators the Big Data Value cPPP is contributing to building a healthier European societal landscape.
120
large scale experiments (82 in 2018) and over 389 use cases and experiments (2017+2018) 224 use case and/or experiments only in 2018
106,9
petabytes of data (closed data and open data) for experimentation
PPP projects contribute to job creation with an estimation of
7500
new job by 2023
48
new job profiles created in 2018
181
training activities involving over 18 300 participants
323
events organized outreaching up to 630.000 participants
29%
CO2 emission saving
>25%
reduction of energy use
Up to 10%
reduction in waste
SMEs
A wide range of SMEs in Europe, independent of size, age or geography, benefits form the Big Data Value cPPP: the results is an Increase in Turnover, and an Increase in number of employees.
Participation of SMEs in the BDV cPPP is over
20%
The estimated increase in number of employees for SMEs participating in the cPPP projects shows an increase of
11,83%
respect 2017
22
new SMEs are participating in 2018 projects
SMEs
age
20%
of SMEs are 0 to 4 years old
36%
of the SMEs are 5 to 10 years old
42%
of the SMEs are 10 years old or older
SMEs
size
12%
medium-size companies
41%
small companies
48%
micro companies
SMEs
turnover
60%
increase in turnover with respect to 2014 and
17,7%
in the last year
BDVA
Impact
The BDV cPPP activities address Big Data technology and application research and innovation development, new data-driven business models, data ecosystem support, data skills, regulatory and IPR environments and a number of social aspects.
In 2018 supported 47 startups and entrepreneurs creating impact on revenues and jobs creations
51%
of BDVA members have contributed to the creation of new Job Profiles
BDVA members contributed with 96 training activities involving over
8500
participants
20%
of BDVA members reported its organisations perform activities leading to data/Big data Standardisation
10
labelled i-Spaces in 2018 provides Data Experimentation and Data Incubation capabilities for SMEs
30%
of BDVA members have participated to 2018 calls
33%
of BDVA members are SMEs
This infographic was build using the data collected by BDVA for the BDV Monitoring Report 2018, the infographic is brought to you by BDVe – Project ID: 732630 funded under: H2020-EU.2.1.1. - INDUSTRIAL LEADERSHIP - Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies - Information and Communication Technologies.
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