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On Tuesday, November 3rd, 2020, within the framework of the European Big Data Value Forum, Big Data EU H2020 research projects I-BiDaaS, BigDataStack and Track & Know hosted a joint session.

Ioannis Arapakis (TID), Jordi Luque Serrano (TID)
TID organised an online Hackathon event between the dates 23rd to 25th of October 2020, on the “Quality of Service in Call Centers”, which is a high-value use case for any company that wants to maintain a close relationship with their customers.

Dr. Ramon Martin de Pozuelo - October 6, 2020
During the Experimentation phase of the I-BiDaaS project, the virtual workshop “I-BiDaaS Application to the Financial Sector” was successfully organized on 22nd June 2020, under the coordination of Dr. Ramon Martín de Pozuelo, Project Manager at Security Innovation and Transformation team of CaixaBank.

Dr. Ramon Martin de Pozuelo - September 10, 2020
Organizations leverage data pools to drive value, and it is variety, not volume or velocity, which drives big-data investments. This trend also applies to the banking sector, and CaixaBank has been developing its own big data infrastructure over many years and receiving several awards as a consequence.

During the virtual BDV PPP Summit 2020 BigDataStack, I-BiDaaS, Track & Know and Policy Cloud joined forces in a series of 9 online demonstrations of innovative Big Data Technologies unlocking the potential of applications in domains spanning from telecommunications, transport, finance, retail, manufacturing 4.0 and health to citizen mobility and policy-making against radicalisation.