Small Big Data Congress 2017

Den Bosch • 05 Oct 2017

On the 5th of October 2017, TNO, in collaboration with the Big Data Value Center, organizes the fourth Small Big Data Congress! This congress aims at providing an overview of practical and innovative applications based on big data. Do you want to know what is happening in applied research with big data? And what can already be achieved through big data? Then please attend our congress!

Program and topics

After two keynote presentations, series of three-minute pitches rapidly take you through the latest insights and advancements about big data in the Netherlands. Topics such as new algorithms and their applications, solutions to address ownership of big data, data quality and metadata management and innovative business models of big data will be highlighted. By providing a platform for both usual and unusual suspects, the Small Big Data Congress aims at creating unexpected combinations between industry, government and research. The precise planning of the program is still under development. To get an impression of last year’s Small Big Data Congress, please take a look at our program booklet and our YouTube channel.

Small Big Data Congress 2016

Call for pitches

The Small Big Data Congress offers SMEs, larger companies, governments and research institutes the opportunity to share their latest innovations and connect with potential partners and customers. This can be done during a 3-minute pitch for which a few more places are available. Curious? Check out the Call for Pitches for more information. There is also the possibility to give a demo. For more information, please contact Catelijne Rauch, catelijne.rauch@tno.nl.

We hope to see you on October 5th!

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