The 2nd day of the European Data Forum 2013 in Dublin, Ireland started with a very interesting keynote talk by Knut Sebastian Tungland (Chief Engineer IT at Statoil) giving insights about the challenges that Statoil are facing when working at the bottom of the sea and how the understanding of the available data can help to work more efficiently and how to avoid accidents for humans as well as for the nature.
The first day of the European Data Forum 2013 (EDF2013) took place today on 09 April 2013 at the Croke Park Conference Center in Dublin, Ireland. Starting at 09.00am the event programme was full of great keynotes and presentations, an executive panel on big data with 6 participants took place as well as tutorials and lots of discussions and networking around European data economy issues.
The European Data Forum 2013 in Dublin will start in about 24 hours from now, thereby the final preparations are taking place and participants are starting their travel from all over Europe to the capital of Ireland to discuss the challenges, potentials and solutions for big data and data management the coming 2 days at the Croke Park conference centre in Dublin!
EDF2013 Keynote: Ingo Brenckmann of SAP about the 'Need for Speed on Big Data'
Ingo Brenckmann is Senior Development Manager at SAP HANA Product & Strategy at SAP AG. His keynote at EDF2013 takes place on Day 1 (09.04. 2013), 16:15-16:45pm in the main track of the Data Forum. The talk explains the need for speed when it comes to big data.The talks examines the different meanings of speed, and how they impact business. It highlights the alternative approach taken with in-memory computing, and explains the empowerment originating from true speed on big data, based on real world examples.