Articles Tagged ‘Data’

The UK Data Economy After Brexit Breakfast briefing

Join Digital Catapult for a morning of discussion and debate with a panel of experts, on the "UK Data Economy after Brexit" report. Our report considers the opportunities and risks for our data economy post-Brexit, posing four extreme scenarios as a stimulus for discussion and debate.

Michele Nati

MyData 2017 – Global landscape session

Data has always been the lifeblood of any organisation and an integral part of the UK and global economy. Fresh from presenting at the MyData 2017 conference, Michele Nati, Lead Technologist on Personal Data and Trust at Digital Catapult talks about topics presented and key learnings. And the value of data is increasing. Organisations have […]

Digital Catapult Seagate challenge Framing

Data deluge: Allowing manufacturing to see the wood from the trees

Michaela Muruianu, from Digital Catapult’s innovation team outlines how data and technology are transforming our manufacturing industry. The devil is in the data Manufacturers today have their assets fitted with multiple sensors capturing production and performance data. Yet, in spite of this abundance of data, organisations are struggling more than ever to derive valuable insights that […]

Digital manufacturing: Industrial IoT and analytics

Join Digital Catapult Centre Yorshire as we ride the IoT Analytics wave and get connected to the people and technology in this space. The event specifically covers how the advancements in connectivity through the Internet of Things (IoT), together with new ways to collect and analyse data can be applied to the manufacturing industry.

EU GDPR: understand the key concepts and implications for data privacy

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect on 25 May 2018. This is the most significant change to impact data privacy laws in the last 20 years. The legislation aims to harmonise laws across Europe and impact any company doing business within the continent, regardless of where it is based. Companies need […]

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