Managing and analysing huge amounts of streaming and archival data regarding the mobility of ships and aircraft in real time is vital to operational efficiency, but poses many challenges. The collaborative research effort datAcron is addressing these in new and innovative ways.
Brochure available online
datAcron organizes the 1st International Workshop on Mobility Analytics for Spatio-temporal and Social Data (MATES’17), co-located with VLDB’17 in Munich, Germany.
Here is the link to the workshop’s web page: http://ai-group.ds.unipi.gr/mates17/
Also, you can follow MATES on Twitter: @MatesWorkshop
Ernie Batty (IMISG) delivered an exciting keynote talk on how “Data Analytics enables advanced AIS applications” in MATES’17, held in conjunction with VLDB’17 in Munich. The slides of the presentation are available here.
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BRTE presents the datAcron project at the ComplexWorld Workshop – Data Science in Aviation Workshop