Use cases in: Belgium
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geoFluxus is an application that connects regional industrial waste producers with respective waste treatment facilities. It is a unique platform that maps, analyses and predicts where, how and which materials can be saved from becoming waste.
IrCELine is an air quality checker for Belgium. The website provides actual figures as well as forecasts of the levels of nitrogen-dioxide, and particulate matter (PM2.5 and PM10). In addition, a map overview classifies the current levels as very good, good, poor, or bad.
datastore.brussels is the regional platform for publishing open data and sharing data and services in the Brussels region. This platform is designed for data producers and users and facilitates and promotes the re-use of data and services. Users of datastore.brussels are free to browse the portal, search, and consult the various data and web services.
Reports in: Belgium
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Open Data News in: Belgium
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Datenkatalog BEV: Find Austrian spatial data on the data.europa.eu catalogue
A recent addition to the data.europa.eu portal is the Datenkatalog BEV, Bundesamtes fuer Eich- und Vermessungswesen (BEV), part of the Federal Ministry of Labour and Economy in Austria. It is responsible for surveying and verifying geoinformation and serves as a search service for the Federal Office for Calibration and Surveying that delivers all metadata records of the catalogue. The BEV is also responsible for creation and management of the cadaster, where all spatial allocations of property land rights and topographical surveys are documented. The datasets are sourced from various Austrian
Fourth European Big Data Hackathon!
From 2 to 7 March 2023 Eurostat organised the fourth session of the European Big Data Hackathon in Brussels, with a focus on financial transactions. Teams from all over Europe gathered to foster their expertise in utilizing Big Data sources related to financial transactions and come up with innovative ideas for products and tools that are relevant for EU policies. The Eurostat hosts the event to give data scientists the chance to help answer pressing EU policy and statistical questions. Teams compete by developing innovative approaches, applications and usable data products combining official
Learn about the key highlights of the webinar on “Harvesting guidelines single access points”
On Tuesday 28 February, data.europa academy organised the webinar “The European single access point: Harvesting guidelines for national single information points” for Member States and national policymakers. Participants got informed about the technical implementation, the implementation roadmap, and the objectives of the European Single Access Point (ESAP) on data.europa.eu. In accordance with the upcoming Data Governance Act (DGA) to be implemented by September 2023, the European Commission is required to set up a European Single Access Point where information from national single
Sign up for the data.europa academy webinar on ‘Stories of use cases: Open data for the European Green Deal’
A webinar on the impact of open data in innovative businesses contributing to major global priorities will be organised by data.europa academy on Friday 17 March at 10:00 to 11:30 CET. This is the first in a series of “Stories of use cases” webinars to better understand the potential of open data in achieving transversal strategic priorities. Based on the European Commission political priorities, the series will shed light on topics such as the European Green Deal, Promoting our European Way of Life, A Europe Fit for a Digital Age, An economy that works for people and a New Push for European