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Digital Dryads’ application aims to protect forests from illegal deforestation by combining aerial and multi spectral satellite imagery. The map on the application shows pixels that are forest in green. Everything that is not forest is black. Moreover, the application enables you to see parts of the forest that are allowed to be cut (yellow) and parts that have been recently cut (red). It also shows whether the forest is protected (quasi virgin, virgin or UNESCO), making it easy to spot whether the forest was legally cut or not.
Fake News Shield is an application that detects fake news for the population by scanning several sources for their credibility using machine learning. As a stand alone app, it can be installed on the users’ phone and it will show browsing history and detailed information about websites. As a browser add on, the Shield will run a scan on the search results and if the website poses a risk it will be notified.
The Open Energy project is a platform where 24 public institutions publish their electricity consumption (in kWh) on a monthly basis to make these data more transparent and enable users to monitor patterns. This facilitates the exchange of best practices, encourages energy efficiency investments, and supports responsible electricity consumption across society.
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Sign up for the data.europa academy webinar “The European Year of Skills and the role of open data”
A webinar on the importance of digital skills and the role of open data will be hosted by data.europa academy on Friday 31 March 2023 from 10:00 to 11:30 CET. It will introduce and highlight the significance of the European Year of Skills, the need for digital upskilling in the fast-changing world and how open data and data.europa academy can contribute. The European Commission has appointed 2023 as the European Year of Skills, focusing on lifelong learning, empowering people with the right tools and contributing to green and digital transitions by developing digital skills. According to the
Discover all CINEA programmes on the new dashboard!
On 30 January 2023, the European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency (CINEA) launched an online public dashboard. This dashboard provides detailed information on the Grant Agreements (GA) managed by CINEA. The goal of the dashboard is to communicate in a transparent way information on CINEA’s projects and programmes by providing public access to real-time programme-level data in an easy, flexible and user-friendly manner. The dashboard is divided into 3 sheets: overview, self-service, and glossary. The overview presents data visualisations, including interactive maps and
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