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The Grafana project was started by Torkel Ödegaard in 2014 and has the last couple of years become one of the most popular open source projects on GitHub. They build open software, with permissive licenses. It allows you to query, visualise and alert on metrics and logs no matter where they are stored.
Kläder efter väder (Clothes after weather) is a mobile application that visualises what types of clothing are best to wear in the current weather. The application is designed for people with cognitive disabilities as they encounter difficulties is dressing appropriately for the forecast.
Tink was founded in 2012 and have turned into an European open banking platform to create value out of the financial data
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Last Friday on the 8 th of December, the data.europa academy hosted a compelling session, gathering a panel of industry experts and thought leaders to navigate the complexities of data ownership. This insightful forum focused on carefully examining specific data categories - provided, generated, observed, derived, and inferred - each potentially affected by the recently adopted Data Act on September 24th. Notably, the Data Act seamlessly aligns with the Data Governance Act , both critical parts of the broader European Strategy for Data . European Strategy for Data. Experts from different
10 December commemorates Human Rights Day , honouring the 75th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) . This landmark document, proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly in 1948, stands as a testament to the intrinsic rights and freedoms for all individuals, irrespective of race, religion, opinion, or status. This year's theme, 'Dignity, Freedom, and Justice for All,' reiterates the global commitment to universal human rights, emphasising dignity, equality, and justice across the globe. Within this celebration, the UN spearheads a year-long initiative
The European Union Agency for Railways (ERA) has taken significant steps towards its mission of fostering a sustainable and safe railway system without frontiers. At a dedicated press briefing yesterday, ERA announced the official launch of the ERA Railway Factsheets , an intuitive tool providing railway statistics and insights from several sources in an accessible format. Importantly, ERA presented its fundamental work on linked data and the ERA knowledge graph , a data architecture that reduces fragmentation and enables efficiency gains for the entire European railway sector. The ERA
Central to the European Commission's agenda for innovation and progress is a firm commitment to leveraging geospatial data and harnessing Artificial Intelligence's (AI) power. The recent report, 'Geospatial Trends 2023: Opportunities for data.europa.eu,' delves into emerging trends in the geospatial community, aiming to explore the transformative potential of geospatial trends and AI integration, reshaping the landscape of data-driven initiatives. The report emphasises the versatile applications of geospatial data in addressing global challenges, spanning maps, satellite imagery, and location