Big Vehicle Data
to Digital Services

Workshop 1.2

Wednesday 14th / 10:30h - 12:30h
Siemens Conference Center Vienna
Meeting Room to be confirmed

Session Description & Objectives

The aim of this workshop is to bring together scientists from the European big data community interested in how to better exploit the data modern vehicles (as well as consumer devices used in the vehicle) generate during vehicle operation to enable novel digital and data-driven services (e.g. pay as you drive, road quality detection, drive safety applications). The challenge to be addressed within this workshop is to discuss the benefit of linking the data generated by vehicles with non-vehicle data sources (e.g. health data, newspaper content, social media data, sports data, personal activity data, etc.).

In a nutshell, this workshop is dedicated to brainstorming digital (data-driven) services especially for non-automotive domains, which will be present in the workshop. Hence, all domains (Health, Home, Manufacturing, Maritime, Engineering, Automotive, Infrastructure, Public Authorities, etc.) are very welcome to join the workshop. Based on a vehicle data-set from AEGIS project, we’ll try to find novel ideas for digital services.

Thus, we want to work on solving the following questions:

General questions:

  • What are relevant data sources to enable the creation of novel digital services?
  • Who are the data owners?
  • How can the data (needed for digital services) be provided?

Questions related to digital (data-driven) services:

  • Who are the actors in digital service creation, and what are their end-users?
  • What are value-flows between the actors?
  • What is the role of data platforms?
  • What is the role of municipalities / public authorities (European Commission, national authorities...) w.r.t digital services?

Expected Outcomes:

  • Scoping joint application scenarios to be further elaborated together.
  • Novel ideas for digital services (mock-ups, user stories).
  • Value models showing actors, influences, and value flows.

Agenda

  • Introduction to the topic, the data-set and the workshop concept.
  • Individual brainstorming on general questions and questions related to digital (data-driven) services.
  • Hands-on workshop, discuss ideas in small groups.
  • Brief group presentations.
  • Networking.

Target Audience

  • Participants interested in designing data-driven services.
  • All domains (Health, Home, Manufacturing, Maritime, Engineering, Automotive, Infrastructure, Public Authorities, etc.) are very welcome.
Christian Kaiser
Senior Researcher at Virtual Vehicle Research Center in Graz, Austria
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Dipl. Ing. Christian Kaiser has obtained his master degree in Software Development and Business Management from Graz University of Technology and holds the position of a Senior Researcher at Virtual Vehicle Research Center in Graz, Austria.

He has gained experience in design, implementation and evaluation of application oriented data-driven software demonstrators (focusing on services and their frontend) while participating in many national and international industry-driven research projects including “AEGIS” (EU H2020), “SCOTT” and “CRYSTAL” (EU ECSEL JU). This expertise will now be applied in the dissertation titled: “Quantified Vehicles: Data, Services, Ecosystems“ as an external Ph.D. student at the University of Rostock.

Alexander Stocker
Key researcher in the area Information & Process Management at the Virtual Vehicle Research Center in Graz, Austria
Alexander Stocker

Dr Alexander Stocker holds a doctoral degree in business administration from Karl-Franzens-University Graz (2010) with a focus on information systems. He is a key researcher in the area Information & Process Management at the Virtual Vehicle Research Center in Graz, Austria.

Before he was a key researcher at the Institute Digital of Joanneum Research (2008-2013), an executive assistant to the CEO at the Know-Center, Austria’s Competence Center for Knowledge Management (2004-2009), and a business consultant for information management and technology at Datev (2002-2004).

Manfred Rosenberger
Areas of Information and Product Lifecycle Management
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M.Sc. Manfred Rosenberger BEd is a requirements engineer with a long history in the automotive industry and production. His current work is located in the areas of Information and Product Lifecycle Management. In this subject he deals primarily with processes, methods and information flows in product development.