Caroline Mair

By May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will have to be implemented by all companies collecting and processing personal data. This new legislation reinforces the data subject’s rights and privacy when it comes to the processing of his/her personal data. This will change how we innovate with data.

Elena Tsiporkova

Despite what you might think, there are no quick, simple, off-the-shelf data solutions. Data science is a creative process involving a lot of trial and error tasks. Data Analytics goes beyond technical skills, human, business and research aspects must also be taken into account.

Pieter Jan Jordaens
offshore windenergie, IoT, Big Data, Industrie 4.0, digitalisering, ICT

This session, which takes place on 20 April at Greenbridge Oostende, about digitalisation in the offshore wind energy sector will join players from the ICT industry - more specifically internet-of-things, IoT - and offshore energy players to reveal their mutual synergies. OWI-Lab and some project partners will also be present to contribute in function of the VIS-OWOME project.

Mark Van Pee

Wind turbines can generate electricity even in the most extreme winter weather. At least if they are made resilient enough. Designers of motors and turbines can all rely on our extensive expertise to allow electricity generation even in extreme climates.