The Lisbon Council and International Data Corporation launch today the Final Study Report: The European Data Market Monitoring Tool Key Facts & Figures, First Policy Conclusions, Data Landscape and Quantified Stories. This report presents a set of indicators measuring the data professionals, the value of the data market, the number of data supplier and data user companies and their revenues, and the overall impact of the data economy on EU GDP.
The Lisbon Council and International Data Corporation launch today the Second Interim Report: The European Data Market Monitoring Tool: Key Facts & Figures, First Policy Conclusions, Data Landscape And Quantified Stories of the the Update of the European Data Market Study, a project entrusted in 2016 to IDC and the Lisbon Council. It brings together the research results and the activities carried out by the contractors under:
The Lisbon Council and International Data Corporation (IDC) publish the Second Report on Policy Conclusions: Data as the Engine of Europe's Digital Future. As part of an ongoing, multi-year investigation into the evolving dynamics of European Union data markets, the study offers a thorough update on the value of the data economy for the European Union and presents the innovative European Data Market Monitoring Tool, which has been updated to cover the years 2017-2018 with forecasts until 2025.
This Dataset Study accompanies the Second Report on Facts and Figures and offers an overview of the data based on which the report was drafted.
Following the First Report on Facts & Figures (D2.1) released in February 2018, this Second Report on Facts & Figures (Deliverable D2.4 of the Update of the European Data Market Study, SMART 2016/0063) presents the results obtained through the second round of measurements of the European Data Market Monitoring Tool, designed and developed under the previous European Data Market Study (SMART 2013/0063) and subsequently revised and extended in the First Report on Facts & Figures to cover the years 2016-2017 with forecasts at 2025 under three alternative scenarios.
This study addresses the topic of data commons, the idea to pool data between different entities (notably commercial entities) to provide data that can feed innovation.
A growing number of European Healthcare Systems are embarking on long-term reforms to improve outcomes and foster innovation with the ultimate goal of benefiting patients, while, at the same time, ensuring long-term sustainability of healthcare services provision.
European utilities are undergoing some of the most significant and structural changes ever in decades.
The aim of this story is to investigate how companies and organizations can generate economic, operational and organizational benefits by leveraging Big Data and AI applications in a number of different industries and vertical markets.
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The European Data Market study aims to define, assess and measure the European data economy, supporting the achievement of the Data Value Chain policy of the European Commission. This strategy is focused on developing a vibrant and innovative data ecosystem of stakeholders driving the growth of this innovative market in Europe. The main results of this study will feed into the annual reviews of the Digital Agenda Scoreboard providing valuable data and information.
The project is carried out by IDC and The Lisbon Council.
Companies and organizations alike are becoming increasingly aware that they are sitting on a huge amount of underutilized data and, thus, striving to increase its value.