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In this section we share some stories, examples, case studies on the impact of Big Data in different sectors as Manufacturing, Retail, OpenGov etc..
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Common European Data Spaces are one of the fundamental pillars of the new European Strategy for Data, whose aim to make Europe a global leader in the data-agile economy.

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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.

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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.

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European utilities are undergoing some of the most significant and structural changes ever in decades.

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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 aim of this “story” is to investigate how companies and organizations create and measure economic benefits by leveraging data generated through business operations, publicly available data or data collected via electronic devices and sensors (i.e. IoT).

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What is the trade-off of opening up scientific data? How to enjoy the benefits while minimising the drawbacks? These questions are the core of the sectoral analysis “Opening Up Scientific Data for Innovation”.

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"The coolest thing with your data will be done by someone else". This old motto remains valid today. The very nature of big data is that they can be reused for purposes different from the one for which they were originally gathered. While traditionally the open data movement has focussed on how the private sector can create value from data held by government, the opposite case deserves also policy attention. Indeed, data held by the private sector can be used to address public issues.
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Data user companies generate, exploit, collect and analyse digital data intensively and use what they learn to improve their business. The European Data Market Study has made exciting and insightful findings about geographical and industry distribution of these companies and their size.
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The European Data Market Study Final Report was released a month ago and apart from evaluating the market itself, it also analysed numbers around how many people work with data and in which industries. Let’s take a look.