FINAL Program: March 3rd 2015, noon-16.00 1200, Registration 1200-1600, FluidOps Room, test Optique access and streaming technology, learn new capabilities; http://www.fluidops.com/en/ Learn and try out software under supervision Get your own ALPHA Package (try-out-demo) 1200-1600, UiO Room/Open area Interview experts about your Big Data issues, get a first assessment, come prepared Network with Optique Partners […]
Engineers in industry spend a significant amount of their time searching for data that they require for their core taks. E.g., in the oil&gas industry, 30–70% of engineers time is spent looking for and assessing the quality of data. (Crompton, 2008)
Numbers provided by Optique partners Siemens and Statoil suggest that Optique could free up a substantial amount of expert time annually in these two companies alone. The potential benefit from a more effective analysis of the data will be even higher.
The project will provide a semantic end-to-end connection between users and data sources. The Optique platform will feature an intuitive, general, but adaptable end-user interface. Data can be integrated from multiple, also streaming, data sources, with the possibility for large-scale parallel cloud processing and storage.
The Optique project brings a unique combination of technologies to bear on Big Data challenges: An end-user-oriented query interface; scalable query rewriting from the end-user to the source vocabulary; temporal and real-time continuous stream processing; scalable storage and query evaluation using elastic clouds.