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Book: Guide to Maritime Informatics published

“Guide to Maritime Informatics” book is now available. A great companion to dive into topics related to the maritime use case of our project. Congratulations to INFORE partners involved in this! The book is available here and online material can be found here.

16 Feb 2021

INFORE participates in the organisation of D-MMEP workshop

INFORE partner participates in the organisation of the First International Workshop on Distributed Multimedia Event Processing (D-MMEP). The D-MMEP’21 workshop is co-located with the Forty First IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems (ICDCS 2021) and is scheduled on July 7th, 2021 (Tentative) at Washington DC, USA. For more information...

05 Feb 2021

INFORE participates in the organisation of DEBS 2021

INFORE partners participate in the organisation of the ACM International Conference on Distributed and Event‐based Systems this year (DEBS 2021). The call for papers is provided below. Call for papers DEBS 2021: June 28th – July 2nd, 2021 https://2021.debs.org/ About DEBS: Over the past decade, the ACM International Conference on...

22 Jan 2021

Implementing Maritime workflows using RapidMiner Studio

This tutorial showcases how we can easily create scalable workflows for the maritime domain consisting of multiple INFORE components using the RapidMiner Studio and its Streaming Extension, that has been recently released under an open source license. This extension provides operators that allow RapidMiner users to design and deploy arbitrary...

18 Dec 2020

Best Demo Award for paper on INFORE Architecture at CIKM 2020

The demo paper from INFORE partners of Athena Research Center, RapidMiner, Barcelona Supercomputing Center and Spring Techno, demonstrating the full INFORE architecture in Life Science and Financial Scenarios won the best demo award at CIKM 2020. Keywords : interactive analytics, cross-platform analytics, streaming analytics CIKM 2020 was held virtually between...

17 Dec 2020

This project has received funding from the European Union Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 825070.

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