Big Data is now invading in every aspect of our daily life and promise to revolutionize our existence. It is “the next frontier for innovation, competition and productivity” as said McKinsey Global Institute.
Big data provides an opportunity to find insight in new and emerging types of information constructions. How will you take advantage of this opportunity? Big Data definitely presents a number of challenges related to its complexity, heterogeneity, and immensity. Many of these novel challenges necessitate rethinking various aspects of information processing philosophy, data management platforms, and computing methodologies in science, engineering, medicine, and business.
We believe that appropriate investment in Big Data will not only lead to a new wave of fundamental technological advances that will be embodied in the next generations of Big Data management platforms, systems, and products, but also has the potential to create huge economic value in the world economy for years to come.
COM.BigData 2014 is the 1st International Summits on Big Data Computing on Aug. 4-6, 2014 in Washington DC and online COM.* Virtual Conference (COM.* VC) in conjunction with COM.Geo 2014 and COM.DriverlessCar 2014 Summits.
"Big Data" Keynotes and Emerging Tech Panels in the Past Conferences
Google Big Data
Storytelling through Interactive Maps
Oracle Big Data and Advanced Spatial Analytics
OGC OGC Standards and Big Data Analytics
NASA NASA World Wind Infrastructure for Spatial Data
Nokia Big Data Computing for Traffic Information by GPS Sensing
COM.Geo & GWU On Clusterization in "Big Data" Streams
ICF Computational Intelligence and Neuromorphic Computing Potential for Geospatial Research and Applications
Microsoft To the edge of the Universe and back again: The evolution of the WorldWide Telescope and the ideas that inspired GeoFlow
Selected Emerging Tech Panels
Cloud Computing & Big Data Computing
Microsoft, Nokia, Booz Allen Hamilton, FAA, COM.Geo/GWU, Intelesense Tech.
Realizing the Geospatial Potential of Mobile, Internet of Things (IoT), and Big Data
OGC, Microsoft, Oracle, Skyhook Wireless, GE Energy, Intelesense Tech.
Big Data Computing for Defense
ICF, Army, Air Force, Booz Allen Hamilton, COM.Geo, Intelesense Tech.
Big Data Computing for Transportation
U.S. DOT, USGS, Nokia, etc.
This summit offers a timely venue for researchers, government decision-makers, and industry partners to present and discuss their latest insights, challenges, and results in big data computing. Relevant topics include but are not limited to:
Big Data Challenges and Trends
Big Data Theoretical and Computational Models
Big Data New Data Standards
Big Data Acquisition, Integration
Big Data Infrastructure
Big Data Management
Big Data Analysis and Interpretation
Big Data Knowledge Discovery
Big Data Searching and Mining
Big Data Visualization
Big Data Security & Privacy
Big Data Business
Big Data Defense
Big Data Transportation
Big Data and Smart Cities
Big Data Education
Big Data Bioinformatics
Big Data Other Applications
Manuscripts in PDF format must be electronically submitted for peer-review in IEEE standard-format. Accepted work will be published by IEEE for world distribution. For detailed submission instructions, please visit the above links to the corresponding submission types.
Submission Deadlines and Important Dates
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