The project is looking for partners addressing the thematic area of water security in the Mediterranean basin.A data driven triple-line bottom up approach in Management of water ecosystem under climatological change conditions will be implemented. It will exploit new climate as data driven science from the Copernicus satellites, ESA earth observation satellites and GEOSS plus socio-economic and other geo-physical data integrated into CEOS OPENN DataCube or (EARTHCUBE/PANGEO) in order to generate STRATEGICAL ADVANCED MODELING&MANAGEMENT ON LINE (SAMO) READY to the implementation and to providing knowledge. Selection bigdata livinglab areas in Mediterranean countries will be taken, focusing on human centric climate- water interaction and adaptation strategy . Each of these areas will benefit from a common set of data as well as sector specific information, allowing cross-sectoral and multi-sectoral applications. Using this data, stakeholders ,society will be able to better understand the risk of climate impacts on the deterioration of water and risk of low water of arid area into the food production. This will formulate new and improved policies and innovative strategies. In addition, it will enable the stakeholders and society to support delivery of the risks of these strategies through providing better information and guidance to their own stakeholders and the communities they support.
There is a great deal of research on the prediction of climate change risks and impacts of the water resource management in the life habit in Mediterranean Countries. The Living lab based on the ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND BIGDATA ANALYTICS IN COMBINATION OF OPEN DATA CUBE Technology is our innovative solution in managing the risks of the water resource. While more is still needed in the context of understanding the process of the risks of quality-salinification and climate change, a key challenge is to translate this into awareness of what it means to different stakeholders at all levels and to trigger action to minimise the degree of climate change and, most importantly for Mediterranean countries, to be able to adapt so as to minimise the impacts on their environments, populations and economies. We will establish an innovative SAMO platform as Framework (DIGITAL INNOVATION HUB) for coordinating territorial HUB & WEB clusters and smart partnership and , leveraging informations, modelling and the risks of the climatological adaptation strategy for water efficiency including in the water resources area in Mediterranean countries .
DESCRIPTION OF YOUR ORGANISATION:
The Oxford Sustainable Development Enterprise, (OXSDE) – (formerly the
Economic Geography Research Group of University of Oxford) and BIGDATA
INSTITUTE ( BDI) is an innovative European Economic Interest Group (E.E.I.G.)
funded by University of Oxford in 2005 and registered (N.GE176) in the United
Kingdom with headquarters in Oxford and London. OXSDE has joint in 2019 with Bigdata Institute (bigdatainstitute.io) creating the Bigdata Institute in Europe located in Lisbon Portugal ,Rome Italy .
The -BDI is specialized in capacity building ,mentoring ,review platform, cloud data lake development ,project acceleration in Bigdata-Artificial intelligence-
OSDE-has over 30 years of experience in design and implementing EU funded programme,project in EU ( ERDF,ESIF,H2020) and Developing countries.
HUMAN CENTRIC DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION ECOSYSTEM STRATEGY FOR SUSTAINABLE INCLUSIVE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND INNOVATIVE JOB CREATION THROUGH BIGDATA , ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND EARTH SATELLITE DATA AND TECHNOLOGY
The project intend to promote a Water Digital Innovation Hub in the Mediterranean linked to the digital environmental data science Hub in California,Australia and United Kingdom
The Partnership for Research and Innovation in the Mediterranean Area will devise new R&I approaches to improve water availability and sustainable agriculture production in a region heavily distressed by climate change, urbanisation and population growth
The PRIMA programme is an Art.185 initiative supported and funded under Horizon 2020, the European Union’s Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.
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