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D2.3.2 Pre-Final Version of Sector Requisites Available

Update: Final version available now.
The pre-final version of the sector requisites, deliverable 2.3.2, is available now. Its findings on user needs and requirements represent the starting point for the development of the big data roadmap for the European sectors. For this purpose the ongoing consultations with the technical working groups on the big data value chain will be continuously cross-checked with sector representatives and against current and future developments of the big data trend.
The following sectors are analyzed:
Several developments in the healthcare sector, such as escalating healthcare cost, increased need for healthcare coverage and shifts in provider reimbursement trends, trigger the demand for big data technology.
The public sector is facing some important challenges today, the lack of productivity compared to other sectors, current budgetary constraints, and other structural problems due to the aging population that will lead an increasing demand for medical and social services, and a foreseen lack of a young workforce in the future.
The energy and transportation sectors, from an infrastructure perspective as well as from resource efficiency and quality of life perspectives, are very important for Europe. The high quality of the physical infrastructure and global competitiveness of the stakeholders also needs to be maintained with respect to the digital transformation and big data potentials.
The telecom sector seems to be convinced of the potential of Big Data Technologies. The combination of benefits within marketing and offer management, customer relationship, service deployment and operations can be summarised as the achievement of the operational excellence for telco players.
The media and entertainment industries have frequently been at the forefront of adopting new technologies. The key business problems that are driving media companies to look at Big Data capabilities are the need to reduce costs of operating in an increasingly competitive landscape, and at the same time, the need to increase revenue from delivering content.
The retail sector will be dependent on the collection of in-store data, product data and customer data. To be successful in future, retailers must have the ability to extract the right information out of huge data collections acquired in instrumented retail environments in real-time.
The core requirements in the manufacturing sector are the customisation of products and production—“lot size one”—the integration of production in the larger product value chain, and the development of smart products.

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