Datadrive lab on ICE (D-ICE)

Reference number 2016-04318
Coordinator RISE Research Institutes of Sweden AB - SICS NORTH SWEDISH ICT AB
Funding from Vinnova SEK 1 417 565
Project duration November 2016 - August 2018
Status Completed
Venture Data-driven innovation
Call Data-driven labs 2016

Purpose and goal

The overall objective of the project has been to establish a collaboration arena for data-driven research and innovation for Swedish industry and society. This goal can be said to be met with a good margin when, besides providing this development arena during the course of the project, we found a way to provide this sought-after function to our stakeholders in a long-term perspective. In addition we have helped to spread information and increase the competence of data-driven business development by conducting seminars during the project.

Expected results and effects

For data owners: improved products, production, business models, deliveries or sales. For data scientists: opportunities for new business and development of service portfolio towards data owners For ICE: developed offer and increased analytical skills National: contribution to keeping Sweden at the forefront of data-driven development Overall, the outcome of the expected effects is good for all stakeholders. We have great expectation for what we could achieve in a possible follow-up project.

Planned approach and implementation

The project has used the research data center ICE, as well as the Hops platform developed within SICS, as main resources. These, together with a number of tools and software, have formed the digital development platform for D-ICE. Scania and Mobilaris have participated as data owners and pilots in the project. Two seminars have been conducted by the D-ICE project; "New Business with Data Analysis" as well as "Let AI and Machine Learning Increase Your Business". The project set-up has worked well. Desirable for any follow-up project is to also include pilots with less digital maturity.

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