Implisense exibited at ODI Summit and Awards 2016

We were super excited to showcase our newest development ECEP at the ODI Summit in London. We demoed our newest analytical capability of analyzing specific technology and business trends in countries like Germany and UK – thanks to Open Data.

Hannes demoed our Live-Demo ECEP
Hannes demoed our Live-Demo ECEP

The project team of ECEP at Implisense listened and talked to high profile speakers such as Sir Tim Berners-Lee (creator of the World Wide Web), Sir Nigel Shadbolt (AI expert) and Martha Lane Fox (Lastminute.com founder).

Meeting Tim Berners-Lee at the Summit
Meeting Tim Berners-Lee at the Summit

Businesses, governments, charities, banks, supermarkets and many more are empowered by the web of data to become more open, more efficient and better connected. Feel free to join the event beginning on 31 October with open data workshops, followed by an exciting day of talks, stories and demos from key influencers in open data on 1 November and an award ceremony for using open data to make a difference.

Implisense exibits at ODI Summit and Awards 2016

ecep_demo_londonWe are super excited that we had the opportunity to showcase our newest development ECEP at the ODI Summit in London. We demoed our newest analytical capability of analyzing specific technology and business trends in countries like Germany and UK – thanks to Open Data. The project team of ECEP at Implisense enjoyed listening and talking to high profile speakers such as Sir Tim Berners-Lee (creator of the World Wide Web), Sir Nigel Shadbolt (AI expert) and Martha Lane Fox (Lastminute.com founder).

Meeting Tim Berners-Lee at the Summit
Meeting Tim Berners-Lee at the Summit

Businesses, governments, charities, banks, supermarkets and many more are empowered by the web of data to become more open, more efficient and better connected. The summit began on 31 October with open data workshops, followed by an exciting day of talks, stories and demos from key influencers in open data on 1 November and an award ceremony for using open data to make a difference.