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Industrial Partners, Sponsors and Professional Networks

On behalf of the organizing committee and partners, INSTICC has a great pleasure in inviting you to attend the 3rd International Conference on Data Management Technologies and Applications, to be held on 29-31 August, 2014 in Vienna, Austria, which is integrated in a set of related events that will gather more than 600 delegates.

We aim at an extensive and exciting program, to be centered around the theme “Data Management Technologies and Application” spanning all aspects of data-based applications and theoretical advances, related to business analytics, big data, data warehousing, data mining, data management, data security, ontologies, the semantic web and other aspects of information systems and technology involving advanced applications.

DATA 2014 will bring together engineers, computer scientists and world renowned experts and researchers, providing a privileged forum for showcasing your organization to an audience that is highly focused on your field of work. INSTICC offers a set of opportunities designed to support your marketing objectives, including an exhibition and demonstration area, speaker slots, and publishing materials as advertising packs.











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Current Industrial Partners:


SCITESOFT


SCITESOFT provides top-edge software development services tailored to any type of business, from custom programming services to mobile application design. We abide to the highest standards of quality in a cost-effective manner with the concern to increase productivity and a faster development time.

http://scitesoft.com/


ARMOR project


The main goal of the ARMOR project is to put together the components necessary for an ambulatory, non-intrusive Personal Health Record based System (PHR-S) for home monitoring of epileptic patients. The design addresses the needs of patients and healthcare professionals through the development of tools for accurate diagnosis (e.g. is it really epilepsy and if yes, of what type?), monitoring and analysis for specific clinical scenarios defined by the UK clinicians in the consortium. This PHR-S, as anticipated by Prof. Mark Richardson of King’s College London, would allow reliable detection of life threatening seizures by acquiring relevant data from the brain as well as several body systems at individual level and at the patient’s home, thus avoiding hospital stays and drastically reducing costs while improving the level of care and the quality of life of the patient.



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