Elli´s presentation, “Edge computing for safe and clean mobility in smart cities” was well-received by private business and the general public, who made up the majority of the audience.
Elli presented the various project she is working on as part of the BSC Predictable Parallel Computing Group and how edge computing is being applied to different critical city pilot and use cases.
She presented the Venice Personalized Evacuation Routing system case and the importance of the EXTRACT platform for helping extract extreme data from edge computing devices to then turn it into data that can be used for actionable knowledge.
She mentioned that
Workflows are common, the difference of what the BSC is doing in projects like EXTRACT, is that we’re distributing the workflows.
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