(Range of positions available — from Senior to Apprentice)
Location: Cheshire, UK. Full home working possible once candidate proven.
Must be in a commutable location for periodic meetings and thus likely to live within a 1 hour commuting radius
Salary: Depends on location and Seniority
In this fulltime function, you will act as one of the members of a multifaceted and multicultural team that performs this software based R&D within the context of these large-scale European and National projects. Being part of this environment means having the chance to work with state-of-the-art technologies at the heart of Future Internet, Factories of the Future, Internet of Things, Big Data and other European Industry and Technological strategic initiatives. As a senior you will report directly to the Senior Project Manager lead and CEO and for non-Senior to the relevant Senior lead.
Interested?: Please apply ASAP with a relevant CV, and a simple, short cover letter stating your current situation, your current salary and benefits, ensuring that your CV includes dates of employment; mail to: Stuart Campbell, CEO, Information Catalyst – email@example.com
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DIGICOR: The goal of the Project is to provide an open platform, tools and services that allow European companies to create and operate collaborative networks across the value chain. The project will develop novel collaboration and management concepts and implement a collaboration platform and related tools for the setup and coordination of the collaboration networks. In particular the project addresses the integration of non-traditional, small but innovative companies or service providers into the complex supply chain of large OEMs. The project will significantly reduce the burden to setup production networks and collaboration between SMEs, will shorten the time to jointly respond to business opportunities and to enter supply chains of large manufacturers and will simplify the management and control of the production and logistics execution.
RED-Alert: To fight the war against terror, Law Enforcement Agencies are increasingly relying on social media intelligence a new field of intelligence covering a wide range of applications, techniques and capabilities analysing social media data, such as Natural Language Processing (NLP), Social Network Analysis (SNA), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Complex Event Processing (CEP). Commercial tools used by LEAs focus primarily on data mining and predictive analytics i.e. visualizing and analysing data on maps through time-sequence playback, centralizing multiple data stores in one system, discovering hidden value in existing information stores, sharing data with other law enforcement organizations. The RED-Alert solution will cover a wide range of social media channels, in particular new channels such as Telegram and Periscope, which are increasingly used by terrorist groups to disseminate their content. The RED-Alert solution will allow LEAs to take coordinated action in real-time while preserving the privacy of citizens and ICE is involved in the CEP and Data Visualisation activities connected to it.
CrowdHealth: The project aims to make eHealth data from multiple sources interoperable so it can be stored in a big data platform from where it can be accessed in a standardised way for different uses. The main users of the platform are expected to be policy makers and medical research organisations. CrowdHEALTH will develop means to extract data from multiple sources e.g. hospitals, laboratories and medical research organisations. The data from the aforementioned sources is expected to be in different formats. The tools developed in the CrowdHEALTH platform will apply data interoperability and harmonisation techniques to transform the data into a standard format. The standardised data from multiple sources will be aggregated into the big data platform. CrowdHealth will develop the analytic and visualisation technologies that will process the stored big data and provide insight for decision support.