Project Consortium

webLyzard technology is an Austrian SME that coordinates the CRISP project. Founded in 2008, webLyzard pursues research and development in Web intelligence and online media monitoring, drawing upon extensive expertise in the fields of Web intelligence and visual analytics, opinion mining, the Geospatial Web, human-computer interaction, and the integration of semantic and geospatial Web technology.

Complexity Science Hub Vienna brings expertise in new mathematical models using insights of complexity and data science. These models process and learn from big data to provide useful and actionable insights for stakeholders and society more broadly. It is a leading research center in the region in data science methods at the research frontier, including agent-based modelling and the forecasting of complex systems.

Austrian Central Institution for Meteorology and Geodynamics as Austria’s National Weather and Geophysical Service is an institution affiliated to the Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research (BMBWF). ZAMG provides weather forecasts and warnings, conducts meteorological, climatological and geophysical research, performs seismological measurements, and serves as environmental consultants.

nexyo is a Vienna-based data-tech startup founded in 2020 that develops technology for decentralized data ecosystems that allow multiple stakeholders to efficiently and sustainably pool and share data for different use cases without giving up data sovereignty. nexyo combines data management with intuitive data sharing and secures data sovereignty to enable data-driven business.

KDZ – Centre for Public Administration is a competence center and knowledge platform for public management consulting, European governance & urban policy, public finance and federalism, and training. KDZ offers research, consulting and training targeted to a modern public sector. KDZ is a non-profit association with members mainly from the public sector.