The Speakers


Erel Rosenberg
Erel Rosenberg

Data Fusion Research Center, Singapore

Erel Rosenberg is the managing director of DFRC Group ( He has over 30 years of experience in managing the development of complex and large-scale systems focusing on data fusion, geospatial data analysis and machine-learning. He holds a B.A. in Economics and a Master's degree in Computer Science. Prior to his position at DFRC, Erel managed during nearly 20 years Correlation Systems Ltd., an Israeli research and development company specialized in Behavior Analysis, Data Mining, Data Fusion, Grid computing and a range of systems implementing C4iSTAR methodologies. As Correlation Systems’ CTO, he successfully sold the company’s product line to a leading Aerospace company. Erel Rosenberg is since 2009 the Managing Director of DFRC Group, a global start-up company operated from Singapore, Switzerland and Korea, with sales offices in Rome, Barcelona, Lisbon, Melbourne and Liverpool. DFRC Group is specialized in geospatial data fusion and analysis, DFRC delivers powerful end-to-end solutions based on meaningful information about location, movement and flow of people and objects through unique monitoring tools such as its patented LBASense mobile phone detecting sensors, software platforms and mobile applications. By passively detecting people’s flows through anonymous mobile phone signal analysis, DFRC provides relevant Crowd Analytics to retail owners, event organizers, municipalities and Smart Cities.

Kiseok Cho
Kiseok Choi

Convergence Research Center for Data Driven Solutions,
Korea Institute of Science &Technology Information

Gi-seok Choi is currently working as a unit leader of the DDS Convergence business unit of Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information (KISTI). He earned Master’s degree of Computer Science from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) and PhD degree of Computer Science at Chungnam National University. Over 15 years in KISTI, he has been serving an important role in multiple departments and teams such as ‘National R&D System Development office’, ‘Task Management Development Team’, ‘Application system development team’, ‘R&D performance information team’, ‘R&D system development office’ and ‘NTIS Center’. In term of researches and publications, he has involved in various researches. In 2002, he took part in the project of “Development of Information Service Technology”. He also took part in “Linkage Strategy between National R&D Programs and Standardization” in 2005, “Developing Integrated Research Result Information System for Korea Research Council” in 2007, “Establish a foundation for joint use of national RnD reports” in 2010, “A Study of Plagiarism Prevention System” in 2010, “2010 NTIS national RND performance information system establishment” in 2010, “Development of a Prototype System for Plagiarism Detection on Academic Papers” in 2011, “NTIS service system establishment and operation” in 2012, “Development of unimplemented tasks for the project to establish a foundation for the national policy research portal” in 2012-2013. Currently he is leading the “Development and commercialization of local pending solutions based on public data using AI technology” project which supported by National Research Council of Science and Technology (NST).

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