OPEN DEI Webinar: Joining forces to build a common European Data Space
OPEN DEI 1st WEBINAR
APRIL 30, 2020 at 2:00 pm
OPEN DEI WEBINAR SESSIONS:
OPEN DEI offers a series of free webinars that will discuss the EU Digital Transformation strategy, and how we can collaborate to be ready for it!
OPEN DEI supports the creation of common data platforms based on a unified architecture and an established standard in different sectors: manufacturing, agriculture, energy and healthcare, which represent key fields for the deployment of the EU strategy for digitalisation. In this framework, the EU-funded OPEN DEI project aims to detect gaps, encourage synergies, support regional and national cooperation, and enhance communication among the Innovation Actions implementing the EU Digital Transformation strategy.
How OPEN DEI supports digital transformation projects and stakeholders to build the sovereign Data Spaces
The OPEN DEI’s partner International Data Spaces Association (IDSA) has defined a reference architecture and a formal standard to be used for creating and operating virtual data spaces. The IDS Architecture is based on European values and commonly accepted data governance models facilitating secure exchange and easy linkage of data within business ecosystems. It ensures digital sovereignty for data owners making data available for being exchanged or shared. The Association’s members include 109 companies and institutions of various industries and sizes from more than 20 countries.
SAVE THE DATE!
DAY: Thursday 30, April 2020
TIME: 2:00 pm CET
DURATION: 60 min
In this webinar, speakers will share their views on how they propose to build a data platform and data spaces.
With this workshop you will learn:
• What OPEN DEI is about and what OPEN DEI can offer you
• About OPEN DEIs vision towards a common European data space and how IDSA may support the European strategy for data.
• The indispensable elements of a common European Data Space and how IDS the Reference Architecture Model (IDS-RAM) is setting the framework conditions to deploy common interoperable data spaces in key sectors.