IDSA pres­ents Cer­ti­fi­ca­ti­on, Refe­rence Archi­tec­tu­re Model and con­cre­te Use Cases at the Han­no­ver Fair

At Han­no­ver Fair 2018, our co-exhi­bi­tor nicos AG show­ed 'WALL‑E'. This year they will be pre­sen­ting the “motic®-Broker for a Secu­re Data Room”. Pho­to: Julia Mal­cher

With ‘IDS_ready’, the cer­ti­fi­ca­te for a secu­re Data exchan­ge, the Inter­na­tio­nal Data Spaces (IDS) is rea­dy for com­mer­cial use in the eco­no­my. Com­pa­nies that want to bene­fit from the key archi­tec­tu­re for a sov­er­eign exchan­ge of data and par­ti­ci­pa­te in value-added pro­ces­ses can now be cer­ti­fied. At the Han­no­ver Fair, from 1st till 5th April, the Inter­na­tio­nal Data Spaces Asso­cia­ti­on (IDSA) will pre­sent the new deve­lo­p­ments to the IDS stan­dard in hall 8, booth C25.

“This is a his­to­ri­cal moment”, said Lars Nagel, Mana­ging Direc­tor of IDSA. “For the first time ever, com­pa­nies out­side of the asso­cia­ti­on will be able to use the IDS archi­tec­tu­re.” This is made pos­si­ble with the ‘IDS_ready’ cer­ti­fi­ca­ti­on which ensu­res that the com­pa­ny or orga­ni­sa­ti­on com­plies with the IDS refe­rence archi­tec­tu­re and the deve­lo­ped stan­dard DIN SPEC 27070.

Secu­re and Trust­worthy Data Com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on in IoT

“The­se data sov­er­eig­n­ty mea­su­res in IoT devices ensu­re secu­re and trus­ted data com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on in times of digi­tiz­a­ti­on and the asso­cia­ted mass deploy­ment of net­wor­ked devices and col­la­bo­ra­ti­ve appre­cia­ti­on”, exp­lains Sebas­ti­an Stein­buss, Direc­tor Archi­tec­tu­re at IDSA. The ‘IDS_ready’ cer­ti­fi­ca­ti­on pro­cess makes sure if the com­pa­ny com­plies with the stan­dard.

Using cri­te­ria cata­lo­gues, a cer­ti­fi­ca­ti­on faci­li­ty checks whe­ther a com­pa­ny and its com­po­nent is IDS com­pli­ant or not and if they can par­ti­ci­pa­te in the IDS data archi­tec­tu­re. If suc­cess­ful, the cer­ti­fi­ca­tes ‘IDS_ready orga­niz­a­ti­on’ and ‘IDS_ready com­po­nent’ will be awar­ded.

IDS Refe­rence Archi­tec­tu­re Model 3.0

The basis of the cri­te­ria cata­lo­gues is the ‘IDS Refe­rence Archi­tec­tu­re Model’ (IDS-RAM), the new ver­si­on of which will be publis­hed at the Han­no­ver Fair this year. The focus of the IDS-RAM 3.0 not only lies on the ‘Cer­ti­fi­ca­ti­on’ topic but also on ‘Data Secu­ri­ty’ and ‘Data Gover­nan­ce’. “The refe­rence archi­tec­tu­re model defi­nes the safe­ty stan­dards, con­trol and enfor­ce­ment rules for the data usa­ge and the tracea­bi­li­ty of data ori­gin”, empha­si­zed Sebas­ti­an. Addi­tio­nal­ly, the RAM also defi­nes the roles and respon­si­bi­li­ties for the data eco­no­my and data-dri­ven busi­ness eco­sys­tems.

IDS: Glo­bal Stan­dard for Data trans­fer

With the IDS-RAM 3.0 and the ‘IDS_ready’ cer­ti­fi­ca­te, the IDS archi­tec­tu­re will beco­me the new glo­bal stan­dard for data trans­fer, data secu­ri­ty and data sov­er­eig­n­ty. This offers new and broad poten­ti­al for the eco­no­my. How this poten­ti­al can be trans­for­med into busi­ness models is demons­tra­ted by app­li­ca­ti­on-ori­en­ted and cross-com­pa­ny use cases that IDSA mem­ber com­pa­nies will show at the Han­no­ver Fair.

The Use Cases

  • Cefriel: “OLOGER – i4.0 Smart Logistic” – sen­sor-based qua­li­ty moni­to­ring for goods deli­ve­ries.
  • DATA AHEAD: “TWINSTRUCTION” – Bot­tom-up digi­tiz­a­ti­on of the con­struc­tion site power dis­tri­bu­ti­on. Dai­ly use case pre­sen­ta­ti­on during the fair: 10:00 am.
  • Deut­sche Tele­kom / Set­log: “Logistics Cost Reduc­tion based on pre­dic­ted lead times”.Dai­ly use case pre­sen­ta­ti­on during the fair: 16:30 pm.
  • IBM / thys­sen­krupp / Fraun­ho­fer ISST: “Indus­tri­al Addi­ti­ve Manu­fac­tu­ring Ser­vices”. Dai­ly use case pre­sen­ta­ti­on during the fair: 11:00 am.
  • Inno­va­lia: “Digi­tal Feedback/Forward Loo­ps for Manu­fac­tu­ring Excel­lence”.
  • nicos: “motic®-Bro­ker for a Secu­re Data Room“.
  • Orbi­ter: “Smart Mobi­li­ty Pay­ment Solu­ti­on“.

Important Dates

  • 1stApril, 2:00 pm: Lars Nagel in Experts talk “Secu­re data net­wor­king with e‑standards: Fas­test Block­chain for Machi­ne Com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on and Uni­ver­sal Lan­guage for Machi­ne Lear­ning”. Hall 16, A10 (Joint sta­ge MWIDE NRW)
  • 1stApril, 6:15 pm: Prof. Dr. Boris Otto, Fraun­ho­fer ISST, in the Sci­ence Slam: “The Value of Data- On the Value of a Stra­te­gic Resour­ce”. Hall 2, C02 (tech trans­fer)
  • 2ndApril, 2:30 pm: FIWARE IDSA Booth Ope­ning with Dr. Rein­hold Achatz, thys­sen­krupp, Ulrich Ahle, FIWARE, Lars Nagel, IDSA. Hall 8, C25
  • 4thApril, 10:30 am: Lars Nagel and Ulrich Ahle in lec­tu­re: “FIWARE and IDSA: Data sov­er­eig­n­ty for Indus­trie 4.0”. Hall 8, D17 (Forum Indus­trie 4.0)
  • 4thApril, 11:00 am: Net­wor­king Event at the joint booth of FIWARE und IDSA fol­lo­wed by Light Lunch. Hall 8, C25
  • 4thApril, 12:30 pm: Tho­mas Hahn, Siemens/ Pre­si­dent of BDVA, in lec­tu­re: “Indus­tri­al AI app­li­ca­ti­ons”. Hall 8, D17 (Forum Indus­trie 4.0)

IDSA at other booths

  • Fraun­ho­fer booth, hall 2, C22:
    Use Case by Fraun­ho­fer ISST and Deut­sche Tele­kom: Low-cost IoT tra­cker that moni­tors pal­let trans­port and com­mu­ni­ca­tes with the Tele­kom Data Intel­li­gence Hub via IDS con­nec­tor.
    Fraun­ho­fer ISST pres­ents a ser­vice port­fo­lio for the deve­lo­p­ment of such data sys­tems and informs about the poten­ti­al of IDS for sov­er­eign data exchan­ge.
  • IBM booth, hall 7, C16: Use Case von IBM und thys­sen­krupp: Indus­tri­al Addi­ti­ve Manu­fac­tu­ring Ser­vices (see abo­ve)
  • High Tech Hol­land, hall 2, D34: Show­ca­se for the use of IDS with Isah soft­ware, TNO and Smart Fac­to­ry Kai­sers­lau­tern

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