14 prac­ti­cal examp­les on more than 40 pages and a tren­dy design: The new use cases brochu­re was published and dis­tri­bu­t­ed at Han­no­ver Mes­se for the first time. “In the last year the use cases have under­go­ne signi­fi­cant deve­lop­ment“, says Mana­ging Direc­tor Lars Nagel.. “Many exci­ting pro­jec­ts have been added as well. It was about time for an up-to-date over­view.”

The con­cept of the last brochu­re was com­ple­te­ly revi­sed: the new issue offers more infor­ma­ti­on and more details about the indi­vi­du­al examp­les from real prac­tice. In addi­ti­on, intro­duc­to­ry explana­ti­ons of the uni­que sel­ling points – the so-cal­led IDS only cri­te­ria – pre­ce­de the over­view. The use case pro­cess is also exp­lai­ned in detail.

In the pre­sen­ta­ti­on of the use cases, one inno­va­ti­ve prac­tice-rele­vant app­li­ca­ti­on is fol­lo­wed by ano­t­her. Both the use cases and the par­ti­ci­pa­ting part­ners are pre­sen­ted in a clear­ly struc­tu­red way accord­ing to objec­tives, level of deve­lop­ment and bene­fits. Pro­jec­ts from Sie­mens, Audi/Bosch and Tele­kom can be found in the brochu­re as well as work by Adva­neo, FIWARE, Data­tro­niq, Set­log, Nicos, Cybus, Dataahead and Salz­git­ter AG. You can also get insights into the cur­rent deve­lop­ment level of the Medi­cal Data Space as well as the Mate­ri­als Data Space. Lars Nagel is con­vin­ced of the use­ful­ness of this publi­ca­ti­on: “With the new brochu­re we can dis­play the ent­i­re spec­trum that IDS is able to cover in prac­tice.”