IDSA mem­bers pre­sent their app­li­ca­ti­on-ori­en­ted use cases at the Han­no­ver Fair

nicos AG pre­sen­ting their use case at the Han­no­ver Fair. Pho­to: IDSA

With the IDS_ready seal for a secu­re data exchan­ge and the latest IDS refe­rence archi­tec­tu­re model 3.0 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 will be demons­tra­ted by app­li­ca­ti­on-ori­en­ted and cross-com­pa­ny use cases at the Han­no­ver Fair.

The use cases will be pre­sen­ted by IDSA mem­ber com­pa­nies at the joint booth of IDSA and FIWARE in hall 8, C25, but also at the booths of Fraun­ho­fer, Smart Fac­to­ry KL and TNO:

The use cases

1. Cefriel: OLOGER – i4.0 Smart Logistic
Sen­sor-based qua­li­ty moni­to­ring for goods deli­ve­ries.

Bot­tom-up digi­tiz­a­ti­on of the con­struc­tion site power dis­tri­bu­ti­on from Ope­ra­ti­ons to Admi­nis­tra­ti­ons, Insuran­ce and Finan­ce. [Dai­ly use case pre­sen­ta­ti­on during the fair: 10:00 am]

3. Deut­sche Telecom / Set­log: Logistics Cost Reduc­tion based on pre­dic­ted lead times
Cos­ts can be redu­ced due to quo­te com­pa­ri­son and incre­a­sed on-time deli­very ratio; ena­b­le­ment of an opti­mi­zed capa­ci­ty and resour­ce plan­ning for logistics [Dai­ly use case pre­sen­ta­ti­on during the fair: 16:30 pm]

4. IBM / thys­sen­krupp / Fraun­ho­fer ISST: Indus­tri­al Addi­ti­ve Manu­fac­tu­ring Ser­vices
Easy access to Addi­ti­ve Manu­fac­tu­ring tech­no­lo­gy and ser­vices for small and medi­um enter­pri­ses [Dai­ly use case pre­sen­ta­ti­on during the fair: 12:00 am]

5. Inno­va­lia: Digi­tal Feedback/Forward Loo­ps for Manu­fac­tu­ring Excel­lence
Enhan­ced pro­duct per­for­mance, manu­fac­tu­ring excel­lence across the pro­duct lifecy­cle, smart defect fore­cas­ting and pre­dic­ti­ve main­ten­an­ce tasks plan­ning

6. nicos: motic®-Broker for a Secu­re Data Room
Manage­ment Of Things, Iden­ti­ties and Creden­ti­als

7. Orbi­ter: Smart Mobi­li­ty Pay­ment Solu­ti­on
Orbi­ter pro­vi­des a rea­dy to use block­chain solu­ti­on inclu­ding auto­ma­ted pay­ment and sen­sor tech­no­lo­gy for secu­re exchan­ge of data bet­ween IoT objects

8. Brain­port Indus­tries / TNO: Digi­tal inno­va­ti­on hub ‘The Smart Con­nec­ted Sup­plier Net­work’ crea­tes a 20% more pro­duc­ti­ve sup­ply chain for High Tech machi­ne buil­ding.

More use cases at other booths

1. Fraun­ho­fer booth, hall 2, C22:
Fraun­ho­fer ISST / Deut­sche Tele­kom: Low-cost IoT tra­cker that moni­tors pal­let trans­port and com­mu­ni­ca­tes with the Tele­kom Data Intel­li­gence Hub via IDS con­nec­tor.

2. Smart Fac­to­ry KL booth, hall 8, D18 & TNO booth, hall 8, D34:
Smart Fac­to­ry KL/ Smart Indus­try NL/ Brain­port Indus­tries / TNO /ISAH:  Joi­ning for­ces for world-class inter­ope­ra­bi­li­ty in Euro­pean manu­fac­tu­ring: crea­te your order easi­ly, trans­fer it seam­less­ly and secu­re­ly, pro­du­ce it fle­xi­b­ly.

IDSA is get­ting more and more Inter­na­tio­nal
More and more coun­tries are estab­li­shing coun­try hubs in align­ment with the IDSA

Alrea­dy 6 HUBS are offi­cial part­ners of IDSA

Ten­den­cy: more and more coun­tries are estab­li­shing coun­try hubs in align­ment with the IDSA in order to build brid­ges for growth in the respec­ti­ve coun­tries. IDSA would like to use the­se part­ners to dis­se­mi­na­te its stan­dard on data sov­er­eig­n­ty and data eco­sys­tems in Euro­pe and bey­ond, and to inten­si­fy coope­ra­ti­on with inter­na­tio­nal R&D orga­niz­a­ti­ons and com­pa­nies.

At pre­sent, the­re are alrea­dy six part­ner hubs (Nether­lands, Fran­ce, Fin­land, Czech Repu­blic, Ita­ly, and Spain). Three more coun­tries are about to sign the con­tract with Inter­na­tio­nal Data Spaces Asso­cia­ti­on.

First offi­cial hub inau­gu­ra­ti­on took place in the Nether­lands
TNO con­nects the Nether­lands through a Euro­pean stan­dard for data sharing – Nether­lands sign the agree­ment to beco­me an offi­cial IDSA hub

On March 18 to 20, during the Digi­tal Week in Hil­ver­sum, the Inter­na­tio­nal Data Spaces Asso­cia­ti­on (IDSA) and TNO signed an agree­ment con­fir­ming that TNO will beco­me the Dut­ch IDSA Hub, a pro­mi­sing Euro­pean stan­dard for a sov­er­eign, con­trol­led and ulti­mate­ly audit-pro­of data sharing. With the estab­lish­ment of the Dut­ch IDSA Hub, initia­ti­ves in the field of secu­re data sharing will gain a signi­fi­cant boost. The signing took place during the Smart Indus­try Annu­al Event in Hil­ver­sum, part of the Nether­lands Digi­tal Con­fe­rence.

IDSA marks iSHA­RE as an important step towards digi­tal­ly net­wor­ked indus­try

At the same time, the Inter­na­tio­nal Data Spaces Asso­cia­ti­on laid out its action plan to inclu­de the iSHA­RE data-sharing sche­me, a Dut­ch government’s Logistics Top Sec­tor initia­ti­ve to sti­mu­la­te data-sharing. IDSA’s choice for iSHA­RE is in line with its stra­te­gy to sup­port the secu­re and easy exchan­ge of data in busi­ness eco-sys­tems world­wi­de on the basis of stan­dards.