For the first time, the International Data Spaces Association offers a webinar sequel on the topic of the IDS Reference Architecture Model 2.0, in which all spectra of the IDS and the Reference Architecture are explained in a simple and user-friendly manner.
Trust in the IDS is the today´s Topic on the IDS Reference Architecuture Model 2.0 and will be presented by Gerd Brost, Senior Researcher AISEC.
The webinar which is aimed at all interested parties begins with an illustrative explanation of the respective topic and ends with an interactive question and answer session.
Please note that the capacities for participants are limited therefore you should log in in time.
Today, data is the key resource. Collecting data about users (e.g., search queries) or created by users (e.g., photos or messages) is crucial to many of the most successful businesses of our time. As a result, for many companies, it is vital to keep this resource closed. However, in other areas, a push towards opening data is seen, e.g., in the smart cities domain. Here, platforms are needed that make sharing data most efficient. In other domains, e.g., industrial manufacturing, data is still tightly locked. However, a trend shows that industrial data shall be shared with specific third parties, e.g., for specialized analytics. In both cases, enabling the monetization of using or processing of data is crucial for new business models. Data marketplaces are needed to enable these functionalities. These data marketplaces need to be capable of enabling this in a trusted and secure manner where all the peers can equally contribute and every single step is auditable. New technologies, such as distributed ledgers (e.g., Blockchain), can be used to enable such trusted data marketplaces.
Besides the ability of monetization, data marketplaces also need to handle the heterogeneity of data and facilitate to involve stakeholders to efficiently discover, exchange and finally integrate data into their applications and products. Common vocabularies and semantic data models are important features of data marketplaces in order to bridge the interoperability gap and automate data integration at scale.
In this workshop, invited experts will provide their views on the following topics:
- Blockchain approaches for data marketplaces (e.g. smart contracts, payment)
- Business model and opportunities on monetizing data via marketplaces for smart cities or industries
- Data interoperability (semantic & syntactic) for scalable discovery and integration
- Security and privacy aspects on sharing data (e.g., compliance with the GDPR)
The target audience of the of this workshop are potential users of data marketplaces, such as cities or other IoT ecosystem promoters, startups who are active in the area of data marketplaces or enabling technologies, and enterprises shaping products of the future to address the identified needs.
After the great success of last edition, the European Big Data Value Forum 2018 will be held in Vienna from the 12th to the 14th of November 2018. Save the date, stayed tuned, and contribute to shape the European Data and AI ecosystem!!! Further information will be shared soon on the EBDVF website. And follow us @BDVA_PPP and #ebdvf18. The dialogue continues…
On November 21 – 22, 2018 the Innovation and Networking Days will be hosted in Torino by the LINKS Foundation, following the two previous successful editions held in Bonn in 2013 and 2017. The event is co-organized by ISMB and by the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Information Technology (FIT).
The Innovation and Networking Days allow Innovators from industry, research and public administrations to meet, share, network and discuss different facets of a broad topic that, in this edition, will be How Information and Communication Technologies can support environmental sustainability of production, products and services.
The event unfolds through two consecutive half-days organized around inspirational speeches and technical presentations, informal discussions at World Café and networking opportunities.
You can find the preliminary Agenda here.
Join the FIWARE Community in Málaga for the first FIWARE Tech Summit and discover how our technology can help you code, hack, and build your way to success!
Be there when leading developers, startups and corporates from the worlds of Open Source, Smart Cities and Internet of Things come together, share experiences and create the future.
More information will follow soon.