The IDSA Summit will take place at the Deutsche Telekom Campus Bonn, Germany. 21 interactive sessions, 17 speeches, and 18 use case presentions will impressively demonstrate that the IDS have reached the next stage of market readiness.
Main topics are the new reference architecture model 3.0 and IDS_ready, the seal of approval for a secure data exchange, which makes the IDS concept ready for commercial use. For the first time, the IDS architecture can be used by companies outside the association. This is a historic moment. A big step on the way towards a secure and trustworthy data sharing in industry and economy, of which we are not only happy but also proud.
Well-known speakers, data sharing scenarios, international hubs
In further sessions it will be about data ethics, blockchain and data marketplaces. Well-known speakers like Alexander Haid, CEO Caruso Data Marketplace, Ursula Morgenstern, CEO Atos Germany, Henk Jan Vink, Managing Director Information and Technology Innovations at TNO, Antje Williams, Senior Vice President Campus Networks at Deutschen Telekom, and many more will hold speeches.
Members of the IDSA will demonstrate trusted data sharing scenarios: for additive manufacturing (IBM, thyssenkrupp), for data trustees (Bundesdruckerei) and even for the mobility on Mars (Fiware, Innovalia).
Of course, sovereign data sharing is a “borderless” challenge. Therefore, we are pleased to have successfully founded our first six international IDSA Hubs. These will introduce themselves during the 2nd IDSA Summit and show how they intend to drive the “Internationality” of the IDSA forward.
The participation at the 2nd IDSA Summit is free of charge.
For the registration please click here: https://podio.com/webforms/20290821/1383974
For the comprehensive program of the Summit: https://www.internationaldataspaces.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/2nd-IDSA-Summit-Agenda-1.1-Web.pdf
The International Data Spaces (IDS) are a peer-to-peer network, a virtual data space that supports the secure exchange and the simple linking of data in business eco-systems on the basis of standards and by means of common governance models. IDS is managed by the International Data Spaces Association, a European non-profit association with currently 100 members from numerous industries, ICT and research across 18 countries, predominantly European.
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