G1 and TU Delft conducted a workshop within the internal consortium on 22 October 2020 to discuss the positioning of the TRUSTS-project in the European data economy.
How will data markets shape the European industry? What are the business perspectives of the TRUSTS project? What are the benefits and risks? Bert Utermark, Partner at Trusted Data Analytics, and Hosea Ofe, postdoctoral researcher at TU Delft, tell you more.
The Commission has just put forward the proposal for the regulation on data governance with the main objective of fostering the availability of data and facilitating data sharing.
For data to be turned into new products or smart services, companies must be able to capture, store, process, evaluate, and publish data efficiently and reasonably, including a link to data from others. What prevents many companies from data sharing is a lack of infrastructures and agreements that ensure data sovereignty for both the data provider and data consumer. IDSA solved this problem.
Webinar – The core of TRUSTS: Innovating European data markets through trust, security, and federation
The consortium partners DIO, SWC, IDSA, Forthnet, G1, KU Leuven, and Fraunhofer FIT got together for the first part of the webinar series and introduced the central aspects of the project and explained how it relates to the European Data Strategy.
If we talk about data analytics and quantum computing one of the first buzz words coming to our mind are privacy and data security. Usually cryptographic methods form the basis of secure systems and guarantee that our data is safe.
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The success of a sustainable COVID-19 pandemic management depends crucially on the collection and evaluation of data. Factors such as responsibility, transparency and the willingness to strengthen democracy play a central role here. The general public must have enough trust to support data use for pandemic management. One of our partners, the Austrian Data Intelligence [...]