Our future digital life will gravitate more and more around data, data describing what is happening around us, when, where and why. Legacy IT-systems are managing these data but are very often organized in silos. Data interfaces to partners, be it suppliers in a manufacturing supply chain, administrations in a Smart City or partners in an energy grid are often connected by a one-to-one interface.
Data spaces are paving the way for a new way to share data between different organizations and individuals. They are replacing the before mentioned one-to-one connections and they are enabling the data driven collaboration between different partners and very flexible also with new partners which were not known before. This session will present market drivers that will present the first of its kind whitepaper on Data Spaces for Smart Cities and Territories, Mobility and other economic sectors, who will describe the why, what and how of Data Spaces, trends of the future of Data Spaces and present unique use cases that are already creating the real value for all.
14:35-14:40 Municipal DataUtility: Sovereign Data Sharing for Cities & Regions of Tomorrow – Lea Hemetsberger, International Partnerships & Project Development, Data Competence Center for Cities and Regions (DKSR)
14:40-14:45 Making Data Spaces Work For Everyone – Jim Craig, Senior Product Manager – Global Public Sector, Red Hat
14:45-14:50 Data for innovative, sustainable and user-friendly mobility solutions – Dr. Andreas Heindl, Project Leader Mobility Data Space, acatech – National Academy of Science and Engineering
14:50-14:55 Satellite data spaces for Urban Sustainability – Gaetano Volpe, Chief Executive Officer, Latitudo 40
14:55-15:00 Data Space for smart cities: an application in Italy powered by FIWARE – Lanfranco Marasso, Smart City Program Director, Engineering
15:00-15:05 Identifying trends for the future of data spaces: Minimum Viable Data Spaces – Sabine Gerdon, Business Development Manager, AWS
15:05-15:10 Trends in the development and adoption of Mobility Data Spaces – Dr. Gadi Lenz, Chief Scientist, Urban Software Institute GmbH