Lessons learnt from Data Platforms projects
The Data Platforms projects (funded under H2020-ICT-13) have been carrying out extensive work over the last years for setting up and operating platforms for secure and controlled sharing of “closed data”, both proprietary and personal data. These projects have approached the creation of such platforms by taking into account all the necessary requirements from technical, organisational, legal and commercial perspectives to support all aspects of data sharing, brokerage and trading. As the Data Platforms projects are reaching maturity (3-year of operations) it is critical to stimulate collaboration, to share lessons learnt, and to harvest knowledge and expertise to guide upcoming and future activities around the Data Spaces Programme and related community.
The first part of this session focuses on operationalising the transfer of knowledge and main assets from the Data Platform projects to the current Data Spaces Programme. This is not an activity that is starting now but is part of a long process that has been carried out through interactions with different projects and initiatives throughout the lifetime of the projects. On this occasion and taking advantage of the recent launch of the Data Space Support Centre, which will support the entire Data Space Programme, the session will focus on the knowledge that Data Platform Projects can leave as a legacy in 4 key areas: Business, Legal and Governance, Functionality and Technology and Use Cases. The second part of the session is designed as a welcome to the new research projects in data sharing in the Common European Data Spaces (funded under Horizon Europe DATA-01-01/DATA-01-03) that have the ambitious challenge of making Europe the most successful area in the world in terms of data sharing and data re-use while respecting the legal framework relating to security and privacy preservation.
Session moderator: Ana García (BDVA secretary general)
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