PISTIS will be at the kick-off day of the Data Spaces Symposium, one of the events within the Data Week 2024 that this year will be in Darmstadtium – Science and Congress Center in Darmstadt, Germany, from 12 to 14 March.

Mihnea Tufis and Peter Brosnen from Eurecat, partner of PISTIS, will represent the project in this event focused on Data Spaces, a key step to achieve sovereign, interoperable and trustworthy data-sharing for shaping the data economy of the future.

Day1 (12 March) is the kick-off day, featuring parallel sub-events, a dynamic exhibition area with outstanding exhibitors, and an afternoon session emphasizing unity among organizations.

Data has become a pivotal asset in the digital economy, driving innovation, enhancing efficiency, and creating new revenue streams. As we delve into the era of exponential data growth, the concept of data monetization emerges as a critical discourse.  

Don’t miss the two sessions:

  • 12:00-13:00 Data Monetisation, moderated by Richard Stevens (IDC)

This panel brings together six Horizon Europe projects – UPCAST, FAME, DATAMITE, PISTIS, Enrich MyData, and Graph-Massivizer – to explore the multifaceted dimensions of data monetization. Through a comprehensive dialogue, They will unravel the value, challenges, and approaches associated with transforming data into economic assets. 

  • 14:00 -15:30 Data Value – Application in Data Spaces, moderated by Daniel Alonso (BDVA) and Nuria De Lama (IDC).

The objective of this workshop is to discuss about different current and potential ways to generate value from data spaces (with data sharing and collaboration among stakeholders as main drivers), to identify what technical enablers are needed to materialize this value generation, to hear from industry real use cases of value generation from data and data sharing, and how data spaces are contributing to them, to focus on AI / industrial AI as a paradigmatic example that can benefit from its connection with data spaces.  

The full programme is available here https://data-week.eu/2024-edition/programme-2/