Fairs & Events

March 9, 2023

Dataspace Protocol Preview

On 9th of March IDSA presents the Dataspace Protocol. We are calling developers, data scientists and data space enthusiasts: collaborate and build data spaces based on the Dataspace Protocol.

The Dataspace Protocol is a set of specifications designed to facilitate interoperable data sharing between entities governed by usage control and based on Web technologies. These specifications define the schemas and protocols required for entities to publish data, negotiate usage agreements, and access data as part of a federation of technical systems termed a data space. The Dataspace Protocol will be the foundation for technical interoperability in data spaces.

In the morning session (9 – 12 CET) we will provide keynotes, statements from data space initiatives, and connector providers, followed by the deep dive into the protocol itself. Of course, we will leave sufficient space for Q&A. The afternoon session (13 – 16 CET) provides the opportunity to understand how a minimum viable data space could be built with the Eclipse Data Space Components (EDC).

A registration is not required. Find the dial-in links below.

Preliminary agenda

Dataspace Protocol Preview – Information Session (Moderation: Sebastian Steinbuss – IDSA)

Dial in: Click here to join the meeting
Meeting ID: 389 486 072 532  | Passcode: 5UsxXw

9:00 | Welcome and Keynotes

  • General part introduction to the topic, need for standardization and interoperability
  • Data space specific part with statements from some key users of the Dataspace protocol

10:30 | Detailed presentation of the protocol components (Julia Pampus – Fraunhofer ISST, Jim Marino – Metaform Systems)

11:45 | Q&A

12:00 | Break

Dataspace Protocol – Coding Session (with EDC)

Dial in: Click here to join the meeting
Meeting ID: 390 221 237 49  | Passcode: jNQewk

13:00 | Hackathon based on MVD (Matthias Buchhorn-Roth – EDC / Microsoft)

16:00 | 5 minutes wrap up of the day (Sebastian Steinbuss – IDSA, Peter Koen – EDC / Microsoft)



Date(s): March 9, 2023
9:00 am - 4:00 pm UTC+01:00

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