Fairs & Events
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IDSA regularly sponsors events, live sessions and workshops related to building the data economy of the future. Stay up to date on when they’re happening and how to join here.
March 6, 2024
This event will be presented in German, introducing which tools already exist in the data economy, how they are used, and what concrete business models look like. Member companies from the machine-related software industry in particular receive first-hand information here and can use this as a basis to develop a strategy for their own actions in the new data economy.
March 7, 2024
Join us on our Q&A Session,where we will take you on the journey from becoming an IDSA member to successfully running a data space. We will focus on the benefits that IDSA and the International Data Spaces bring you. And we will tell you how you can co-create the IDS standard and leverage IDS technology. How to convert your application scenario into real business models and what steps you need to take to transform your business model into a secure and sovereign data space.
March 12, 2024 – March 14, 2024
After the incredible success of the 2023 edition in The Hague, the DSSC and the DSBA – IDSA heavily involved in both consortia – are set to deliver a breathtaking event. The 2024 edition, taking place in Frankfurt, will show endless market-ready use cases and advanced technology solutions for existing and future data spaces. Similarly, it will showcase the pivotal work done by the Data Spaces Support Centre in providing a solid blueprint for common European data spaces, acting as a cornerstone of the European Data Strategy.
May 14, 2024
In order for companies and organizations to share their data with confidence, they need a technical infrastructure – and this is where data spaces come into play. The term describes inclusive and interoperable virtual ecosystems in which data is shared and processed without actors losing sovereignty over their data.
September 29, 2024 – October 1, 2024
Industry 4.0's array of diverse technological advancements is increasingly captivating the attention of industrial firms. The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) stands out as a pivotal driver, delivering a spectrum of benefits to companies. Through digitization, connectivity, and data utilization, IIoT enhances operational efficiency, productivity, and innovation within industrial settings.