Real Systems, Real Standards – Connect to all the Technical Specifications for Implementing IDS

Unlocking the power of data across the globe takes brains, and here’s where you’ll find the brains of our operation. Next-level, federated data exchange ecosystem blueprint – check. Super-secure connector design – check. DIN SPEC pursuant to becoming a global standard – check. Rigorous, transparent certification process based on European values and standards – check. But don’t take our word for it. It’s all here so you can… check
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The IDS Reference Architecture Model 

Data is rapidly becoming business’s most valuable asset — but it can only deliver on its full value when you put it into use and share it in ways that you, as the data provider, determine and control. International data spaces (IDS) are where this kind of trustworthy, self-determined exchange can happen, and our Reference Architecture Model (IDSRAM) sets the standard for building data-driven ecosystems, products and services. Here’s where you’ll find everything you need to know to get started.

IDS Components

The IDS Connector and other key components for making IDS a reality for your business are ready for implementation. Read all about them here.

DIN SPEC 27070

Globally networked production processes demand data exchange that transcends company and sector boundaries. DIN SPEC 27070 specifies the requirements and a reference architecture of a trustworthy gateway for the exchange of industry data and services based on mutually agreed-upon rules and constraints. The next steps are to make this DIN SPEC an international standard — an ISO standard.

Certification

Our goal is to establish international data spaces that guarantee data sovereignty and safe collaboration between partners. The foundation of IDS is trust, which must be established through a rigorous, transparent certification process. Find out more here.

Learn more about certification$

Our keyword is data sovereignty–the IDS architecture ensures data sovereignty for those who make data available in data ecosystems. This means that data providers always keep control. They decide who uses their data for how long, for which application and according to which terms & conditions. 

Sonia Jimenez Moreno, Senior Consultant Programme & Stakeholder Management, IDSA

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