The European Data Strategy mentions nine key domains in which data spaces should be created and describes the availability of large pools of data, an infrastructure to use and exchange data and an appropriate governance mechanisms as key. This framework and the concept of data spaces is based on the groundwork done by the International Data Space Association (IDSA) and its 120+ members from industry and research since its establishment in 2016.
IDSA aims at open, federated data ecosystems and marketplaces ensuring data sovereignty for the creator of the data. The sequel of IDSA LiveSessions called Data Spaces Dialogue should make clear that IDSA is the starting point on data spaces and has achieved a lot of relevant results to build future data ecosystems and the European data spaces proposed by the European Commission. On October 29, the discussion will be enriched by two remarkable perspecitves from the Netherlands. Speakers will include: Thorsten Huelsmann; Frans van Ette and Matthijs Punter.