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Common European data spaces for Smart Manufacturing, Albert

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datum 16 september 2019
plaats Albert, Frankrijk
locatie Albert Borschette Conference Centre (Room 4.C), Rue Froissart 36, 1040, Etterbeek Toon locatie

Experts, companies, business associations and public authorities will come together in this workshop to discuss the challenges of common European data spaces for Smart Manufacturing.

Big Data analytics, machine learning and other technologies provide important opportunities for the whole economy. The collection of data is now part of business processes across industries and sectors. However, the use of data remains limited in many organisations. This prevents innovation actors (SMEs and startups included) to benefit from data re-use in the development of new products and services or the training of AI applications.

Within this context, the Commission intends to support setting up common European data spaces. These spaces should ensure enhanced access to privately held data, via industrial and personal data platforms. Based on agreements for the organisation of data sharing and re-use, these data spaces will materialise around concrete data sharing platforms that are being currently tested.

The workshop

The workshop will look at the specific challenges of Smart Manufacturing. It shall assess whether changes should be considered at legislative level (if any) and to what extent the setting up of common European data spaces in Smart Manufacturing can support the objective of supporting data-driven innovation in the sector.

Workshop participants will include representatives of leading companies in the field, business associations, public authorities, experts at national and EU level, etc. The workshop will have a focused discussion, inter alia, on the following questions:

  • What is needed, especially in terms of funding and enabling standards, to allow for the setting-up of industrial and personal data platforms and their interoperability?
  • What is needed, especially in terms of policies and regulatory framework, to allow for the effective organisation of data sharing, in particular with respect to Industrial IoT data. What could be cross-sectoral opportunities?

The workshop will also consider elements of future data governance including ethical considerations relating to personal data use.

Workshop agenda

Background document

Participants are informed that the event/conference may be filmed and the images of part or of the whole event may be web cast and/or recorded. Full speeches or parts of them may be reused for internal documentation or in any public communication activity or pedagogical project. Their participation to this public Conference/meeting involves the acceptance of being filmed and no restriction fee will be asked for any use or reuse of the recorded images.

Organiser

CNECT-A2

Contact information

Arian Zwegers

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Last update: 14 September 2019

Team responsible

Technologies and Systems for Digitising Industry (Unit A.2)


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