The frequency of global crises such as pandemics and disasters has increased, reasons for interrupted supply chains are multifold. Building shared solutions using data connections is crucial for dampening effects of such crisis and becoming more sustainable and resilient.
The Green Deal Dataspace allows for transparency in supply chains by identifying crises and their effects on participants. However, finding and using data in a sovereign way remains a core challenge. Interested parties need to know how to find services to become more resilient while ensuring data privacy and sovereignty. Additionally, creators of such services need to find initial partners to build the required networks.
The solution lies in using established, independently certifiable and interoperable standards for data sharing, such as IDSA and GAIA-X.
These standards are integrated into a unified system that allows for offering, finding, and accessing relevant data sources and services related to resilience and sustainability. The IDS solution and its corresponding connectors are basic technologies that enable sovereign data sharing within the Green Deal Dataspace.
Companies and organizations as users of the Green Deal Dataspace benefit from its data-based approach to digital infrastructure to integrate decentralized information in a protected virtual space. With this infrastructure, users are either able to apply already implemented services or to develop new services supporting our users in order to gain new insights and knowledge.
In the Data Spaces Dialogue, the users have their say, report on even more benefits – and explain why it is also worthwhile for other companies to participate in the Grean Deal Dataspace.