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Introduction to Industrial Data Space Initiative

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Thorsten Huelsmann – Director - Industrial Data Space Association

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Introduction to Industrial Data Space Initiative

  1. 1. TOWARDS AN EUROPEAN INDUSTRIAL DATA SPACE THORSTEN HUELSMANN, INDUSTRIAL DATA SPACE ASSOCIATION SHARING DATA SOVEREIGNLY
  2. 2. AN ECONOMIC ASSET DATA The key focus for a data-driven economy and new business models is in linking data. SENSOR DATAMATERIAL CHARACTERISTICSMOBILITY DATAFINANCIAL DATATECHNICAL DRAWINGS
  3. 3. Interoperability Data Exchange »Sharing Economy« Data Centric Services Data Ownership Data Security Data Value WITHOUT REGRET COMPANIES WANT TO LINK DATA
  4. 4. Interoperability Data Exchange »Sharing Economy« Data Centric Services Data Ownership Data Security Data Value is the ability of a natural or legal person (=company) to exclusively and sovereignly decide concerning the usage of data as an economic asset. DIGITAL SOVEREIGNTY BUT THERE ARE EXISTING CHALLENGES „SQUARING THE CIRCLE“
  5. 5. www.industrialdataspace.org // 5 ‘‘HOW TO‘‘ DATA ECONOMY UNLEASH THE VALUE OF YOUR DATA 1. Make data available 2. Link with ecosystem partners 3. Control the access to your data 4. Create value
  6. 6. www.industrialdataspace.org INDUSTRIAL DATA SPACE APPROACH: // 6 SELF DETERMINED CONTROL OF DATA FLOWS Endless Connectivity standard for data flows between all kinds of data endpoints Trust between different security domains Comprehensive security functions providing a maximum level of trust Governance for the data economy usage control and enforcement for data flows
  7. 7. www.industrialdataspace.org // 7 TO DO LIST INDUSTRY 4.0 AND DATA ECONOMY Everything needs to be secure • Authentification & Authorisation • Usage Policies & Usage Enforcement • Trustworthy Communication • Security by Design • Techn. Certification SECURITY Connection of every data endpoint • Integration of existing vocabularies • Using different data formats • Connection of clouds and platforms STANDARDIZED CONNECTIVITY Data is being traded as an asset • Clearing & Billing • Domain specific Broker and Marketplaces • Use Restrictions and Legal Aspects (Contract Templates, etc.) DATA MARKETS Being able to explain, find and understand data • Data source description • Brokering • Vocabulary ECOSYSTEM OF DATA Typical tasks can be solved easier with apps • Processing of Data • Remote Execution VALUE ADDING APPS Trust is the basis of the IDS • Identitymanagement • User-certification TRUST 1 2 3 4 5 6
  8. 8. www.industrialdataspace.org // 8 80+ Companies and Organisations 5 Working Groups 20+ Use Cases 1 Ecosystem =
  9. 9. www.industrialdataspace.org // 9 ARCHITECTURE FOR DATA AND DATA SERVICES AN INFRASTRUCTURE FOR ALL INDUSTRIES AND DOMAINS Automotive Electronics and IT Logistics Retail and Food Health … (other Industries) Smart-Service-Scenarios Service and product innovations »Smart Data Services« (alerting, monitoring, data quality etc.) »Basic Data Services« (information fusion, mapping, aggregation etc.) Internet of Things ∙ broad band infrastructure ∙ 5G Real Time Area ∙ sensors, actuators, devices Architecturelevel INDUSTRIAL DATA SPACE
  10. 10. www.industrialdataspace.org // 10 INDUSTRIAL DATA SPACE P2P NETWORK OF TRUSTED DATA Security Data exchange Trust Certified Participants Decentral Approach distributed architecture Sovereignty over data and services Data Governance “rules of the game” Economies of scale Networking effects Open Approach Neutral and user-driven Network of platforms and services  All actors oblige themselves to play by the rules of Industrial Data Space  Actors and technical components are to be certified  IDS provides usage control for data and different tailor-made levels of trust
  11. 11. www.industrialdataspace.org // 11 A TRUSTED PEER TO PEER NETWORK FOR ALL INDUSTRIES TO SHARE DATA  Software components enable all stakeholders (defined roles) to participate in IDS  The quantity of all (external) IDS connectors defines the Industrial Data Space  Internal IDS connectors are used to link data sources in the company, to transform and to improve them. © Fraunhofer
  12. 12. www.industrialdataspace.org // 12 MILESTONES REACHED AND NEXT STEPS ARCHITECTURE Release of the reference architecture model 2.0 at Hannover Fair INTERNATIONAL Members all over the world, connected with important industry eco-systems and initiatives, major european RTOs, intense engagement in european research activities. STANDARD Foundation of a workinggroup at DIN to create a specification for the IDS connector (DIN 27070). GO LIVE Ecosystem potentially running, first products, enhancing global adoption.
  13. 13. www.industrialdataspace.org // 13 USE CASES AND INNOVATION ACTIONS MAKE IT HAPPEN ADOPTION OF INDUSTRIAL DATA SPACE Build up an ecosystem by integrating further partners (also from different domains) Setup use cases to validate and implement Industrial Data Space technology Each member or project of IDSA realizes business driven use cases ! ! + + +
  14. 14. // 14 !THORSTEN HUELSMANN & LARS NAGEL INDUSTRIAL DATA SPACE ASSOCIATION JOSEPH-VON-FRAUNHOFER-STR. 2-4 44227 DORTMUND | GERMANY +49 231 9743 619 INFO@INDUSTRIALDATASPACE.ORG @ids_association #industrialdataspace www.industrialdataspace.org Ressource Hub – Press Area – Blog

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