Industry 4.0, artificial intelligence, cloud computing: The automation and networking of all living and working areas are establishing new business models in all sectors and are changing corporate structures. The basis for this interplay of services is the exchange of data.
The International Data Spaces (IDS) are intended to create a framework for a digital, networked economy and a virtual data space that supports the secure exchange and simple linking of data based on standards. The initiative was founded by several ministries together with representatives of research and business and now comprises 80 members. Deutsche Telekom has been an active member since the beginning of the year and is regarded as the first implementation of the reference architecture.
To find out more about the IDS, continue reading HERE.
Immerse yourself in the exciting world of metalworking at EMO 2019. The Data Ingelligence Hub team invites you and provides you with a free ticket.
T-Systems with its Data Intelligence Hub is part of the Daimler EDM CAE Forum and this year it's all about communication, cooperation and inspiration.
Deutsche Telekom is inviting you to the IDSA Summit from June 25 - 26, 2019. Read the agenda and take part at the event in Bonn.
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