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Role of Data Innovation Spaces Programme

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Wed, Jun 24, 2020 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM CEST

The concept “Data Innovation Space” (BDVA i-Spaces) was first introduced in BDVA SRIA 2014, as a mechanism to foster data driven innovation in Europe at national and regional level. I-Spaces were conceived as environments for experimentation and innovation, bringing together not only technical aspects around data, but also advanced services that allow companies to test and exploit their data driven solutions and business models before going to the market.

During the past years, other instruments and concepts have arisen in Europe (Data Platforms, Competence Centers, Digital Innovation Hubs, …), most of them sharing with Data Innovation Spaces many aspects about how to bring data driven innovation closer to industry, and more specifically to small actors (SMEs, start-ups, …).

At the same time, the BDVA i-Spaces have evolved, aligning to some extent with some of these initiatives, widening their scope and fostering collaboration to exploit potential synergies. The last step on this roadmap is the future European federation of Data Driven Innovation Hubs, that will be created under the project EUHubs4Data (starting in September 2020) aimed at improving data driven innovation at regional level based on data sharing and federation of services at European scale.

During this workshop, we will discuss about the role that these Data Innovation Spaces (i-Spaces) will play in the new European landscape combining three different dimensions (DIHs and networks, European Common Data Spaces and Testing and Experimentation Facilities), and how EUHubs4Data project could act as a link between H2020 and the new Framework Programme in terms of data driven innovation.

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Role of Data Innovation Spaces Programme

  1. 1. The role of Digital Innovation Hubs in Digital Europe programme Anne-Marie Sassen DG CNECT, unit A2
  2. 2. Building essential digital capacities Advanced digital skills • Master courses • Short term trainings • Job placements • Platform for Skills and Jobs High-performance computing • Procure exascale machines • Upgrade existing supercomputers • Quantum computing • Widen the access to and use of supercomputing Cybersecurity • Deploy competence centres network • Cybersecurity shield, quantum communication infrastructure - QCI • Certification schemes • Cybersecurity tools Artificial intelligence • Data4EU : common Data Spaces, cloud, platforms and infrastructure • Large Testing and Experimentation Facilities for Agri, health, mobility, manufacturing and AI edge HW • Scale up the European AI platform to access tested AI technologies European digital innovation hubs • At least one per MS on AI Deployments : emphasis on • Destination Earth • Green and smart communities and mobility • Continuation of investments (CEF – ISA2) • Blockchain • Enhancing confidence in the digital transformation
  3. 3. Network of European DIHs Capacity building of EDIHs: • Grant for facilities and people to work in the hub, 50% co-funded EU/MS or regions (ERDF may be used) • Access to European capacities for digital transformation in HPC, AI, Cyber • Access to knowledge and facilities of other EDIHs • Supported by “Digital Transformation Accelerator”, a central node that animates the network • Networking events • Training the hubs • Best practice sharing • Interactive map of digital capacities • …. 3