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TRUSTS Consortium met in person for the 6th plenary meeting
On the 1st and 2nd of June 2022, the Consortium of the EU-funded H2020 TRUSTS project ‘Trusted Secure Data Sharing Space’ held its 6th Plenary Meeting that brought together 38 representatives from 17 consortium partners combining their knowledge and experience from research and business.
The meeting was held on a hybrid format (i.e., physically, and virtually), organised by Data Intelligence Offensive (DIO) partner, and hosted in Vienna by Accenture, under the leadership of the Project Coordinator, Ms. Alexandra Garatzogianni representing the Leibniz University of Hannover (Germany).
The restart of the physical meetings came at a vital moment for TRUSTS, just 6 months prior to the project’s completion.
eBOS R&D Project Manager Ms Gianna Avgousti and Senior Project Manager Mr. Christos Skoufis, participated in the discussions, related mainly to the lead work package based on the demonstration of the TRUSTS platform and the lessons learnt of the three business-oriented use cases. Additionally, eBOS participated in the discussions for:
- Reviewing the overview and the effort of all partners since January 2020.
- Analysing and discussing the two cycles of the TRUSTS use case trials and their lessons learnt compilation.
- Examining and reviewing dissemination, communication, exploitation, and business planning activities.
- Preparatory activities for the final EC review (February 2023).
TRUSTS plenary meeting was followed by the ‘Data Spaces & Semantic Interoperability’ workshop on Friday, June 3rd, discussing (semantic data) interoperability for data spaces, embracing (i) data space use cases, (ii) requirements for interoperability, (iii) existing and new standards in the field, (iv) technical solutions in place and in development, (v) working and proven tools & technologies, as well as (vi) legal issues and licenses, besides other topics.
The TRUSTS project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 871481.