The National Access Point for Mobility Data (NTM) aims to make mobility data in the Netherlands available, usable and reliable through one entry point. Why is this important? And what steps is the NTM taking to achieve this goal?

The Gaia-X 4th Summit, Gaia-Xcelerate, took place under the auspices of the Spanish Presidency of the Council of the European Union and in partnership with Gaia-X Hub Spain, on 9 and 10 November in […]

During our latest Community Meeting, Erik Langius, Senior Integrator & Project Manager at TNO, elaborated on the need for a European federated cloud infrastructure that enables organisations to freely shift their data across several cloud providers.

On Wednesday the 11th of October, the Centre of Excellence for Data Sharing and Cloud (CoE-DSC) together with National Innovation Centre Privacy Enhancing Technologies (NICPET) organised an event about Privacy […]

Ulrich Ahle will be the new CEO of the Gaia-X European Association for Data and Cloud AISBL as of 1 November 2023. He succeeds Francesco Bonfiglio, who had been leading the non-profit association for almost three years.
In July, we facilitated an exploratory workshop on using privacy enhancing technologies (PETs) in the contexts of Open Science. In this article, we share insights with you.
Data insights offer great value potential, but decision makers often face data sharing barriers to fully capture this. A CoE-DSC whitepaper clarifies how they can use Privacy Enhancing Technologies to reap this value by reducing barriers.
Can you encourage people who depend on WMO (Social Support Act) transport to choose public transportation more often if you offer them a free public transport pass? This was the central question of the MaaS (Mobility as a Service) pilot ‘Inclusive Travel’, which was set up by our participants Publiek Vervoer and Roseman Labs.
According to Ronald Cornet from Amsterdam UMC, patients or their family should be able to easily give consent to share their data via one platform. As part of our ‘Data sharing in practice’ series, we spoke with Ronald about data sharing challenges.
The mission of our participant IKNL, an independent knowledge institute for oncological and palliative care, is to reduce the impact of cancer. To achieve this, it collects data and makes it available for research and statistics.
One of the key aspects of the success, adoption and scaling of data spaces is the direct involvement of end-users and data space service providers (SPs). We conducted market research to gain insight into positioning and offerings of service providers and their stance towards and response to EU regulations.
Legal experts from Pels Rijcken’s Innovation, Privacy & Technology (IP&T) team, together with technical experts from Linksight and TNO, explore the legal aspects (in relation to the technical aspects) of deploying Multi-Party Computation in the public domain.
Our participants Knights Analytics and Roseman Labs tested the performance of their Entity Resolution technology combined with Multi-Party-Computation to improve financial crime detection by enabling banks to generate combined views on transaction patterns and the entities involved.
This report covers the potential of Multi-Party Computation to improve the monitoring processes of regional care in the Netherlands.
We take the initiative to update the European data spaces overview and developments on a yearly basis. Our aim is to understand what the main initiatives are, what the decision making entities are and what mechanisms are in place to influence the decision making.