Recordings and slides of our Community Meeting of May on Digital Product Passports

Recordings and slides of Data Spaces Interoperability Compass session on interoperability

In May, our Community Meeting focused on the topic of Digital Product Passports (DPPs). We delved into the transformative potential of Digital Product Passports, envisioning its implications for the future of digital product integrity and traceability. In case you were unable to attend the sessions live, you will find the recordings and slides in this article.


The status and future implications of DPPs

Sjoerd Rongen (TNO) discussed the current developments and future implications of DDPs, both in the Netherlands and Europe. He provided a summary of: Why do we need DPPs? What is going on in DPPs? What do we know regarding the solution and what do we not know yet?

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The implications of DPPs for SMEs

Minh Le (Worldline and Member of the CIRPASS Consortium) addressed the potential costs and benefits for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs), as well as the impact that the implementation of the DPP may have on SMEs through sharing the findings from a CIRPASS study.

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Standardisation of DPP

The EU regulation ‘Eco-design for Sustainable Product Regulation (ESPR)’ is about to enter into force and there is a need for standardisation of the DPP in the Netherlands and the EU. Emiel Janssen (NEN) talked about the establishment of the Joint Technical Committee 24: ‘Digital Product Passport: Framework and System’, which aims to deliver harmonised standards for the DPP System. He discusses its scope.

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What SMEs should know about EU digital legislations

What SMEs should know about EU digital legislations

Olga Batura, Senior scientist at TNO, shares some insights about the Digital Markets Act (DMA), the Digital Services Act (DSA), the Data Act, the Cyber Resilience Act, and the AI Act (which she also shared during our Community Meeting of June).