Phase 1 – Explore: Use Case Playbook


In the first phase of data space development, we guide you through several steps that enable you to kickstart a data sharing use case. The goal of this phase is to establish a clear scope of the use case and identify its potential impact. This is typically achieved after participating in workshops with the CoE-DSC project team and conducting market research (e.g., interviews, desk research). During this process, we help you to structure and clearly formulate your use case. You can get a glimpse of the process in our Use Case Playbook. After finishing this process, the result is a news article published on the website of the CoE-DSC.

Feel free to contact us once you have your initial idea and the first version of the completed playbook to get help in your use case development journey.


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