ahedd is participating in the AgriSpace4Trust experiment that will create data hubs to exploit data collected by weather stations or agro-environmental sensors and then, open them to a broader local community, enabling an effective and fair presumption of data services.
i4Trust Experiments will create a positive and long-lasting impact around Data Spaces. 13 European experiments – originating from Spain to Finland – that were selected as part of the i4Trust first open call, are now running. Formed by one DIH and at least three SMEs, the chosen consortia are fully supported by i4Trust’s key partners who guide them through the implementation, testing, piloting, and scaling of their services.
Watch below the AgriSpace4Trust experiment interview to learn more:
About i4Trust: i4Trust aims to support different players in the creation of Data Spaces by relying on common standard-based mechanisms for data interoperability, data value creation, as well as data sovereignty and trust. SMEs and DIHs – spanning across a wider variety of regions and sectors in Europe – have been invited to contribute with innovative experiments toward supporting a sustainable Data Economy. In total, the initiative will mobilise 5.8 million euros to boost data sharing and facilitate SME innovation capability through the creation of Data Spaces. For further information, visit the website.