If you’re interested in new solutions to the challenges of data portability, sovereignty, transparency, compatibility and interoperability, you can’t miss DAPSI final event #2!
Mark on your calendar: DAPSI Innovation Showcase will take place on February 2nd from 10 am to 1 pm CET.
The event will be opened by Jean-Luc Dorel, NGI Programme Officer at European Commission and host Karolina Mojzesowicz, Deputy Head of Unit Data Protection at European Commission, as keynote speaker.
Then, the 2nd cohort of the DAPSI supporting programme will present the 14 winning DAPSI projects, moderated by Miguel Gonçalves, EU projects manager, F6S:
- CoCEM: Cloud computing enables seamless data access across multiple devices, collaborative work and centralized data storage.
- CryptPad: CryptPad is built to enable collaboration while keeping data private
- DASI Breaker: DASI Breaker is a semantic open interoperability solution to break down data silos and enable the development of data portability applications and services with native support for RDF and SPARQL
- EPPD: The EPPD project will research relevant criteria for comparing e-mail providers for use with Delta Chat apps.
- iDISS: this project is to enhance data portability of standards for any structured data (XML) by providing tooling and methodology to the standardization groups
- Maemo Leste: Maemo Leste aims to provide a free and open source “Maemo” experience on mobile phones and tablets.
- MyEnergy.ai: Personal energy data service portability and innovation platform
- Orvium: Orvium is an open access and multidisciplinary publishing platform for scientific and academic publications.
- PDS migrator: PDS migrator aims to make it very easy to move your data between providers
- PostmarketOS: PostmarketOS replaces the operating system on many Android and Linux-powered smartphones and tablets, giving them new life long after manufacturers have stopped supporting them
- Rulebook: The rulebook is an open-source API that will interact with those open legal objects to build the contract between the person, the intermediary, the exporting organization and the importing organization for each data transfer and data portability request
- SCoP: Create an open, secure and resource efficient infrastructure to engineer a modern basis for open messaging (for existing and emerging protocols) using type-safe languages and unikernels
- TDIP: The scope of the project is to fulfil the end-user (driver) needs with a special focus on data control, privacy and data transfer between different telematics systems.
- XPORTA: Improving access and portability of XMPP accounts between providers.
The event will end with a round table about DAPSI first batch project success stories with a panel of experts and former DAPSI winners:
- Mehdi Medjaoui, CEO, Alias
- Carola Compá, VP business developer, DPella
- Philippe Page, Chair of the Board of Trustees, Human Colossus Foundation
- Françoise Prêteux, Director of Research and Economic Development at the Institut Mines-Télécom Business School and Vice Chairewoman of Cap Digital (to be confirmed)
- 10:00 – 10:35 CET: Opening session by Jean-Luc Dorel, NGI Programme Officer at European Commission and keynote by Karolina Mojzesowicz, Deputy Head of Unit Data Protection at European Commission
- 10:35 – 10:45 CET: Break
- 10:45 – 12:15 CET: DAPSI projects’ pitches
- 12:15 – 1:00 CET: Roundtable & wrap-up
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