DAPSI has supported 46 top-notch projects in the data portability field so far, selected through three open calls:
- Open Call 1 projects (2020/2021) have finished their journeys, delivering different success stories that you can meet in the Resources area
- Open Call 2 projects (2021/2022) have finished their journeys, delivering different success stories that are being presented in the Resources area.
- Open Call 3 projects (2022) are currently in the first phase of the programme, developing a proof-of-concept related to their proposed solution, with coaching support.
Click on the projects displayed below to learn more about these innovative solutions, the teams behind them and their main achievements.
CLISK aims at developing an open-source personal robot system to easily retrieve your data, on your request, on your device.
Allow organizations to process personal data without having to access or collect it on their systems based on the user’s consent through the “Data Cage”.
Technical implementation of diabetes data sharing and interoperability.
Project will research and implement end-to-end encryption for the /e/ cloud, so that data migration and data sharing become more secure for users.
Development of a selection of missing interoperability features in LibreOffice Technology & Collabora Online.
Portability and interoperability of hardware designs through new Open Know-How standards and tools.
Analysis and standardization of user provisioning for email and groupware systems and services.
An open source personal knowledge server, powered by Atomic Data.
Generating profit from Semantically enabled Control and Portability of Personal Data.
Self-aware data security for digital data sovereignty.