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Our work is based on working groups, data spaces and data circles

Working groups

Working groups enable the exchange of different experts on relevant topics within a cross-cutting theme such as “data and law”. They are the starting point for a discussion on data-specific hurdles and challenges and can lay the foundation for the emergence of a new data space.

Examples of working groups: Open Data, Starting-Up: Founding in the Data Market, Unstructured Data

Data Spaces

Data spaces contain a certain, specific domain, such as the topic of “health”. In such a data room, experts exchange information about subject-specific challenges and generate data circles to find solutions to existing problems.

Examples of data spaces: trade, geodata, mobility

Data Circles

Data circles implement a concrete data exchange in a specific application area. They are assigned to a specific domain and once again describe a sub-area. Within a data circle, added value is identified, hurdles are removed and demonstrators are created. Data circles can also be integrated in several data spaces.

Examples of data circles: Neuro-oncology, Smart Farming, Persons with Reduced Mobility

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About DIO – our mission

The key resource for the success of companies is data. The volume of data generated grows from year to year, but is often not used for relevant decisions. Reasons for this include the heavy distribution and question segmentation of data, lack of resources, lack of interconnectivity of already established data infrastructures, or simply inexperience or great respect for this important topic.
This is where DIO takes countermeasures.

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