CEN, CENELEC and ETSI to hold a Workshop on standards in support of the industrial data value chain

The three European Standardization Organizations - CEN, CENELEC and ETSI – are proud to host the stakeholders’ engagement workshop ‘Standards in support of the industrial data value chain’ on 28 September, from 14.00 to 17.30.

The event will take place online and will bring together high-level representatives from industry, EU institutions, standardization and civil society to explore how standards can support the industrial data value chain.  


Indeed, the use of data has changed the way most businesses operate worldwide, ranging from traditional sectors to new emerging technologies, by supporting core processes or delivering insights to improve efficiency. Industrial data is key to the success of a harmonised Single Market and European competitiveness in the global market. As such, it is a highly strategic field that will provide the foundation of the next wave of digitalisation in Europe.


To fully benefit from the added value of industrial data, European stakeholders need a common approach that enables trust, quality and interoperability along the entire data value chain. These are issues already tackled by GAIA-X, the European Association for Data and Cloud, on which CEN, CENELEC and ETSI want to expand together with the participants: the objective is to identify the cross-sectoral gaps and opportunities for the development of new industrial data standards in a global context.


Registrations are open until 24 September 2021.


For the full programme and to register, please visit the dedicated webpage.




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