SICK is collaborating with all of the
members in the Industrial Data Space
Association to develop a company-
neutral standard, that is to be open on
an international level. For SICK this is a
mandatory prerequisite for success.
Dr. Rober Bauer, Chairman SICK AG
Implement use cases Drive global standardisation forwards Develop architectures Design sustainable business models
The raw material for the digital economy:
Business models develop out of data, values develop out of business models, and growth and prosperity develop out of values. Industrial Data Space preserves the digital sovereignty of data ownership and forms the basis for smart services and innovative business processes worldwide. It is an ecosystem in which different participants can play by their own rules so they can implement their business models and protect their own interests – and those of their customers.
Two days with twelve sessions and interactive formats, 25 presentations, various use case pitches and more than 180 participants: these figures of the first IDSA Summit alone are impressive. The premiere from 22 to 23 March 2018 in Frankfurt / Main was a successful start of the innovative event concept.
Further information on the Summit as well as lectures and presentations can be found here.