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Fraunhofer aims to standardise data flows

The German government has given the Fraunhofer Society €5 million to make an online data exchange system available across Europe.

The Industrial Data Space, which 12 Fraunhofer institutes have been working on since the end of 2014, allows participants to control who can receive their data and how the data can be used, Fraunhofer said in a statement on 27 July.

It is now ready for its second phase, which is internationalisation. Funded with €5m, Fraunhofer researchers will focus on the interplay between the Industrial Data Space and other projects, such as those being developed by the Industrial Internet Consortium in the United States and the Industrial Value Chain Initiative in Japan.

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