PISTIS: Promoting Trusted, Sharing and Trading of Interoperable Data Assets
PISTIS: Promoting and Incentivising Federated, Trusted, Fair Sharing and Trading of Interoperable Data Assets
|January 2023 – June 2026
PISTIS project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon research and innovation programme under grant agreement nº. 101093016.
PISTIS project (“Promoting and Incentivising Federated, Trusted, Fair Sharing and Trading of Interoperable Data Assets”) intends to create a state-of-the-art platform that offers organisations a secure and reliable way to share, exchange and monetise their data and intelligence assets. The platform uses cutting-edge technology such as federated data sharing, blockchain and artificial intelligence to ensure trust between users. With its innovative technology and user-friendly interface, PISTIS aims to break down data silos (information that is isolated and difficult for organisations to access) and create a large network where everyone can share their data fairly and openly.
PISTIS has 31 partners in its consortium, from 11 European Union's countries, where technology development and implementation based on a collaborative model will be fostered.
PISTIS aims to make data sharing between companies and stakeholders secure and monetisable, including the need to generate training material to educate them on the maturity, application and sustainability of data sharing, and to help people learn how to share their data in a smart and sustainable way. PISTIS will offer a modular environment, which can be used together or stand-alone.
To ensure the development and testing of the proposed solutions, there are 3 large-scale demonstration centres, in Greece (mobility and urban planning), Spain (energy) and Austria and Germany (automotive), involving different actors in each scenario, not all from the same sector or domain, in order to demonstrate the applicability of the solution in both vertical and cross-sectoral scenarios.
Within the project, here in Cuerva, we will lead the Spanish pilot site, involving different agents of the energy value chain such as: aggregators, market operator and technology developers. The Spanish HUB will focus on improving grid resilience through flexibility, investment deferral, economic operations between users and data monetisation, for which the Living Lab information is made available to the project.