Take part in the survey on the Data Space for Smart and Sustainable Cities and Communities

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Gabriela Ruseva
Project Coordinator

The Data Space for Smart and Sustainable Cities and Communities (DS4SSCC) initiative invites you to take part in a survey, launched as part of the ongoing work of the data space for smart and sustainable cities and communities led by OASC with Eurocities, ENoLL, the Fiware Foundation, AIT, and CCIS. The gathered input will provide the DS4SSCC team with an overview of the current landscape of data-sharing mechanisms and initiatives across Europe.

The findings will directly feed into creating the governance and technical building blocks of the data space. They will be accompanied by a Roadmap to establish the data space that will provide input for the governance, technical building blocks, and actual establishment of the data space.

The survey takes approximately 30 minutes to complete. Please provide your answers here by 31 January. All signatories and supporters are welcome to have their say.



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