PISTIS brings forward a reference federated data sharing/trading and monetisation platform for secure, trusted and controlled exchange and usage of proprietary data assets and data-driven intelligence. PISTIS will advance the available techniques and technologies, such as federated data discovery and sharing, DLTs, data non-fungible tokens (NFTs), AI driven data quality assessment and monetisation, to build trust among stakeholders and assuage their concerns. Such stakeholders will formulate a distributed network of existing and new data spaces with built-in governance brought by PISTIS to eliminate silos while accruing the actual data value and multiplying it through derivative assets in a fair and transparent manner.
- Collecting, curating, securing and fully controlling the data made available through each organisation´s data space.
- Management and on-chain storage of (multi-party) data contracts in an inherently human-understandable manner, as well as the secure peer-to-peer data transfer and usage monitoring mechanisms for apropriately retrieving, provisioning, self-serving on-demand and tracking the appropriate data “slices” according to the relevant contract provisions.
- Systematically articulating and recommending an appropriate target value of data indicatively taking into consideration the “cost” approach, the “income” approach, and the “market” approach.
- Educating stakeholders into how they can assess their data sharing maturity, proceed with data, deploy/operate the PISTIS technologies and implement an effective and sustainable data sharing strategy.
- Participate in the discussion of the platform´s framework, analysing what processes should be carried out with the data.
- Validate the project methodology in the Cuerva Group Demonstrator. The objective is to resolve congestion in a distribution network through the mechanisms based on flexibility.
- Solve technical needs of the demonstrator.
- Platform for the interchange of the PISTIS project data (joint result with the members project).
- Reports about the PISTIS methodology application to the Cuerva Group Demonstrator. It is expected to develop a methodology that increase the hosting capacity network, its participation on distributed renewable energies, and reduce the need for investment in network reinforcements.
- Articles on impact magazines and lectures in congress to disseminate the project results.
- Research in control algorithms to the flexible demand, demand response and its participation in markets.
Total Budget: 14,932,957.50 €
CARTIF Budget: 256,250 €
CARTIF Financing: 256,250 €
Duration: 01/01/2023 – 30/06/2026
Álvaro Samperio Valdivieso
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