Complete program Community Meeting Gaia-X Hub the Netherlands

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The Community Meeting of Gaia-X Hub Netherlands will take place on Monday 29 November. This event can be attended online. From 14.00 – 16.00 you will be fully informed about recent developments, current use cases and ambitions from both a European and Dutch perspective. Date: Monday, November 29 Time: from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Location: live via Teams During this event, Francesco Bonfiglio, CEO Gaia-X AISBL and Dominik Rohrmus, COO of Gaia-X AISBL will talk about the European vision of Gaia-X AISBL, the European parent organization. Bert Verdonck (Philips), Harrie Bastiaansen (TNO) and Pepijn Groen (INNOPAY) also explain various use cases that are under development within Philips, DASLOGIS and the Data Sharing Coalition. These use cases have different interfaces and all fall within the scope of Gaia-X. We end with a panel discussion on the expectations of Gaia-X. In this panel discussion, Bert Verdonck, Jacqueline van de Werken and Michiel Steltman will start the conversation.

Program 14.00 – 14.10: Word of welcome by Peter Verkoulen with an update on the Dutch Hub 14.10 – 14.30: Francesco Bonfiglio (CEO Gaia-X Europe) 14.30 – 14.45: Dominik Rohrmus (COO Gaia-X Europe) 14.45 – 14.55: Q&A 14.55 – 15.05: break 15.05 – 15.35: Pepijn Groen (DSC), Harrie Bastiaansen (DASLOGIS) and Bert Verdonck (Philips)  clarify use cases within the scope of Gaia-X 15.35 – 15.55: Panel discussion on the expectations of Gaia-X: a table discussion with Michiel Steltman, Bert Verdonck and Jacqueline van de Werken Apply here!

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Datum: 29 November 2021

Tijd: 14:00

Vorm: Digitaal

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Use cases

An overview of Use cases from various sectors in Europe for various development of Gaia-X. The use cases can be found on the website of our international Gaia-X group.

Events

An overview of the international events surrounding the development of Gaia-X. The events are on the website of our international Gaia-X group.