Sovereign data sharing in individual Data Spaces enables new, digital business models.
We provide the infrastructure for this through our Data Spaces Solution Building Blocks:
A powerful data management (Data Catalog), a global platform for data monetization (Data Marketplace) and a high-performance solution to enable secure multi-party-computation and data analysis as well as flexible machine learning (Trusted Data Hub).
In 2002, Ebcot GmbH, an IT development start-up and spin-off of a research institute at RWTH Aachen University, was founded in Aachen.
In 2016, the company moved to Düsseldorf and, at the same time, changed its name to ADVANEO, a reorientation towards the growth market of digital transformation.
23. 04. 2020
First “Data Sovereign” Marketplace – Press Release
On April 27, ADVANEO, an IT company in the field of consulting and implementation of digital transformation, officially presents a newly developed data marketplace. This follows an intensive test phase lasting almost three years for the offer of a data marketplace that clearly stands out from the rest: The focus is on absolute data sovereignty, which is guaranteed to all marketplace participants.
06. 03. 2020
DEMAND – Perspectives of data economy
Das vom BMWi initiierte Projekt DEMAND entwickelt konkrete Lösungen für praxisnahe Architekturen, Vorgehensmodelle und Werkzeuge, basierend auf der Referenzarchitektur des International Data Space (IDS). Das vorliegende white paper…
13. 05. 2019
DEMAND: Data economics & management of data driven business
The DEMAND project initiated by the BMWi ( German Ministery of economic affairs and energy) develops concrete solutions for practical architectures, process models and tools, based on the reference architecture of the International Data Space (IDS). Using use cases as examples, this white paper shows…
18. 10. 2018
The judgement – news from the future
The defendant is sentenced to two years’ driving ban with accompanying preventive detention for serious bodily injury. A three-month simultaneous training course and a digital idiot test must be completed before a driving licence can be issued.
16. 10. 2018
Customer journey – a comparison that pays off
For online retailers, it has long been a matter of course to use the so-called customer journey to gain an exact understanding of their own target groups.
11. 10. 2018
QualityLand or end of quality?
As recently reported on German television about a digital surveillance project in a Chinese city, in which every citizen is rated with positive or negative points, one should believe, George Orwell orders greetings from 1984.
09. 10. 2018
Data security and data sovereignty are the hotly debated topics this year. Scandals surrounding Facebook or Google are fueling mistrust and increasing uncertainty. Many users are of the opinion that their movement and usage data can be “public” because they have nothing to hide.
04. 10. 2018
Homeoffice: saves costs, but also harbours risks
The trend towards home offices is growing steadily. Digitalisation does not require a fixed workplace since a long time. In many areas, daily work can also be done from the living room, the kitchen or even from the bed.
02. 10. 2018
Dynamic pricing, opportunity or risk
If you put 1 loaf of bread, say for 1 €, in your shopping basket at the supermarket, you can already experience a surprise at the checkout: Suddenly the price has risen by 5 cents or fallen by 3 cents.
27. 09. 2018
Does artificial intelligence mean the end of free will?
In an interview with “Die Zeit” on 20. 09. 18, Yuval Noah Harari, universal historian and bestselling author (“A Brief History of Humanity”, “Homo Deus”), says: “There are more and more systems that hack human consciousness.
26. 09. 2018
Drones – “Internet of Flying Things”
The drones are coming. Very quickly, they have evolved from toys to commercially viable tools. Mini helicopters, which are replacing the parcel carrier, are already in the test phase.