Corporates and industry collectives need trusted ways to exchange decentralized data on everything from logistics to calculating carbon emissions. French scale-up Dawex, a World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer, has developed a technology that aims to allow organizations to create new ecosystems around data exchange platforms that are compliant with regulatory requirements and address traceability and security challenges. Clients include Groupe ADP, an international airport operator, Kanematsu, a Japanese general trading organization, and Mobivia which uses the brand names Midas and Norauto.
Earlier this month Trusted European Media Data Space (TEMS)}, a consortium of 43 organizations from 14 countries which aims to create a common media data space across Europe favoring the economic development and future growth of local and regional media ecosystems, became the latest group to adopt data exchange technology developed by Dawex.
Organizations from more than 20 industries, such as agriculture, air and space, automobile, financial services & insurance, construction, energy, logistics & transportation, retail, telco, travel and hospitality, rely on Dawex’s expertise and Data Exchange Platform technology to share data in compliance with data regulations.