Dawex operates the Global Data Marketplace, where thousands of organizations worldwide, from 20+ industries -such as agriculture, air & space, automobile, financial services & insurance, construction, energy, logistics & transportation, retail, telco, travel & hospitality- meet to sell, buy and share data securely, in full compliance with regulations.
Dawex Global Data Marketplace is built upon Dawex Data Exchange technology and offers multiple data exchange use cases and business models including open data, paid and free data exchanges.
On the platform, data providers can highlight the value of their data while retaining full control over the distribution and configuration of usage rights. The Global Data Marketplace enables organizations to find the most relevant data sources, to schedule recurring data exchanges over time, and to receive notifications on new data opportunities.
Agdatahub’s shareholders envisioned a secure platform for exchanging data and APIs for the agricultural ecosystem, that would help stakeholders adapt to changing markets, stay competitive and generate value from data they capture every day.
Agdatahub is relying on Dawex Data Exchange technology to operate the first secure ecosystem for the European agricultural community to disseminate, exchange, share and draw value from data on an independent platform.
Today, Agdatahub enables participants in the French and European agricultural sectors to innovate, compete globally and use data as a lever for growth.
Since the advocacy of "Data Free Flow with Trust" at the 2019 Davos Conference, Japan has actively been working to define data trading rules and regulations.
In September 2020 Kanematsu and Japan Data Exchange launched JDEX, an innovative project powered by Dawex Data Exchange technology and aiming at promoting secure data exchange in Japan and fostering a strong data community in the country.
The Japan Data Exchange enables public and private organizations to source, exchange and monetize data securely, thus accelerating the Japanese economy digital transition.
From the very beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, various institutions like the World Health Organization or the European Union stressed that facilitating data circulation was critical to impede the virus’ dissemination and address the consequences it generated.
In March 2020, Dawex launched the COVID-19 Data Exchange, a pro bono initiative aiming at facilitating the access and exchange of non-personal data between public and private organizations.
Dawex partnered with Microsoft in this initiative and major organizations like University of Tokyo, Business France, Caisse des Dépôts Groupe or France Digitale supported and engaged in the data exchange project.