European Tourism Data Space High-Level Event

European Tourism Data Space High Level Event


Brussels, 25 September 2023. Technical workshop on the European Data Space for Tourism in collaboration with the Tourism of Tomorrow Lab Partners. 

12h30-17h30, hosted by our member Galicia Region at Fundación Galicia-Europa premisesRue de la Loi, 38-2º.

The event is organised by the two European Tourism Data Space projects – DATES and DSFT  coordinated by AnySolution and Modul University Vienna. It addresses key actors in the tourism sector and data experts.

It will be hosted at our member's premises, the Regional Government of Galicia in Brussels. Data experts and Tourism of Tomorrow Lab Premium Members, stay tuned! 





This event offers you the chance to learn about the two projects' findings, gain valuable insights from relevant stakeholders, and network with peers from all over Europe. EU Projects’ partners, including NECSTouR’s Tourism of Tomorrow Lab technicians, will be delighted to meet you and answer your questions.

The main objective of the preparatory action for the European Tourism Data Space is to explore approaches and options for the deployment of a secure and reliable tourism data space, ensuring transparent control of data access, use and reuse. The project is focused on the development of governance and business models, while providing a shared roadmap that will ensure the coordination of tourism ecosystem actors and the connection between EU-level data ecosystems and interconnected data spaces in other sectors.

NECSTouR is part of the DATES project consortium with other twelve partners, coordinated by AnySolution, including different public and private organisations and research institutes: Tecnalia, IDC, Intellera, Amadeus, IDSA, ARCTUR, DIH Tourism 4.0, Outdooractive, AVORIS, aNewGovernance, Ministry of Tourism from Italy. Through the Tourism of Tomorrow Lab department, NECSTouR has been responsible for ensuring the NUTS2 tourism stakeholders’ level is duly identified and engaged in DATES activities, delivering use cases to test and validate the identified priority datasets and data themes, supporting the governance and business framework definition.

The other project consortium is DSFT composed of four tourism parties with different fields of expertise: European Travel Commission, City Destinations Alliance, Modul University, and ForwardKeys.

You can find the Draft Agenda HERE and some practical information to reach the event’s venue HERE.


There are only a limited number of places available, so make sure that you register to be part of the journey!