It is a set of technologies for digital ecosystem operators, developers and orchestrators to build ecosystem data hubs and applications. It is a combination of programming languages, frameworks, libraries, patterns, servers, UI/UX solutions, software, and tools.
Is the technology used closed-system or an open-system? (i.e) commercialised-system or open-source-based?
The technologies and languages used are open-source, combining commercialised solutions built based on those. The system build is designed to be as open as possible while taking into account all ecosystem stakeholders' needs for levels of data privacy depending on the data in question. Our objective is to implement an ecosystem infrastructure solution that, by design, minimizes the risk of any vendor lock situations, giving you independence and ownership of the solution and future developments, but also an option to start with hosted options and later transfer more/full ownership and control to you step by step (in case you don't have required financial/skills resources initially).
Who owns ecosystem data?
Regarding data ownership, which is the core asset, that fully belongs to local actors (to be decided and agreed as part of the implementation phase). We are primarily architects and enablers, and if needed can help temporarily to operate solutions, but not in the long term, as digital economy data should always be into local actors' hands.