- 1 Overview of DaTa eXchange
- 2 Support
- 3 Are Safety Data Exchange Agreements required by the regulations?
- 4 New to AWS Data Exchange?
- 5 Looking for Stella?
- 6 What Is a Data Exchange?
- 7 Have questions about data, reports or projects?
- 8 What is a Data Exchange Platform?
- 9 Need Help?
- 10 Data Marketplace or Data Exchange?
- 11 Have More Questions?
- 12 How and when can drone pilots use LAANC?
- 13 What is EDX?
- 14 Questions?
- 15 Where can I fly under LAANC?
- 16 How does it work?
- 17 Ready to Get Started?
- 18 What is EDI (Electronic Data Interchange)?
- 19 Is this page helpful?
- 20 What is the Future of Supply Chain Management in 2021?
- 21 What’s in it for me?
- 22 Is this page helpful?
- 23 Why does your organization need it now?
- 24 What is LAANC?
- 25 Why the N-DEx System?
- 26 History of DaTa eXchange
Overview of DaTa eXchange
(Health Care, Finance, Public, Research, Retail, Marketing) and connects data providers
from any industry to data consumers.
ODXIA manages the data exchange agreements process with support from agency business sponsors to ensure that the exchange meets our program and business needs. SSA engages in various forms of electronic exchanges from SSN verifications to computer matches, depending on the partner agency’s business needs.There are several factors considered in SSA’s decision-making policy on whether to engage in a data exchange.
Are Safety Data Exchange Agreements required by the regulations?
Yes.SDEAs can be requested for inspection under EU drug safety regulations and equivalent FDA legislation within the US.They must be produced within a certain timescale and within the EU they need to contain a specific list of key details, for example, details of the Qualified Person, etc.Our team construct robust, reliable agreements to ensure there is a mechanism whereby the correct data can reach the correct destination within a prescriptive and compliant timescale, ensuring that all activities occurring throughout the transit process are compliant with the regulations governing them.For a consultation on SDEAs, please contact the team in confidence on +44 (0)1483 307920; alternatively, you may prefer to email info@primevigilance.
New to AWS Data Exchange?
If you’re new to AWS Data Exchange, a step-by-step guide to subscribing to data products can be found on this blog, and this blog describes how you can automate the exporting of data from AWS Data Exchange into your own Amazon S3 bucket.
Looking for Stella?
Learn more about this strategy and analysis tool on the Stella resources page.
What Is a Data Exchange?
A data exchange shares data between various stakeholders.A data exchange provides access to data points from around the world to fuel data-driven marketing activities and advertising.With access to a DMP, you’re able to take previously outdated or unavailable data and use it to power your marketing campaigns.
Have questions about data, reports or projects?
Contact Mary Ellen Koontz, RTC’s Manager of Trail Resources, below.
What is a Data Exchange Platform?
A Data Exchange Platform is the most advanced environment where organizations can distribute, source, exchange, share and commercialize data and/or orchestrate data ecosystems — creating powerful data partnerships. By design, it addresses the legal, technical, security and compliance requirements necessary to enforce current and future data policies and frameworks.
One of our EDI experts would be happy to answer any questions you have.Simply click here to contact us or call +1 800-560-4347, Option 3.
Data Marketplace or Data Exchange?
Following a spate of failed data marketplaces in the early 2010s, new platforms have launched with wider value propositions.Frustratingly, they also use different names and sometimes interchangeably.
Have More Questions?
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How and when can drone pilots use LAANC?
Drone pilots planning to fly under 400 feet in controlled airspace around airports must receive an airspace authorization from the FAA before they fly.
What is EDX?
Electronic Data Exchange (EDX) is an acronym used to describe various formats of electronic education record exchange.The most common formats used today in North America and Canada are EDI and XML structured data formats.The transactions are transmitted
electronically between institutions and or their service providers through various secure networks then run through any variety of software translators in order to communicate information between computer systems.Institutions exchanging electronic
education data agree to use the standard EDI and XML data formats which can be referenced at no charge on the Post Secondary Electronic Standards Council (PESC).There are schemas, implementation guides and recommended implementation
practices available for a variety of education record types such as the College Transcript, High School Transcript, Request and Response, Financial Aid and the Application for Admissions.The use of standard EDI or XML formats enables institutions
to exchange education records electronically between each other in a secure and efficient manner.The main benefits of EDX are secure data exchange, efficiency gains, automation opportunities and improved student experience due to decreased errors
and processing time.Portable Document Format (PDF) is another popular method of electronic transcript exchange and does not natively contain machine readable data without the use of extraction tools.
If you have any questions or would like more details, please contact the GFDx team at info@fortificationdata.
Where can I fly under LAANC?
LAANC is available at 726 airports.If you want to fly in controlled airspace near airports not offering LAANC, you can use the manual process to apply for an authorization.
How does it work?
LAANC automates the application and approval process for airspace authorizations.Through automated applications developed by an FAA Approved UAS Service Suppliers (USS) pilots apply for an airspace authorization.
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What is EDI (Electronic Data Interchange)?
Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) is the computer-to-computer exchange of business documents in a standard electronic format between business partners.
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What is the Future of Supply Chain Management in 2021?
Improvements in EDI could be the solution for businesses requiring flexibility in their supply chain management for 2021 and beyond.
What’s in it for me?
Smart North Florida projects will all feed into the Data Exchange to solve problems and create opportunities. Whether you are a citizen, business or government agency, you will find valuable benefits from the data collected and shared.
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Why does your organization need it now?
Public and private organizations now understand their data is a key strategic asset, which is desirable both inside and outside their walls, in order to achieve business objectives such as generating new revenue streams or improving productivity.A Data Exchange Platform allows data to circulate and be rendered accessible, taking into account security, compliance, and traceability of transactions imperatives.
What is LAANC?
LAANC is the Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability, a collaboration between FAA and Industry.It directly supports UAS integration into the airspace.
Why the N-DEx System?
The N-DEx system complements other well-known FBI systems, such as the National Crime Information Center (NCIC), Interstate Identification Index (III), and Next Generation Identification (NGI) that provide critical information to the criminal justice community.The information that would not be contained in those systems, i.e., incident and case reports, full Department of Justice (DOJ) case files, and corrections data, is available in N-DEx.And the N-DEx system has been endorsed by a number of major criminal justice associations, including the following: International Chiefs of Police, National Sheriffs’ Association, Association of State Correctional Administrators, National Institute of Corrections, American Probation and Parole Administrators, Corrections Technology Association, Major Cities Chiefs Association, and Major County Sheriffs’ Association.