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Gain in efficiency with data exchange within the supply chain


  • Case study
2 minutes

Read all about the perfect example of efficiency gains using data exchange in the supply chain.

This case study will reveal what challenges a grid operator had to keep up with the energy transition and how Linked Data helped in getting the job done.

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