Program of Beyond Data

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Program

09:15

Opening by Chairman Toon Vanagt, Managing Partner Data.be & Chairman Open Knowledge Belgium

 

09:30

Welcome by Jack Mikkers, Mayor of ‘s-Hertogenbosch

 

 

09:45

INSPIRING KEYNOTE SPEECH:

A responsible digital city requires vision (Tada and AMDEX)

 

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  • Technology and use of data have us more connected and intertwined than ever before. For success we are becoming interdependent upon each other
  • Meanwhile a shift towards an ethical, trusted and democratic data economy is gaining momentum
  • Exploiting these trends will present an opportunity to position ourselves at the forefront of data use and accelerate AI innovation. But how?

Willem Koeman, Challenge Lead Digital Connectivity, Amsterdam Economic Board

 

 

10:15

INSPIRING KEYNOTE SPEECH:

The CDO Playbook: Framing the role of a Chief Data Officer – Exploring the CDO’s toughest challenges?

 

10:45

INSPIRING KEYNOTE SPEECH:

Data governance beyond the technological change

 

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  • How representing and controlling society through data changes our institutions
  • How data carry and affect value (biases and limitations)
  • Holistic approaches to regulation and data governance (ethics, accountability, transparency)
  • Responsible data practices (recommendations for local governments to constitute accountability, develop digital and ethical literacies and include citizens)

Francien Dechesne, Assistant Professor at eLaw Center for Law and Digital Technologies, Leiden University

 

 

11:15

Time for coffee or tea!

 

ROUND TABLE SESSIONS

11:45 ROUND 1 // 12:15 ROUND 2

During these sessions each table will take place twice. Therefore it is possible to choose two different tables.

 

BEYOND SECURITY AND OWNERSHIP

1. A Holistic Data Governance Framework
Ton Zijlstra, Founding Partner at The Green Land and Senior Expert Open Data and Governance at Worldbank

2. Help! My organization wants to become Data-driven!
Mathijs van Niel, Programmanager Working Data-Driven, City of Tilburg

3. Data Ethics in practice
Piek Visser-Knijff, Data Ethicist

4. Digital principles for the city sensoring and a sensor register
Ran Haase, Policy Advisor and Artificial Intelligence, VNG
Radboud van der Linden, Policy Advisor Data Management City of Breda

BEYOND SOCIETY AND SUSTAINABILITY

5. Plan Breda – Digital participation in Breda
Karin Neijenhuis, Communication Advisor, City of Breda

6. Persons with confused behavior
Marit Beijers, Consulant Information management, City of Tilburg

 

7. Museum of Things for People – Using open data in museum experiences
Pieter-Jan Pauwels, Innovation Lead, Digipolis Gent

8. How datasharing helps us create and measure social change
Lisanne Rijnveld, Data Scientist, Xomnia

BEYOND MOBILITY

9. Optimal use of traffic data
Marlous Hovestad, Traffic Advisor, The National Datawarehouse for Traffic Information (NDW)

10. City of ‘s-Hertogenbosch
Exact topic will be announced

11. Using sensors for counting passers-by
Paul Geurts, Strategisch Adviseur Informatie Management at City of Nijmegen

12. Sharing cars in sub-urbs case
Dorien Lathouwers, Founder, GoChargeGo

 

12:45

Time for sandwiches and drinks!

 

13:45

INSPIRING KEYNOTE SPEECH:

How to deliver the potential of the data driven digital solutions in health and wellbeing with collaboration of stakeholders

 

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  • How can we create value-adding services using the potential of data?
  • What is importance of the ecosystem and collaboration to create innovative services and solutions? The Estonian experience!
  • What are lessons learned?
  • What are some future trends?

Piret Hirv, Health Technology Division Manager, Tallinn Science Park Tehnopol

 

 

OPEN YOUR MIND SESSIONS

14:15 – 16:15

Choose the sessions that fits your interests.

 

BEYOND SECURITY AND OWNERSHIP

Chairman: Ben Kokkeler, Professor of Applied Science, Avans

During this track, we give examples of data sharing in the public, semi-public, and private sector. We also look at the legal challenges. The chairman makes sure that we discuss these challenges in combination with the cases.

14:15 – Case 1

Smartcities: Legal challenges of a data driven governance
Sofia Ranchorda, Professor of Law, University of Groningen

14:45 – Case 2

Privacy by design in practice – keep your data protected while utilizing
cloud technologies
Jurriaan Souer, product Strategist & co-founder of Shintō Labs

 

BEYOND SOCIETY AND SUSTAINABILITY

Chairman: Toon Vanagt, Managing Partner Data.Be

During this track, we start with the most important topics and future models for smart society. After that, we give some examples of cities dealing with these topics on local level.

14:15 – Case 1

3 future models of the smart society outlined

 

14:45 – Case 2

A Pilot between the City of Zwolle and Kadaster: Using a digital twin to manage and simulate information about the physical environment
Magdalena Grus,Consultant for Product and Process Innovation, Kadaster

 

BEYOND MOBILITY

Chairman: Theo Veltman, Innovation Rainmaker, City of Amsterdam

Mobility is one of the biggest challenges of governments. During this track, we give you insights in the possibilities with data and mobility by presenting innovative cases

14:15 – Case 1

Future of mobility in cities
Lizann Tjon, Program Manager Smart Mobility, City of Amsterdam

14:45 – Case 2

Healthy Urban Planning
Michiel Oomen, Strategic Advisor Data and Innovation, City of Eindhoven
Mieke van Schaik, Strategic advisor CIO office, City of Eindhoven

15:15 – Time for coffee or tea!

15:45 – Case 3

Dataownership versus dataprocessing

15:45 – Case 3

Energy transition, Data-driven and human-driven
Paul Suijkerbuijk, Open Data Expert, VNG Realisatie

15:45 – Case 3

Road Safety Model Rotterdam. Best Contribution NVC 2019
Roel van Rijthoven, Coordinator Traffic, City of Rotterdam
Sjoerd Braaksma, Data Scientist, City of Rotterdam

16:15

INSPIRING KEYNOTE SPEECH:

Using data to create healthy working & living environments
Arjan van den Born, Academic Director Jheronimus Academy of Data Science (JADS) and Professor of Digital Entrepreneurship at Tilburg University.

 

 

16:45

Closing Speech by Chairman Toon Vanagt

 

 

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