Data ecosystems – a new way of doing data together
With increasingly complex problems and a multitude of diverse user needs, we must join forces across sectors to find new ways of creating value.
A keynote presentation followed by a session with three short presentations will offer different views on data ecosystems followed by a facilitated dialogue with the audience and the presenters.
This session is arranged by Geoforum´s International Committee in collaboration with The Danish Agency for Data Supply and Infrastructure (SDFI).
The session is scheduled for Friday, November 18 at 11:00 – 12:30 with a preceeding keynote starting at 10:15. The Keynote and the session will be in English.
Dr. ir. Bastiaan van Loenen, TU Delft will give a keynote on Sustaibable open data ecosystems. Subsequently, the session ‘Data ecosystems – a new way of doing data together’ will begin.
The session will consist of three short presentations (10 min.) followed by a panel debate where Dr. van Loenen will participate.
The three presentations scheduled are:
- A Private Community as a Part of the Basic Data Ecosystem by Peter Knudsen (SDFI) and Eli Skop (Atkins)
- Spatial Data Ecosystems – a New Role for the Public Sector? by Sine Valbjørn Schlüter, SDFI
- Helsinki Smart City – Data Ecosystem by Anu Henriksson, City of Helsinki
Our aim with the session is create more awareness of data ecosystem, discuss the various benefits/challenges and highlight the value that can be created by this new form of ‘business-model’ – just one of many ways to define an ecosystem.
Program for data ecosystems
|Friday Nov. 18 2022, at 10:15-12:30|
|Host and moderator: Ulla Kronborg Mazzoli, Danish Agency for Data Supply and Infrastructure|
|KEYNOTE: Towards Geographical Information Ecosystems
Bastiaan van Loenen, TU Delft
|A Private Community as a Part of the Basic Data Ecosystem
Peter Knudsen, Danish Agency for Data Supply and Infrastructure, and Eli Skop, Atkins
|Beyond Spatial Data Infrastructure: Spatial Data Ecosystems
Sine Valbjørn Schlüter, Danish Agency for Data Supply and Infrastructure
|Helsinki Smart City – Open Data Ecosystem
Anu Henriksson, City of Helsinki