Beyond Data Event

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Program Beyond Data Event
Welcome and registration
09:00 - 09:30

Welcome and opening of the Beyond Data Event 2016
09:30 - 09:45
09:30 - 09:45
Plenair

Chris van ‘t Hof, Internet sociologist, Presentator Talkshow Tek-Tok

Openingspeech to all international guests by Constantijn van Oranje-Nassau
09:45 - 10:00
09:45 - 10:00
Keynote
09:45 - 10:00
Plenair

Constantijn Van Oranje-Nassau, Special Advisor European Commissioner

Grand Initiative Data Science van TU/e, TiU, ’s-Hertogenbosch and Province of Noord-Brabant
10:00 - 10:20
Emile Aarts, Rector Magnificus, Tilburg University
10:00 - 10:20
Keynote
10:00 - 10:20
Plenair

Emile Aarts, Rector Magnificus, Tilburg University

Coffee break
11:30 - 12:00

The Disruptive markets: Entering the new world of Open Data
12:00 - 12:20
<strong>Carlo van de Weijer</strong>, Director Strategic Area Smart Mobility, University of Eindhoven
12:00 - 12:20
Plenair

Carlo van de Weijer, Director Strategic Area Smart Mobility, University of Eindhoven

New insights in Data Visualization
12:20 - 12:45
Stef van den Elzen, Visualization Architect, SynerScope</br>Jack van Wijk, Full Professor in Visualization at the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science of Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e)
12:20 - 12:45
Plenair

Stef van den Elzen, Visualization Architect, SynerScope
Jack van Wijk, Full Professor in Visualization at the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science of Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e)

Lunch at the Innovation Playground: Explore and Play
12:45 - 13:45

Location: A Persistent Framework
13:45 - 14:05
Dr. Jane Macfarlane, Chief Scientist & Head of Research, HERE
13:45 - 14:05
Keynote
13:45 - 14:05
Plenair

Dr. Jane Macfarlane, Chief Scientist & Head of Research, HERE
- With more and more devices, objects and sensors connecting to the cloud, we are generating an enormous quantity of data. But how do we make sense of all that data and transform it into knowledge?
- As Jane will show in her presentation, the answer lies in giving location context to data: in this respect, maps, machine learning and location analytics will play a critical role in extracting relationships between activities and objects to derive higher level activities and objects.
- Jane provides examples of location data and some of the analytics that her organization HERE uses to transform data into a higher level understanding of road network dynamics.

Beyond Data....A Modern Stack for a 21st Century Agricultural Sector | Matthew McNaughton, Executive Director, SlashRoots Foundation
14:05 - 14:20
14:05 - 14:20
Keynote
14:05 - 14:20
Plenair

By 2050 global food production will need to double to combat, hunger, malnutrition and to meet the need of a growing population. But the rural and resource-constrained agricultural environments common in many developing countries will make accomplishing this goal difficult. In this keynote presentation, I’ll be sharing how the SlashRoots Foundation and other agricultural stakeholders are taking on these challenges in Jamaica by building an open, collaborative and digital stack to work towards a 21st century agricultural sector.

Matthew McNaughton, Executive Director, SlashRoots Foundation

Speeddate with SlashRoots Foundation and HERE
14:20 - 14:35
14:20 - 14:35
Plenair

Moderator: Milo van der Linden, Code Fellow City of Eindhoven, Digital Nomad

From Chaotic Nonsense towards Sustainable Sense
14:35 - 15:05
Prof. Dr. Ir. Nico H. G. Baken</strong>, Professor Telecommunication, Visionair and Senior Strategist, KPN
14:35 - 15:05
Plenair

Prof. Dr. Ir. Nico H.G. Baken, Professor Telecommunication, Visionair and Senior Strategist, KPN

Coffee break
15:05 - 15:30

Round Table Sessions - Round 1
15:30 - 16:05
Choose the table which fits best with your challenges
15:30 - 16:05
Round table

1. The local government as a key driver in Open data?
Bart Rosseau, Project Manager Open Data, City of Ghent

2. How to promote the use of open data?
Tanja Lahti, Project Manager Open Data City of Helsinki

3. Smart use of data in Utrecht
Donovan Karamat Ali, Open Data Coördinator City of Utrecht

4. Connected by trust
Dennis Groot, Portfoliomanager Datamanagement, KPN

5. Open data, Internet of Things and Smart Cities
Maarten Botterman, Direct GNKS, IOT Expert

6. How can ‘linked data’ providers make it easier that the data is used? Open linked data” only for the public sector ?
Herman Elenbaas, Business system analyst, NXP

7. How to make decisionmakers yearn for data?
Rutger Rienks, Program Manager Datapunt, City of Amsterdam

8. To become data-driven, the culture should change
Johannes Brouwer, Programmamanager Big Data, RDW, Government administration, department of road transport

9. Government as a platform:How do you act transparent, open and find the right communities to collaborate with?
Ivonne Jansen-Dings, Open Data Project Manager, De Waag Society

10. The egg goes with the chicken: combining innovation and common standards for The Open & Agile Smart Cities (OASC) initiative Denmark
Martin Brynskov, PhD, Aarhus University, Denmark (OASC Chair) (not yet confirmed)

11. Open data and privacy / Governance and open data
Tobias Temmink, Benelux Technology Officer, Teradata

12. A new open data vison in the city of Rotterdam
Marco de Jong, Casemanager open data, City of Rotterdam

13. Eindhoven: a lighthouse in the open data legal labyrinth
Mark de Vries, Lawyer, City of Eindhoven
Ran Haase, Legal Advisor, City of Eindhoven

14. Storytelling, design and media in a smart city
Geert-Jan Bogaerts, Hoofd Digitaal VPRO Media Lab

15. Data driven? Citizen-driven! Dilemmas of governance in the Information society
Evert Wolters, Consultant Necker van Naem and PhD TU/e
Maike Popma, Advisor Bestuurskracht KING
Peter Joosten, Consultant Necker van Naem and quantified self expert

16. Experience how gamification turns unexpected data into a source of inspiration
Sander Veenhof, Hands-on Futurist, Internet of Anonymous Things

17. Infrastructure and vehicle derived data for road efficiency and safety
Bernd Fastenrath, Solution Consulting
Digital Transportation, HERE

18. Open Data and mobility in Urban Living Labs
Zsuzsanna Bódi, Project and Business Development Manager European Network of LivingLabs - ENoLL ivzw

More information about the round table sessions.

Round Table Sessions - Round 2
16:05 - 16:40
Choose the table which fits best with your challenges
16:05 - 16:40
Round table

1. The local government as a key driver in Open data?
Bart Rosseau, Project Manager Open Data, City of Ghent

2. How to promote the use of open data?
Tanja Lahti, Project Manager Open Data City of Helsinki

3. Smart use of data in Utrecht
Donovan Karamat Ali, Open Data Coördinator City of Utrecht

4. Connected by trust
Dennis Groot, Portfoliomanager Datamanagement, KPN

5. Open data, Internet of Things and Smart Cities
Maarten Botterman, Direct GNKS, IOT Expert

6. How can ‘linked data’ providers make it easier that the data is used? Open linked data” only for the public sector ?
Herman Elenbaas, Business system analyst, NXP

7. How to make decisionmakers yearn for data?
Rutger Rienks, Program Manager Datapunt, City of Amsterdam

8. To become data-driven, the culture should change
Johannes Brouwer, Programmamanager Big Data, RDW, Government administration, department of road transport

9. Government as a platform:How do you act transparent, open and find the right communities to collaborate with?
Ivonne Jansen-Dings, Open Data Project Manager, De Waag Society

10. The egg goes with the chicken: combining innovation and common standards for The Open & Agile Smart Cities (OASC) initiative Denmark
Martin Brynskov, PhD, Aarhus University, Denmark (OASC Chair) (not yet confirmed)

11. Open data and privacy / Governance and open data
Tobias Temmink, Benelux Technology Officer, Teradata

12. A new open data vison in the city of Rotterdam
Marco de Jong, Casemanager open data, City of Rotterdam

13. Eindhoven: a lighthouse in the open data legal labyrinth
Mark de Vries, Lawyer, City of Eindhoven
Ran Haase, Legal Advisor, City of Eindhoven

14. Storytelling, design and media in a smart city
Geert-Jan Bogaerts, Hoofd Digitaal VPRO Media Lab

15. Data driven? Citizen-driven! Dilemmas of governance in the Information society
Evert Wolters, Consultant Necker van Naem and PhD TU/e
Maike Popma, Advisor Bestuurskracht KING
Peter Joosten, Consultant Necker van Naem and quantified self expert

16. Experience how gamification turns unexpected data into a source of inspiration
Sander Veenhof, Hands-on Futurist, Internet of Anonymous Things

17. Infrastructure and vehicle derived data for road efficiency and safety
Bernd Fastenrath, Solution Consulting
Digital Transportation, HERE

18. Open Data and mobility in Urban Living Labs
Zsuzsanna Bódi, Project and Business Development Manager European Network of LivingLabs - ENoLL ivzw

More information about the round table sessions.

Code for America: How Code for America is changing how cities run
16:40 - 17:00
<strong>Catherine Bracy</strong>, Director, Partnerships & Ecosystem, Code for America
16:40 - 17:00
Plenair

Catherine Bracy, Director, Partnerships & Ecosystem, Code for America

Hackaton Pitches ‘Living Data Challenge’ and Announcement BLOG Winner 2016!
17:00 - 17:30
Powered by: City of Eindhoven, KPN, Provincie Noord-Brabant and Brabant Kennis
17:00 - 17:30
Plenair

The weekend before the Beyond Data Event A Hackaton for app developers took place. During the Beyond Data Event the 5 winning concepts present their idea at the audience and a board of investors. You can also decide who is the Hackaton winner of the Living Data Challenge 2016!
Powered by: City of Eindhoven, KPN, Provincie Noord-Brabant and Brabant Kennis

Cocktail
17:30 - 18:00

Digital Ethics: When Saying ‘Sorry’ is Not Enough
10:20 - 10:40
Frank Buytendijk, Gartner VP and Fellow
10:20 - 10:40
Plenair

Digital Ethics is not only a nice discussion with a glass of wine, sitting at the fireplace. It is a business topic with immediate relevance. How do we make sure we do the right thing with technology, and avoid messing up? How to make sure we don’t cross the creepy line (or do it for very good reasons)? How come perfectly respectable companies suffer from unintended consequences when innovating with technology?
Frank Buytendijk, Gartner VP and Fellow

Inspiring speech by Seth van der Meer, CEO / Founder, britelayer
10:40 - 10:50
Plenair

Seth van der Meer, CEO / Founder, britelayer

Tek Tok Talkshow
10:50 - 11:30
Representatives from early adopters and followers are interviewed by Carlo van de Weijer and Chris van ‘t Hof.
10:50 - 11:30
Plenair

Representatives from early adopters and followers are interviewed by Carlo van der Weijer and Chris van ‘t Hof.

At the table:
Gaby Sadowski, Strategic Advisor, City of Eindhoven
Ger Baron, Chief Technology Officer, City of Amsterdam
Milo van der Linden, Code Fellow City of Eindhoven, Digital Nomad
Harrie Timmermans, City Official, City of Eersel
Mark Vermeer, Chief Information Officer, City of Rotterdam
Sander Veenhof, Hands-on Futurist, Internet of Anonymous Things
Seth van der Meer, CEO / Founder, Britelayer

 

Additional Program Service

The Data Learning Circle

The Beyond Data event offers a lot of speakers, sessions and program options. Very interesting, but what are the best parts to follow for your particular questions? Become a member of a learning circle. When you register you can add yourself to a Learning Circle. The learning circle is a mini-network of professionals. Who help each other and give new insights. Each circle has a data steward as coach. The coaches facilitate the contact among the members. But also have a direct link to all the speakers and experts.

The data steward can help you with:

  • Make the perfect program choices
  • Get the best answers to your learning questions
  • Bring you in contact with the right professionals

 

Chief Data Officer VIP Dinner (Invitation only)

18.30 – Chief Data VIP Dinner with 2 keynote speeches (around 10 Chief Data Officers)