Beyond Data Event

Program

Currently we are very busy working on the program of the 2017 edition. If you have any suggestions for themes or speakers, please don’t hesitate to contact Linda Brouwer.

 

Draft Agenda | VIP dinner and opening address at Marienburg ‘s Hertogenbosch

18.00 | Welcome and registration to the international audience

18.30 | Opening address by the Jheronimus Data Science Academy

19.00 | Walking dinner, drinks and speeches

21.00 | End of the VIP dinner

Beyond Data Event | On the Edge

09.00 | Welcome and registration

09.15 | Welcome and opening of the Beyond Data Event in the Open Data Arena

Conference Chair: Frénk van der Linden, Publicist & Broadcaster

Co-chairs:
Milo van de Linden, Code Fellow, Waag Society; Code Fellow, City of Eindhoven
Olha Bondarenko, Strategic Advisor, City of Eindhoven

09.30 | Keynote Opening

BLOCK 1: 10.00 – 11.30 | Data, Cities and Citizen Involvement

Expert speakers, data businesses and city representatives come together

10.00 | The use of data in cities of the future

10.30 | Global Tech trends – citizen involvement, agile management

Patricia McCarney, President and CEO, World Council on City Data (WCCD)

11.00 | The next step in open data: real-life cases

Each city representative will give a brief (2-minute) overview of their city initiatives

11.30 | Coffee Break and Networking

BLOCK 2: 12.00 – 13.00 | Privacy and Protection of Data

12.00 | Sharing data is good for business, the consumer and citizen. How do we share data and information? But, how do we protect users at the same time? And how do we include Privacy by Design.

12.30 | The future of mobility and sharing (connected) car data

Carlo van de Weijer, Director Strategic Area Smart Mobility, TUE (Eindhoven University)
Victor Brangeon, Policy Manager, Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA)

13.00 | Lunch at the Innovation Playground: Explore and Play

At our innovation playground you have the possibility to be inspired by a diversity of Start Up’s and innovative concepts of Data explorers. Helpdesks by and for cities are available on site.

BLOCK 3: Get involved! – Take part in the Data Discussion

14.00 – 14.40 and 14.40 – 15.20

Join one of 2 break out sessions from 14.00- 14.40 and a round table session from 14.40 – 15.20. Or join 2 round table sessions from 14.00-14.40 and 14.40 – 15.20. All round table sessions will be repeated.

 

 

14.00 – 14.40 | Break out 1 Session

Data driven society; from testing stage to reality

  • Living labs and data science labs present cases beyond the testing stage
  • What are the lessons learned and what messages can be shared?
  • What are the pitfalls and opportunities?

A panel of data science labs representatives explain, including:

Jan van Ginkel, City Manager, City of Zaanstad
Paul Suijkerbuijk, Open Data Expert, ICTU

14.00 | First round table discussions

View all round table sessions
  1. Open Data in the City of Antwerpen
  2. Data: a business perspective
  3. Projects in environment and water management
    Nico Tillie, Vice President, World Council on City Data
  4. Data & Statistics: how to use them?
  5. The City of Rotterdam, Mobility and Open Data: a number of use cases
    Iemke Idsingh, Adviseur stedelijke innovaties, i4Urban
  6. AR en VR gebruiken om data op interessante manieren zichtbaar te maken
    Fleur Stiels, Facilitator & Concept Designer, Dutch Rose Media
  7. The digital services agenda 2020
  8. Open data in a metropolitan region
  9. The impact on privacy and citizenship
    Jurriaan Souer, Product Strategist, Shintō Labs
  10. Co-operative collaboration and effective organization: what’s next? What’s real?
  11. How will complete transparancy caused by omnipresent data affect citizens perspective of security?
    Manon den Dunnen, Advisor Digital Transformation, National Police
  12. My car My Data
    Victor Brangeon, Policy Manager, Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA)

 

14.40 – 15.20 | Break out 2 Session

During this session we will discuss the importance of ethics, privacy, data protection, anti-fraud and tackling cyber crime.

14.40 | Second round table discussions

View all round table sessions
  1. Open Data in the City of Antwerpen
  2. Data: a business perspective
  3. Projects in environment and water management
    Nico Tillie, Vice President, World Council on City Data
  4. Data & Statistics: how to use them?
  5. The City of Rotterdam, Mobility and Open Data: a number of use cases
    Iemke Idsingh, Adviseur stedelijke innovaties, i4Urban
  6. AR en VR gebruiken om data op interessante manieren zichtbaar te maken
    Fleur Stiels, Facilitator & Concept Designer, Dutch Rose Media
  7. The digital services agenda 2020
  8. Open data in a metropolitan region
  9. The impact on privacy and citizenship
    Jurriaan Souer, Product Strategist, Shintō Labs
  10. Co-operative collaboration and effective organization: what’s next? What’s real?
  11. How will complete transparancy caused by omnipresent data affect citizens perspective of security?
    Manon den Dunnen, Advisor Digital Transformation, National Police
  12. My car My Data
    Victor Brangeon, Policy Manager, Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA)

15.20 | Coffee Break and networking

BLOCK 4: 15.45 – 17.10 | Wrapping up and looking towards the future

15.45 | Tackling cyber crime together!

The open data landscape does open up data for the benefit of citizens and businesses. But how do we protect privacy and data? And how do we tackle cyber crime?

Maria Genova, Author of ‘Komt een vrouw bij de h@cker’ & Lecturist on Cyber Crime

16.05 | Data driven choices

 

16.40 | Hackaton Pitches ‘Living Data Challenge’ and Announcement BLOG Winner 2017!

17.10 | Close of the Conference and start networking drinks