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Beyond Data Event, 29 March 2018

 

09.15 – Opening by Milo & Bart Rosseau with Buzzmaster
The interactive data tool!

Milo van der Linden, Chairman Code For NL and
Bart Rosseau, Chief Data Officer, Ghent

09.30 – Welcome by Mary-Ann Schreurs

Mary-Ann Schreurs,Vice-Mayor of Innovation and Design, Sustainability and Culture, City of Eindhoven
We must go from a data-driven economy to an innovative design for life economy. We already live in the Matrix!

9.45 – Keynote Speech – See beyond the data

Amen Ra Mashariki, Former Chief Analytics Officer, City of New York, Urban Analytics Lead at ESRI

10.05 – Keynote Speech – The Autonomous World

Leon van de Pas, Senior Vice President IOT Business Group, HERE
Using big data in the Reality Index

10.25 – Keynote Speech – Data experiences from Boston City

Andrew Therriault, Chief Data Officer, City of Boston
Making Open Data Accessible: The Journey to Analyze Boston

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In 2017, the City of Boston released its second-generation open data portal, Analyze Boston. This new portal was the product of a two-year program to reinvent what open data looks like in Boston and how it’s shared with the public. One of the main findings of this work was that a repository of datasets is not enough—in order to make open data accessible, rather than just available, the city needed to provide more ways for users to find and interact with data. Andrew Therriault, Boston’s Chief Data Officer, will discuss how the city is now using a variety of applications, dashboards, maps, and other tools to deliver open data to a much wider audience, and how their Analytics Team is partnering with the Boston Public Library to make branch librarians the city’s ambassadors for open data.
10.45 – Questions
11.00 – We need a break! Time for coffee
11.30 – Keynote Speech – How to overcome legal challenges in an innovative environment and improve your chance of success

 Jeroen Naves, Senior attorney-at-law, specialised in IT, data and privacy at Pels Rijcken & Droogleever Fortuijn

11.50 – Panel: What are the challenges for Open data projects?

Hubert Bruls, Mayor Nijmegen

 

 

Mary-Ann Schreurs, Alderman Eindhoven

 

 


Loet Visschers, Directielid, Economie & Internationalisering’ , Provincie Noord-Brabant

12.10 – Choose the session which fits your interests best

How to solve poverty, safety, and health challenges with data

What if cities can predict crime and poverty>
Moderator: Bart Rosseau, Chief Data Officer, City of Ghent

 

12.15 – Data Case City of The Hague: How HR Analytics can improve the vitality of a company

Monica Trommelen, Human Resource Coordinator, City of The Hague
Gert-Jan Alleman, Health Manager Arbo Center The Hague 

12.35 – City Deal Safety: Data Analytics to prevent Crime

What can we learn from the City Deal Safety, signed by Ministers, CBS, Police Chefs and Mayors of Rotterdam, Amsterdam, The Hague, Utrecht and Tilburg. A joint experiment in which they analyze data for 1 year to gain an insight into organized crime.

Marc Noordhoek, Project Manager City Deal Safety, the Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations

How to solve city planning and mobility challenges with data

No more traffic causalities and depopulation of city areas by opening up data!
Moderator: Milo van der Linden, Chairman Code For NL

 

12.15 – Civic Data driving Innovation: building case studies

What can we learn from the Data projects in 7 Scottish Smart Cities?
An Alliance of Scotland’s 7 Cities (Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Perth, Inverness, Stirling) to establish collaboration on Smart City Opportunities, focusing on Data projects.

Sally Kell, Digital Innovation Manager, Edinburgh

12.35 – Brainport Smart District, the smartest district in the World

Building 1500 houses in Helmond, Brainport Smart District.

Ir. J. Van der Geest, Strategic program manager, City of Helmond

The changing roles of government and citizens – Who owns the data?

More power for the citizens by opening up data!

Moderators: Guus Sluijter and Olha Bondarenko, CIO Department, City of Eindhoven

 

12.15 – Inspiring Data Business case: Personalized data combining Social and out of Home

A stimulating session to take you in the rapidly changing landscape of advertising by data, creativity and technology

Joost Verest, Digital Strategist, Greenhouse Group
Martijn van Meel, Creative Director, Greenhouse Group

12.35 – Case: The impact of Data Sensoring in a City

Guidelines for working with sensors in a City
Magdalena Grus, Proces Manager, Kadaster

 

12.55 – Time for sandwiches and drinks

Experience data projects at the Data Playground!

14.00 – 15 Table Talks with experts around specific topics
View the first 3 tables:
  1. Current challenges with sensor data

We will touch on the main legal, practical and ethical quandaries regarding acquiring and using sensor data in urban public spaces. Both by private organizations and governments. Do we need regulation? What about privacy? Who should claim responsibility? And for which parts? Join us and find out what is happening right now and where it might be going.

Daan Corver, Senior associate at Pels Rijcken & Droogleever Fortuijn

  1. Data Project in the City of Eindhoven

Gaby Rasters, Strategic Advisory, Urban Data Center, City of Eindhoven

  1. Practical examples data projects with societal impact.

Jochem van Hall, Managing Partner small data, data-science, data modeling,  I-Logos

 

… and many more, soon online!

14.35 – Keynote Speech – The impact of Big data on organized crime

  • How Big data combats organized crime
  • The latest development
  • Practical examples

Prof. dr. P.E.W.M. Pieter Tops, Professor University of Tilburg, Former Board Member Police Academy

14.55 – We create the ultimate innercity experience ourselves

Unoccupied buildings, garbage on the streets, disadvantaged neighborhoods, almost every city has its weaknesses. But that is no longer necessary. And IoT can play a very important role in this too. This safe, friendly and clean inner city is in your own hands and within reach!

15.15 – Network break
15.45 – Choose the session which fits your interests best

How to solve poverty, safety, and health challenges with data

What if cities can predict crime and poverty>
Moderator: Gaby Rasters, Strategic Advisor City of Eindhoven

 

15.45  – Data Case Rotterdam: Predictive analyses in the social sector

Can data science provide a more effective supervision on social benefits? Hear the experiences of Rotterdam with the effective use of predictive analysis in the social sector.

Willy Groenewold, Senior Advisor City of Rotterdam

16.05 – How data can predict Crime?

Hear the approach and practical outcomes of several cases in Brabant and Zeeland in which they used data to predict and prevent crime in cities.
Alexander van Middendorp, Liaision Officer Intelligence and undermined crime, Taskforce Brabant & Zeeland

How to solve city planning and mobility challenges with data

No more traffic causalities and depopulation of city areas by opening up data!
Moderator: Milo van der Linden, Chairman Code For NL

 

15.45 – Practical Case City of Reykjavik

Urban spatial analyses – creating a time-space window on the city
Connecting data, maps and analytics. How geography goes beyond data and reveals patterns, trends and insights in urban social issues like liveability and safety in neighborhoods.
Rianne van Lomm, Senior Analyst, city of Eindhoven
Bert Vermeij, Senior Consultant, Esri Nederland

16.05 – How to start with Big Data? A practical approach to use data science for city safety & security in 5 days

 Jurriaan Souer, Co-founder Shinto Labs

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Shintō Labs has developed the Shintō Design Sprint which is an approach to help organizations start with Big Data. This Design Sprint uses concepts from design thinking and the lean startup and delivers practical results within 5 days. We detail our city safety & security project with a focus on data sources, algorithms
and potential privacy concerns.

The Changing roles of government and citizens – Who owns the data?

More power for the citizens by opening up data!
Moderators: Guus Sluijter and Olha Bondarenko, CIO Department, City of Eindhoven

 

15.45 – European Data Case: DECODE “Giving People Ownership of their personal data”

Safia Akkus, Innovation Officer AI, CTO Innovation Team Amsterdam,
Representative City of Barcelona

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The DECODE project is a consortium of 14 EU partners. An experimental project to develop practical alternatives to how we use the internet today – four European pilots will show the wider social value that comes with individuals being given the power to take control of their personal data and given the means to share their data differently.

 

16.05 –  Data-Driven Policy-Making at Municipal Government Level
  • Needs and challenges of public administrations
  • Potential technologies and methodologies available for municipalities
  • Major research challenges to be addressed
  • Best practices and application cases at municipal government level

Francesco Mureddu, Associate Director at The Lisbon Council – The Think Tank for the 21st Centure

 

16.25 – Keynote Speech – The impact of data on Health Challenges

Evidence-based eHealth: The application of data in disease
Prof. dr. Niels Chavannes, Professor of Public Health at Leiden University Medical Centre.

16.45 – Inspiring Closing Speech by Chris Dancy – The most Connected Man of the World!

Chris is touted as “the Most Connected Human on Earth,” and the world is watching those connections carefully. He is utilizing up to 700 sensors, devices, applications, and services to track, analyze, and optimize his life–from his calorie intake to his spiritual well-being. This quantification enables him to see the connections of otherwise invisible data, resulting in dramatic upgrades to his health, productivity, and quality of life.

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Since his first appearance in TechCrunch in 2013, Chris Dancy has continued to create a global conversation around technology, social connections, and our ever-more-digitized lives. His story has been disseminated by media outlets in 21 countries, and he has made multiple appearances on radio, podcasts, and television shows. In January 2016, Showtime debuted Dark Net, a documentary series exploring Dancy’s digital world. 
17.30 – Closing of the Beyond Data event 2018
Time for drinks and bites!

 

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