MyData 2018: Smart City Day

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tiistai 28.8.2018
Mistä 10:00 Aikeissa 17:30
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FIHelsinkiSturenkatu 4
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The Smart City Day will be organised in the framework of the MyData2018 conference which takes place on 29-31 August in Helsinki, Finland.
The workshop is co-organised by the City of Helsinki, Forum Virium Helsinki (FVH) and Open & Agile Smart Cities (OASC) with support of EIT Digital.
Admission is free, but registration is compulsory. A conference ticket for MyData2018 is not needed to register for the Smart City Day. If you are interested in attending the MyData 2018 conference as well, then get your tickets here.
09:30 - 10:00: Welcome coffee
10:00 - 10:15: Welcome by the organisers

Hanna Niemi-Hugaerts, Program Director IoT , Forum Virium Helsinki

Davor Meersman, General Manager, OASC

10:15 - 12:00  Part I: City Data and Privacy (organised by FVH)

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How should we make mydata, data privacy and data-enabled services happen in smart cities? What kind of technologies need to be developed, what kind of guidelines created? What does all this require from the citizens of the mydata era? How can we mitigate the possible risks related to this development? What kind of new means for collaboration between cities this calls for?
Panelists will share their experiences from working on these issues with cities and introduce their best practices and tools to the audience.
The panel is organised by Forum Virium Helsinki’s Select for Cities project that advances with open & GDPR ready Smart City IoE platform R&D through PCP.

Joonas Pekkanen, ICT Development Director, Data administration services, The Culture and Leisure Sector, City of Helsinki

Ivonne Jansen-Dings, Head of Programme, Smart Citizens Lab, Waag Society, Amsterdam

Hugo Gonçalves, Project Development Manager, Forum Virium Helsinki

Samuel Rinnetmäki, data citizen / ICT professional

12:00 - 13:00  Lunch
13:00 - 14:00  Part II: Enabling the City (organised by OASC & EIT Digital)
The second part of the workshop gives an overview of how the so-called OASC Minimal Interoperability Mechanisms - a baseline set of standards and principles for smart cities - can contribute to innovation and procurement based on standards. As an example for standards-based innovations, the Cedus City Enabler will demonstrate how an open source data mining technology can help cities to detect and visualise data and mydata from public and private sources within the city.

Davor Meersman, General Manager, OASC

Marko Turpeinen, Node Director, EIT Digital Finland

Lanfranco Marasso, Smart City Program Director, Engineering

14:00 - 14:30 Roundup
14:30 - 15:00: Coffee Break
15:00 - 17:00: Part III:  Workshop - How could Smart City related mydata enable new services?
Vast amount of data is being collected about and created during us using Smart City services such as mobility, cultural services and energy. How could we use this data to power new services, improve quality of life and decrease the environmental impact of our lifestyles? In the workshop, organised by MySMARTLife project, Forum Virium Helsinki and City of Helsinki, participants will explore the opportunities and challenges regarding collection and utilisation of personal Smart City related data. 
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17:00 - 17:30: Wrap-up
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