Presented by André Golliez, Co-founder of Zetamind AG and President of the Swiss Data Alliance | Daniele Kohler, Enterprise Business Architect, Data Practice, Hewlett Packard Enterprise | Fabian Schenker, Customer Engineer Data&AI, Google Cloud | Leo Sasso-Clopath, CEO, geoimpact AG.
Moderation: André Golliez
14.30 - 14.45 h
Data commons – Using data as a common good to solve public problems
André Golliez, Co-Founder Zetamind AG and President Swiss Data Alliance
Characterisation of data as a (potential) common good, which can be shared and used by different players without competition in mind. Potential of data to solve community/public problems with one or two concrete use cases (e.g., data-based visitor management to solve the problem of “over-tourism” in Lucerne ). Requirements for data cooperation (collaboration between data suppliers, data users and other participants/affected parties), which ensure the use of data as a common good in (smart) cities, regions or on a national level sustainably/in the long term.
14.45 - 15.00 h
Smart City Data Economy 3.0
Data value creation for urban habitats that are inevitable (including live demo)
Daniele Kohler, Enterprise Business Architect, Data Practice, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
The HPE Smart Green Urbane Service programme sustainably supports the digitalisation of urban habitats with technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Swarm Learning, and High Performance Computing (HPC), and is considered a key enabler, while the data economy is an important source of information for in-depth insights. At the same time, technology is stimulating discussions about the influence and management of data, how existing and anonymised urban data are collected, processed, analysed and visualised on a central data platform, or how value is created from data sources for data-driven innovation. Furthermore, we will present the current HPE results of the data value creation maturity benchmark values of more than 800 companies in DACH as well as the implemented Smart Green City reference case according to DIN Spec. 91357 in live and real time.
15.00 - 15.15 h
Rich on data, poor on information – sustainable digitisation for data-driven decisions
Fabian Schenker, Customer Engineer Data&AI, Google Cloud, Google Cloud
Although there is often a lot of data available in public institutions, only rarely has added value been seen from it so far. In this piece, the experts at Google Cloud will show you how knowledge can be generated from data and how to create added value.
15.15 - 15.30 h
Buildings and energy on the way to digital maturity?
Leo Sasso-Clopath, CEO, geoimpact AG
- What role do data and technology play in the transformation of buildings and energy?
- Who are the relevant players and what do their digital transformation processes look like?
- Experiences from five years with OGD + outlook