The Program

08:45

Admission

- | Wandelhalle |

10:30

Coffee break

- | Wandelhalle |


Posters and Stands

11:00

Urban Data Summit: Open data in administration: recognizing opportunities, developing potential

- | Festsaal | German

Bianca Sammer (byte - Bayerische Agentur für Digitales) and Tim Cleffmann (DKSR)

Best practice & interactive workshop on the potential uses of open data in administration. How can open data be used in administration to create added value for administration, cities and municipalities?

12:30

Lunch break

- | Wandelhalle |


Posters and Stands

13:30

Urban Data Summit: Smart City solutions with data from the Mobility Data Space

- | Festsaal | German

Michael Birlbauer (Mobility Data Space)

The smart use of data is the key to innovation in mobility. In order to develop new, better smart city services from data, the necessary data must be available, the right partners must be brought together and a reliable infrastructure for data exchange must be in place. This workshop will present the Mobility Data Space’s solutions to these challenges and discuss possible usage scenarios. The Mobility Data Space (MDS) is a data marketplace where partners in the mobility sector can exchange data in a self-determined manner in order to enable and further develop innovative, environmentally friendly and user-friendly mobility concepts. The technical design of the MDS is carried out in close coordination with European and national initiatives in order to ensure compatibility with the Gaia-X projects and other European data spaces. The supporting company is the non-profit organization DRM Datenraum Mobilität GmbH, which emerged from a project of acatech - the German Academy of Science and Engineering. The MDS is funded by the Federal Ministry of Digital and Transport.

15:00

Coffee break

- | Wandelhalle |


Posters and Stands

15:30

Urban Data Summit: GeoGPT local: Interactive agents in digital landscapes

- | Festsaal | German

Holger Prang (Elie GmbH) and Lukas Koch (DKSR)

In this interactive workshop, participants will explore the possibilities of GeoGPTs to use local data to create digital solutions in communities. Learn how GeoGPTs act as interactive agents that analyze specific geographic contexts and needs. Together we will develop innovative approaches for urban and regional planning, environmental management and citizen participation. The workshop is a unique opportunity to gain practical experience and generate ideas for the use of GeoGPTs in your community.

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