The dialogue in Kaunas will focus on the role of “open data” and “data” in making transportation, energy provision and waste management services in cities smarter and climate-proof. Open-data is considered a fundamental resource of information that could ensure effective integration of physical, digital and human systems in the built environment to deliver a sustainable, prosperous and inclusive future. Stakeholders from the private and public sector will present their know-how and reflect on the development process of various initiatives as well as challenges and barriers of creating environments of open innovation.
SESSION I: Between public and private
Wednesday, 10th June, Zoom
The first webinar will focus on mediation activities that various public or private agencies undertake to help generate public data or open public infrastructure and use it to create climate friendly innovations or encourage effective and sustainable use of resources.
SESSION II: Use of open data to create climate friendly innovations
Friday, June 12th
The second webinar will focus on the use of open data to create climate friendly innovations. Private companies and public agencies will share their stories on how open data or openness of public sector was used to create innovations.
SESSION III: Transition Towards Openness
Wednesday, June 17th, Zoom
The third and final Webinar of Kaunas Dialogue invites the participants to look at the challenges, tendencies, and opportunities of open data initiatives from the public sector perspective and discuss requirements.