Date Published: Nov. 21, 2017, 12:16 p.m.
This year Uraia Citizenship Series workshop focused on how cities around the world are leveraging the power of SMART technologies to provide a more effective public service delivery and drive a positive impact on citizens´ lives.
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The main objective of the workshop was to identify how local governments are using big and open data in city management. The following questions guided the discussion:
The panelists and participants explored aspects of innovative solutions on four different thematic trails, the projects of each trail can be accessed in the links below. The pictures, concept note, final program and presentations are shared on the bottom of the page.
Thematic trail BLUE – the financial and economic impact of big and open data in cities
Thematic trail GREEN: The impact of open and big data in the lives of citizens
Thematic trail ORANGE – Data as a meaningful instrument for city participation and city efficiency
Thematic trail MAGENTA – Governing data: who does what?
Concept note for the 2018 Uraía Citizenship Series, Brussels.
Final Program - Uraia 2018 Citizenship Series Brussels
Keynote Presentation - Petr Suska (Fraunhofer IAO)
Trail Blue - François Du Mortier / Ines Moubax (Bruxelles)
Trail Blue - Jeong Joon Ahn (Seoul)
Trail Blue - Katie Olson (City Tech Chicago)
Trail Green - Larbi Ben Tili (La Marsa)
Trail Green - Guillame Josse (Wexity)
Trail Orange - Fernanda Campagnucci (São Paulo)
Trail Orange - José Manuel Ribeiro (Valongo)
Trail Orange - Judit Florez (FEMP)
Trail Orange - Roberto Magro (FEMP)
Trail Orange - Bernard Massabo (Euromed Cities)
Trail Magenta - Bart Hanssens (Belgium)