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Thursday, November 28 • 15:00 - 16:30
WS 182 Data Governance for Smarter City Mobility

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The workshop focusses on the question of "How should data in Smart Cities be governed to foster the creation and delivery of effective, innovative and sustainable mobility and transportation services for citizens, while respecting their privacy and other fundamental rights?"

The goal of the workshop is to:
  • identify conflicts of interests in data (sharing) in the context of Smart City Mobility, based on the impulse statements as well as the own knowledge and experiences of the workshop participants. 
  • discuss possible data governance solutions  (e.g. principles for data governance), based on the impulse statements as well as the evidence from practice and the experiences and interests of the diverse stakeholders identified in the workshop itself.
  • develop concrete recommendations and best practices for urban planners, municipal administrations, civic initiatives, technology providers and other relevant actors

Workshop agenda:

The workshop will begin with a brief introduction of the workshop goal and format as well as the challenges and possible solutions of data Governance in connection to mobility in Smart Cities that we have identified in our working group’s current research. It will be followed by three to four impulse presentations on the core challenges of data governance in Smart Cities (see speakers list below).

The round table discussions will follow the Purpose to Practice - workshop format, where the stakeholders initially shape together all the elements that will determine the success of their initiative and hence a shared purpose. All additional elements—principles, participants, structure, and practices—are designed to help achieve the purpose.

Finally, each of the round table groups presents the results of their discussion, e.g. identified conflicts of interests in data (sharing) in the context of Smart City Mobility, possible data governance solutions as well as recommendations for the relevant actors in this field (esp. urban planners, municipal administrations, civic initiatives, technology providers).


Introduction 15 min
Introduction of the workshop goal and format, as well our working group’s research on data governance in connection to Smart City mobility
Impulse presentations on the core challenges of data governance in Smart Cities

Round tables 70 min:
4 Round table break-out discussions on:
  • Data protection and privacy
  • Political accountability and transparency
  • Human Rights and Inclusion
  • Innovation, Competition and Incentives
  • Technical Infrastructure and Interoperability


Closing Remarks 5 min:

We connect the outcomes of the round tables for a holistic outlook on data governance solutions in the context of Smart City mobility.  

Speakers:
  • Dörte Schramm, Private Sector, Organisation: Robert Bosch Gmbh
  • Eun Chang Choi, Academia, Organisation: The Free Internet Project
  • Dr. Kamalanetra A. C. Hung, Private Sector, Activist, Organisation: Pineapple Laboratories, IN_Visible
  • Nigel Zhuwaki, Smart Mobility Consultant, GoMetro Pty Ltd.

Organisors:
  • Max von Grafenstein, Einstein Center Digital Future
  • Alina Wernick, Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society



Session Organizers

Thursday November 28, 2019 15:00 - 16:30
Raum V Sonnenallee 225, 12057 Berlin, Germany

Attendees (50)