Venue: ERTICO, Blue Tower, Avenue Louise 326, Brussels
Date: 10 March 2015
In this stakeholder meeting we discussed issues on open data and data re-use. FOT-Net Data aims to support data sharing, both in existing projects and in new projects in the Horizon 2020 programme. The work on the data sharing framework and the collaboration with the US-DOT was presented.
The meeting addressed three main topics:
Everyone with an interest in sharing and re-using data and in Field Operational Tests was cordially invited to attend this event, free of charge. We especially liked to welcome stakeholders from the newly awarded H2020 projects and stakeholders that are preparing H2020 proposals in order to discuss issues with open data, and the possibilities for sharing project data and for re-using existing data.
|10:00||Opening and introduction on FOT-Net Data|
|11:20||Recommendations and best practices for data sharing in new projects, the FOT-Net Data sharing Platform||Helena Gellerman (SAFER): download presentation Data sharing|
|11:40||The data protection concept in UDRIVE, the European Naturalistic Driving Study||Nicole van Nes (SWOV, project coordinator UDRIVE): download presentation UDRIVE|
|12:00||Data sharing in the US||Ram Kandarpa (Booz Allen Hamilton): download presentation Data sharing in the US|
|13:30||European activities in Smart Cities, from a data perspective (sharing/reuse/ownership/privacy)||Anne Deltour (European Commission, DG Connect, coordinating Smart Cities): download presentation Smart Cities|
|13:50||Open data in cities, experiences from different cities and regions|
|15:15||FOT Data Catalogue||Satu Innamaa (VTT): download presentation FOT-Net Data catalogue|
|15:30||DRIVEC2X, Compass4D and FOTsis, what type of data did they collect and what could they offer?|
|16:00||Discussion on H2020 projects and proposals: how to ensure open data and data sharing?||Panel discussion with stakeholders|
|16:40||Conclusions and wrap-up||Yvonne Barnard (ERTICO – ITS Europe) and Sami Koskinen (VTT)|
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 610453.