Data sharing in the transport and mobility industries has begun to rise in recent years as stakeholders such as transport authorities, operators and other mobility actors try to address key issues and challenges through collaboration. Fostering such a culture is, thus, instrumental to have a more sustainable and interconnected Europe, based on quality, accessible and usable mobility data.
Join us next 25 November, between 9:30am and 11:00am CET/Brussels Time, online, to learn more about how MobiDataLab is supporting this data sharing culture in Europe and get some key insights on (i) who are the relevant actors for mobility data sharing, how lack of data impacts them and what are their needs (and get to know some proposals on how they can collaborate to address those challenges) and (ii) what is the current status of the mobility data sharing market – which are the companies, products and services already operating in Europe.
MobiDataLab will also be joined by other relevant EU Projects to discuss the challenges and opportunities of data sharing between actors in the transport, mobility, and other sectors.
Interested? Then, join us by registering below. If you are registered, you will receive a link to join the Webinar very shortly.
Take a closer look at the agenda below.
|09:30-09:35||Welcome and technical details, Inês Melo e Faro, F6S|
|09:35-09:45||The MobiDataLab project in a nutshell, Thierry Chevalier, Project Coordinator, AKKA|
|09:45-10:00||Who are the relevant actors for mobility data sharing, what are their needs |
and how can they cooperate?, Stella Noutsou, AETHON
|10:00-10:15||What is the status of the mobility data sharing market?, Didier De Ryck, KISIO|
|10:20-10:50||Panel discussion: the importance of a data sharing culture in Europe – main challenges |
Moderated by Suzanne Hoadley, POLIS
– DataPorts project, Santiago Caceres, Project Coordinator, ITI
– Moliere project, Josep Laborda, Project Coordinator, Factual Consulting
– SoBigData++ project, Roberto Trasarti, Project Coordinator, CNR ISTI
|10:55-11:00||Closing remarks, Inês Melo e Faro, F6S|