The workshop aims to bridge the gap between the data and the practical use of the open geodata, presenting some real use cases.
14:00-14:15 Beyond SDI: Open Data Ecosystems – a new public sector role? Ulla Kronborg Mazzoli, Danish Agency for Data Supply and Efficiency
With increasingly complex problems and a multitude of diverse user needs, we must join forces in new ways to solve problems and provide solutions in appropriate quality. In data ecosystem everyone contributes what they do best, and the users are the focal point. Open Spatial Data plays a key role in data driven decision making and underpins a broad range of solutions with geographically related information. This presentation will provide a Danish public agency´s view on data ecosystems, the value creation and why ‘ecosystem thinking’ may challenge the way, we collaborate.
Ulla Kronborg Mazzoli is Chief Advisor for the Danish Agency for Data Supply and Efficiency where she works with digital government, data infrastructure, data driven innovation and value creation, recently in the context of data ecosystems. She is the national INSPIRE Contact Point and Danish representative in several EU expert groups. Ulla holds a Master of Science in Geography and a diploma degree in Leadership and Management. She is the chair of the Danish Association for Geographic Information´s International Committee.
14:15-14:30 Beyond SDI. Benefits and value of the national SDI in Spain, Alejandro Guinea de Salas, Geograma
There are no many studies about the economic impact of the SDI and geospatial open data. In this session, we will comment the spanish study and how much and what the benefits of the national SDI.
Alejandro Guinea de Salas is the CEO of Geograma, a Mapping, Location and Peodata profesional Services Provicer, that helps the companies to speed the data monetization, create new income streams and achieve operationa excellence thirught the use of geospatial information.
14:30-14:45 Beyond SDI: Good Practices for Cloud Native Open Data, Jill Saligoe-Simmel, Esri
Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) are quickly evolving into a system of systems enabled by geospatial infrastructure. While well-known good practices exist for sharing downloadable data and metadata through traditional data clearinghouses, does this new global data ecosystem call for special considerations? Are new good practices needed for sharing cloud-native open data? In this session, we’ll pull from examples worldwide and share our observations.
Jill Saligoe-Simmel, is principal Product Manager of Geospatial Infrastructure and INSPIRE at Esri, where she leads product requirements and strategy for next-generation Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI). As Subject Matter Expert, Jill brings 25 years of geospatial technology, governance, and policy level experience, with substantial involvement in statewide and national SDI. She is a trusted advisor to multi-organizational collaboratives who plan and implement integrated geospatial infrastructure. Jill has founded and led two non-profit organizations throughout her career and co-founded a privately held software company.
14:45-15:00 Open discussion
Participation is free of charge.
Please register here: https://lnkd.in/e-R26fUT