ONE Conference Brussels 2014  - 
Policies (R)evolution & Every European Digital

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13.30 – 15.00 Parallel thematic sessions

Session 1: Monitoring ICT trends  - ONE project results
Chair:  Krzysztof Pijanowski, Lodz Region (PL)
Moderator: Desiree Bua, CSI Piemonte

Angela Appendino, Claudia Simonato, CSI-Piemonte (IT) - Piedmont ICT Observatory: main observations and tools
Krzysztof Pijanowski, Lodz Region (PL) - Implementation plan for an ICT Observatory in the Lodz Region
Petr Pavlinec, Regional Authority of the Vysočina Region (CZ) - Regional ICT Development Strategies in the Vysočina Region, Czech Republic
Grzegorz Orawiec, Marshal’s Office of the Swietokrzyskie Regional Government, (PL) - Monitoring Of Regional Development Policy between 2014-2020
Gilda De Marco, Paola Lupieri, Insiel S.p.A. (IT) - The Regional Service Card in the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region
Grégoire Odou, La Fonderie (FR) - Smart Places for Smart Territories

 

Session 2:  Integration and interoperability for (regional) development
Chair: Sylviane Toporkoff, Global Forum (FR)
Moderator: Marek Canecky, Ministry of Justice (SK)

Mariella Berra, University of Turin (IT) - High-tech Innovation Activities and ICT Infrastructures in Piedmont
 Nives Alciato, CSI-Piemonte (IT) - Homer: a case study of federation among open data portals
Sergio Giorgi, SMartBe Foundation (BE) - EMIS: European Mobility Information System
Cedric Lambert, Région Rhône-Alpes (FR) - Transforming datasets into information: An exposition set up by high school students


15.30 – 17.00      Parallel thematic sessions

Session 3: Digital strategies and tools for smart cities and regions
Chair: Adrian Slatcher, Manchester DDA (UK)
Moderator: Gilda De Marco, INSIEL (IT)

 Jiří Průša, CZ.NIC Association (CZ) - IPv6 policies and lessons for Digital Europe
 Adrian Slatcher, Manchester Digital Development Agency (UK) - Tools for Smart Cities
 Hugo Kerschot, IS-practice (BE) - OpenTransportNet: The Future of Georeferenced Open Data
Francesca Vencato, Kent Brussels Office (BE) -  CASA – Regions for Smart Living
Paola Mensi, CSI-Piemonte (IT) - Benefits in the adoption of ICT tools for tourism in remote areas: DANTE project


Session 4:  Opening Digital Agenda
Chair: Grégoire Odou,  La Fonderie  (FR)
Moderator:  Daniel Van Lerberghe, Fondation EurActiv PoliTech (BE)

Roland Traunmüller, Johannes Kepler University Linz (AT) - Open Government Data Will Bring Change
Javier Calvo Fernández, Agency for the Management of Agriculture and Fisheries of Andalucia (ES) - Open Data and re-use of public information through regional co-operation: HOMER project
 Radek Bejdák, EPMA (CZ) - Policy Intelligence approach in Public Administration
Luca Gioppo, CSI-Piemonte (IT) - Open-DAI project – a new model for opening Public Authority data silos
Ondřej Pokorný, eNovation Ltd. (CZ) - Public contracts and their impact on stable business environment
 

Session 5: Innovation, citizens and government policies
Chair: Panayiotis Kyriakides, OCECPR (CY)
Moderator: Madeleine Siösteen Thiel, VINNOVA (SE)

 Peter Sonntagbauer, Cellent AG (AT) - The FUPOL Policy Lifecycle Model and related Technologies in Practice
  Jeremy Millard, Danish Technological Institute (DK) - Digital social innovation for developing places
Sylvie Occelli, IRES- Istituto di Ricerche Economico Sociali del Piemonte (IT) - Knowledge interaction for legitimate system actions
Rima Kregždytė, Lithuanian University of Health Sciences (LT) - The Set of Simulations & Games for Improving Citizens’ e-skills
 Eva Kašparová, University of Economics in Prague (CZ) - The effective training an important step towards the changing minds