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Circular city

Circularity is essential in energy, food production, water and waste management sectors, as well as, climate adaptation and mitigation strategies. Data plays a key role in accelerating circular pathways for many corporate organizations, but what about cities? How can an effective use of city data improve circularity and environmental awareness? In this section we’ll discuss how can effective use of city data can help us to create a circular city.

Open source

This section will be as interesting for citizens as for government officials and smart city tech fans. We'll talk about how urban projects can embrace transparency and community engagement by going open source. We'll try to find answers to the questions: which technologies can help with open source data collection and management? What are the potential obstacles?

Data Innovation

Living labs and innovation hubs are trending within the topic of smart cities. Inspired by sustainable living, they test the latest technologies that accelerate sharing and connectivity. They also change the nature of data management and collection, accordingly. This section will explore urban data innovation and collection strategies in their current form as well as try to answer the questions about the future of city data. The discussion will revolve around how and why living labs and innovation hubs are affecting data pathways.

About

PCDC is an international event hosted by the city of Prague to accelerate the sharing of the best practices, networking, and community engagement in the sphere of urban data. This year we open a discussion about modularity in the city by opting for three main areas: circular economy, innovation, and open-source.

We’ll address practical concerns in regard to advancing circularity through city data and talk about how different cities are using open-source. We will also touch on the potential of open-source within participatory data collection and community data management.

Last but not least, the light will be shed on the changing environment of smart city data within the context of innovation hubs and living labs. Many exciting insights will be brought by industry-leading cities and the host, the City of Prague.

Embark on this two-day journey into the urban data world with us!

The entrance will be possible upon approved registration for free.

Venue

Center for architecture

and metropolitan planning

Vyšehradská 51, Praha 2

Areál Emauzského kláštera

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Programme

Thursday, MAY 28

8:00

Registration

9:00

Welcome by Operátor ICT

9:15

Open Source Keynote

10:00

Circular City Keynote

10:45

Coffee Break

11:00

Open Source Session

12:15

Panel Discussion

12:40

Lunch

13:30

Circular City

14:30

Coffee break

14:40

Circular City

16:15

Recap & Feedback Session

18:00

Official Afterparty

11:00

Circular City Session

12:15

Panel Discussion

12:40

Lunch

13:30

Open Source

14:30

Coffee break

14:40

Open Source

16:15

Recap & Feedback Session

Friday, MAY 29

8:00

Additional Registration

8:30

Showcase & Coffee

9:30

Data Innovation Keynote

10:00

Data Innovation Session

11:15

Panel Discussion

11:40

Coffee Break

12:00

Data Innovation

13:00

Lunch

14:00

Data Innovation

15:00

Closing Feedback Session & Drinks