PCDC is hosted by the city of Prague to accelerate the sharing of the best practices, networking, and community engagement in the sphere of urban data. Each year we focus on excelling data practices in different areas and bring together experts from different fields to discuss the potential to change our cities for better through city-data.
Last year we’ve explored the consciousness of smart cities through the topics of mobility as a service, community engagement and sustainability, open data and API and building information modeling. Keynotes were delivered by Ira Winder (MIT), Ekim Tan (Play the City), Michael Woodbridge (New Cities) and Ross Douglas (Autonomy, Paris). A friendly atmosphere accompanied the discussion throughout two conference days. Small scale afternoon workshops that always follow the morning presentations enabled speakers and visitors to abandon the barriers and widen their horizons together.
This year we open a discussion about modularity in the city by picking three main areas that are gaining traction: circular economy, innovation, and open-source. Around three hundred attendees will come together to address practical concerns in regard to advancing circularity, open-source, and innovation hubs and living labs in their cities. Limited capacity workshops for professionals and municipal workers in respective fields will highlight the topics that Prague is aspiring to pursue in the future.
To embark on this two-day journey into the urban data world with us, please register in the Registration Section below and wait for approval.