Friday at BMVI
We are excited to receive you at the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure on the first day.
Christian Heise, Chairman of the Board, Open Knowledge Foundation Germany
Dorothee Bär, Parliamentary State Secretary to the Federal Minister for Transport and Digital Infrastructure
State of the Open: Work in Progress:
Fiona Krakenbürger, Community Organizer Code for Germany, Open Knowledge Foundation Germany
Maxi Richt, Developer and Project Lead, kleineAnfragen.de, Open Knowledge Foundation Germany
Arne Semsrott, Project Lead, FragdenStaat, Open Knowledge Foundation Deutschland
Open Administration: Long-term perspective for Germany
The challenges are manifold - whether socially, economically or politically. OpenData, transparency and Civic Tech open up new possibilities to solve these challenges.
Franz-Reinhard Habbel, Writer and Speaker of the German Association of Towns and Municipalities, Berlin
About people, data and good intentions
Zara Rahman, Research Lead, The Engine Room
Civic Tech Inspirations
The Civic Tech Community is growing year after year in Germany. It presents your most exciting projects and most useful applications here.
GentriMap – Melanie Thewlis
luftdaten.info – Jan Lutz
München Transparent – Tobias Hößl
OParl – Ernesto Ruge
Data-Run: Converting Mobility Concepts with Open Data
Truckoo – Marko Jeftic
waterRUNners – Alexander Schmid & Robert R. Biene
FreeMobility – Valentin Jahn
The economic potential of open data
Walter Palmetshofer, Project Lead, Open Data Incubator for Europe, Open Knowledge Foundation Deutschland
Amnesty International on small tasks, big data and massive engagement
Milena Marin, Senior Innovations Campaigner, Amnesty International
Journalism, Leaks, Open and Private Data
Vanessa Wormer, Data Journalist, Süddeutsche Zeitung
Reflections on Dear Data
Stefanie Posavec, Data Centred Designer and Co-author of Dear Data
Evidence is Power. Data Literacy in Action
The Datenschule discusses data literacy approaches and digital NGO projects with representatives from the international School of Data Network.
Bardhyl Jashari, Executive Director, Metamorphosis Foundation, Macedonia
Sylvia Fredriksson, Designer-Researcher at the Cité du Design in Sainte-Etienne
At the end of the first day we want to use the opportunity that so many smart minds with experience in open data are gathered at in one place and ask you to think of ideas on how to increase Open Data in Germany. These ideas can be further discussed on the second day.
Program for the second day