The Public Conference Open Data and Digital Innovation gathered in totally 54 persons from Estonia, Poland, Lithuania, Germany, Norway and Sweden. Both public and private actors from the Baltic Sea Region were represented and gave a diverse view on why it is important for governments and organisations to Open Up data to spur innovation.
Besides from three interesting speaks from the key notes Cecilia Westström – Senior Advisor at Statistics Sweden, Alexander Wyka – Enterprise Architect and Wojciech Dworakowski – IT security consultant, the Digital Baltic partners from Vöru presented how it is to be an e-resident of Estonia. Read more about it here.
The presentations from the day will be uploaded at downloads.
The partnerships of Digital Baltic also presented their findings from the four regional Open Space meetings and draw the conclusion that the Open Space Methodology is a good method to spur innovation in a group consisting of different actors.
Paweł Świeboda, president of demosEUROPA, moderator for the day summarized the conference on his twitter: Standardisation of public data in Baltic Sea Region can help to make a genuine economic resourse #digitalbaltic
Alexander Wkya initiated a group on LinkedIn for interested in the field that will continue to discuss the topic of the conference. The join the group please view.
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