19.05: SEMINARTime: 19th of May
Place: Erinevate Tubade Klubi, Tallinn, Estonia
Theme of the day: In the making of places through public e-services and e-products.
|09:00 - 09:15||
|09:00 - 13:00||Theme: Designing e-services and e-products for society planning|
|09:20 - 09:30||Setting the tone|
Christer Haglund, Head of the Nordic Council of Ministers Office in Estonia
|09:30 - 09:55 ||Andres Kütt, Estonian Information System Authority|
Building a modern digital society: a vision of cooperation and openness.
|10:00 - 10:25 ||Antti Poikola, Open Knowledge Finland |
MyData - approach for developing predictive and personalized public
|10:45 - 12:15 ||Marco Steinberg, Snowcone (Finland) |
Designing processes and products for societies and cities.
12:15 - 13:00
|13:00 - 15:00|
Theme: Open data and design thinking as a resource for e-governance
|13:00 - 13:20||Tanja Lahti, Project Manager, Helsinki Infoshare Region (tbc)|
City as innovation driver and a test pad for businesses.
|13:20 - 13:35||Ave Kargaja, Head of Geoinformatics and Cartography, Urban Planning Department, Tallinn City |
Tallinn experiences and potential in e-product development.
|13:35 - 13:50 ||Laura Altin, Tartu Smart City Lab, Positium |
Practical examples of using mobile phone location data for population statistics in Estonian cities.
|Time for coffee|
|14:00 - 14:20 ||Myrsini Glinos, eGovlab, Sweden |
A platform for government agencies to co-create user-driven services.
|14:20 - 14:40||Markko Karu, Chief Design Officer at Funderbeam, Estonia|
Right question is worth more than thousand answers: how design thinking helps more than design doing.
|15:30 -15:50||Presentation of results from the task session|
17:30 - 21:00
Baltic Open and Big Data 2017 hackathon kicks off
at Garage48 (address: Telliskivi 60a)
|Andres Kütt||Building a modern digital society: a vision of cooperation and openness.|
Andres Kütt has his key skills in design, analysis and planning of
|Antti Poikola||MyData - approach for developing predictive and personalised public services.|
|Antti Poikola has expertise is in developing solutions for the open collaboration between citizens, companies and the public sector organisations. He is active and well connected in Open Data and MyData movements in Finland and internationally. His research focuses around questions on how to utilize personal data for the benefit of individuals. He is the main author for the guidebook, My Data - human centric way to organize personal data published by the Finnish Ministry of Transport and Communications and currently he is organising big international "MyData" conference that will take place in Helsinki and Tallinn later this year.|
Designing processes and products for societies and cities. |
|Marco Steinberg is the founder of Snowcone and Haystack, a Helsinki-based strategic design practice focused on helping governments and leaders to innovate. Previously Steinberg was the Associate Professor at the Harvard Design School and founder and director of Strategic Design at the Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra. He is currently the Chairman of the Board of the Finnish Museum of Architecture and sits on the board of Design Driven Cities.|
|Tanja Marita Lahti||City as innovation driver and a test pad for businesses|
|Mrs Tanja Lahti has been working for the City of Helsinki since 2006. She has been working as Project manager of the regional open data service called Helsinki Region Infoshare since 2013. HRI service www.hri.fi provides lots of information about the Helsinki Region as open data for anyone to use freely. She has a Master of Administrative Sciences (Regional Studies) degree.|
|Ave Kargaja||Tallinn experiences and potential in e-product development|
|Ave Kargaja has been working as a GIS specialist and later as a head of the department in Tallinn Urban Planning Department. She has been managing large-volume projects, such as Virtual Old Town (2012). She is an active member of the Estonian Geoinformatics association and was during 2014-2016 its chairman of the board. |
|Laura Altin||Practical examples of using mobile phone location data for population statistics in Estonian cities.|
Laura Altin has been project manager in Positium starting from 2012 and her work is concentrating on tourism studies, regional and urban planning, transportation planning based on mobile phone location data. Laura is also conducting PhD studies in University of Tartu with a research focus on mobile phone datasets and tourism destination loyalty.
|Myrsini Glinos||A platform for government agencies to co-create user-driven services|
Myrsini's expertise lies in the field of smart cities and she is working both on a local and international level leading smart cities projects within eGovlab. Before joining eGovlab, Myrsini took a Masters degree in urban studies at UCL, in London and a Bachelor's degree in Architecture at the University of Bath. She completed internships in urban design teams within ARUP, Dar Al Handasah and Perkins + Wills where she helped in the creation of city masterplans and urban design strategies. She also worked as a tech entrepreneur in London and was elected winner young entrepreneur of the Sirius Programme, backed by the UK Trade and Investment.
|Markko Karu||Design's role in enterprise: how the service design can help|
|Markko will talk about the hardest moment in design process, the problem context, where companies have to align themselves to the needs of customers and define themselves through the change they make in customers lives. In past 20 years has Markko consulted over 200 organizations with branding, packaging and communication issues, founded few creative companies and acted as a spokesperson for Estonian design industry. Today he is a Chief Design Officer of startup stock exchange Funderbeam, where early stage companies can raise money for their bold endeavours. |