The event offers the opportunity to bring all partners up to date with the current status of the work packages. What were the successes and what the challenges of the past few months and what the next steps will be. Among others, the University of Gothenburg will discuss the latest development of the Data for All knowledge pool, including a practical and scientific mapping of the data landscape in the North Sea countries.
Additionally, the seven pilot regions will discuss the first outcomes of their pilot projects, reflecting on how they engage end users, being citizens and/or local companies.
Brest métropole will present the Data Ethical Charter. Through eleven key principles, the Charter aims to create a trustworthy framework for the collection, storage, use and sharing of public or private data for purposes of general interest, on the territory of Brest métropole and its partners in western Brittany.
Brest métropole and Brest’aim will build upon the Charter to develop the Data for All regional pilot project. Both partners planned to build a shared platform that enables private and public entities, including tourism professionals, to exchange data seamlessly.
Brest is already a popular travel destination, including many sport, leasure and touristic amenities. Professionals and visitors alike will greatly benefit from improved data sharing.