The Committee on Data (CODATA) invites to a webinar, which will introduce an ongoing data-sharing programme on sustainable mobility in Hong Kong.
Open Data has contributed a lot to analyse and support urban processes. In many cities, it has led to the collaboration between different groups using data to develop new services and better monitoring of urban developments. For many urban issues, we need more than open data. New forms of public-private data partnerships are necessary to analyse complex issues such as climate change mitigation, energy management, and transport.
Speaker: Waltraut Ritter
Designation: Research Director
Affiliation: Knowledge Dialogues and University of Hong Kong
Waltraut Ritter is the founder of Knowledge Dialogues, specializing in research and advisory services relating to innovation, knowledge, and intellectual capital across the Asia‐Pacific region and Europe. She works on innovation projects at the intersection between universities, government, business and civil society. She is currently working on open innovation, a multi-stakeholder programme on transport data sharing for sustainable mobility in Hong Kong. She also regularly contributes to knowledge‐economy research of UNESCAP, UNESCO and OECD. She holds an MA in Information Science and Sociology from the Free University of Berlin and an MBA from Anglia University, Cambridge, U.K. She is a founding member of the New Club of Paris, a knowledge‐economy think tank, the International Council on Knowledge Management, and is serving on the ICT Committee of the European Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong and Macau. Twitter: @KDialogues.