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On 24 April our next Get Together & Discussion event is taking place, everyone is warmly welcome! We are especially happy to welcome our guests from UK: the Open Data Institute and the TravelSpirit Foundation will give insights into their inspiring work. At 5.30 pm we are opening our doors for everyone interested in sustainable mobility. Join us at the Get Together for drinks, snacks and chats at our Open Source Lab!

The Open Source Lab welcomes everyone to our Get Together & Discussion “Zero Emission City”!

 

The Get Together is going to take place within the Lab’s current key issue “Zero Emission City”, focussing on concepts of open source and open data approaches as bridging elements for cities and citizens to foster sustainable mobility and city planning and sustainable behaviour of citizens.

Our guests from overseas are going to give presentations and an insight into their inspiring work at the Open Data Institute and the TravelSpirit Foundation:

  • Peter Wells – Director of Policy, Olivier Thereaux – Head of Technology, and Alexandra Chandran – Commercial Manager at the Open Data Institute (see Peter Wells on Twitter). The ODI’s vision is to build a world where data works for everyone. They work with companies and governments to make data as open as possible while protecting people’s privacy, commercial confidentiality and national security, aiming to find the right balance for all societies and economies to feel the positive impacts data can bring.
  • Beate Kubitz from the TravelSpirit Foundation (see Beate Kubitz on Twitter)
    The TravelSpirit Foundation is an organisation that is connecting people all over the world. It is their goal to make transport more sustainable and efficient.

Whether you are new to open source and sustainable mobility or have been interested in the topics for a long time, you are welcome to visit our Get Together, which will be a great opportunity for networking and further discussions.

Registration

Please register until 17 April at the latest on eventbrite

We look forward to see you at the Open Source Lab!

5.30 – Start & Open Doors

6.00– Presentations and Q&A
– Open Data Institute: How to understand and monitor a city data ecosystem to help make better decisions
– TravelSpirit Foundation: TravelSpirit and the Open Mobility Ecosystem

6.45– Networking & exchange with snacks and drinks

Roundtable discussion

The Get Together is taking place following a Roundtable discussion at the lab. Several experts involved in sustainable mobility and open data will be joining us for our Roundtable. Our panellists will be: