Three years ago, public and private parties started AMdEX and they are approaching the end of the first development phase. During the AMdEX Acceleration event on November 30 in Amsterdam, they look back on the main successes and they would like to discuss the future of AMdEX with you.
- Welcome and introduction – Willem Koeman (AMdEX)
- Keynote: Data for open source journalism – Annique Mossou (Bellingcat) provides insights into the use of publicly available data to uncover and verify information about conflicts.
- The impact of data on the future of the environment – Caspar de Jonge (Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management)
- Fair data sharing between companies and government: how to safeguard rights and interests – Heleen Janssen (Institute for Information Law / University of Amsterdam)
- Flying safer by sharing your data with competitors: how does KLM do it? – Asteris Apostolidis and Leon Gommans (KLM)
- Strengthen the collective: How do you share data with a common goal? A practical example from the travel industry – Dennis Groot (Abykys) and Henri-Dick Rondhuis
- What value does AMdEX have for startups and SMEs? – Dexes, Roseman Labs
- This is how data supports innovation in mobility, public space and housing – Vincent Habers (DMI/Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management)
- Data Commons: a fair and democratic alternative for establishing data ownership – Simone van der Burg (Waag)
A look behind the scenes of AMdEX – Peter Burgel (AMS-IX)
Panel discussion – The central question is whether and how Europe and the Netherlands can maintain their digital sovereignty. Including Peter Verkoulen (CoE-DSC), Paul Tang (Member of the European Parliament), and Lieke Hamers (Dell Technologies)