The Global Goals Lab DATA SUMMIT will take place 25-26 November 2015, Stockholm. The first data summit following the launch of the Sustainable Development Goals in September will provide the space to rethink data for development and global sustainability. The summit aims to link personal health to the health of cities and the health of the planet. We will connect people working with data, sensor technology and development for two days of deep dialogue, project initiation and innovation.
The end goal is to launch the GLOBAL GOALS LAB, an innovation space around data for the UN Global Goals.
Maja Brisvall, Quantified Planet
Rebecca Oliver, Future Earth
Joachim Beijmo, Sida
Communicating the Global Goals – Number 3, 11 and 13
Jakob Trollbäck, Trollbäck & Co.
Goal #13 Climate Action: Why do we need new data?
Owen Gaffney, Future Earth
Goal #3 Health: Which are the priorities we need to make in Health?
Magnus Magnusson, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Earth observations from space
Cat Downey, Liason Officers, European Space Agency
Space and sensordata – Global Fishing Watch
David Shearer, Chairman, Skytruth
How can machine learning help the planet?
Damian Borth, Head of Madm, German Institute for Artificial Intelligence
Farmers using weather data
Liisa Petrovska, CEO, Ignitia
Managing nature with sensors in Kenya
Fredrik Gustafsson, Professor Sensor Systems, Linköping
Nina Wormbs, Lab for Humanities
Goal #11 Urban - Healthy cities
How do we create resilient regenerative cities?
Thomas Elmqvist, Professor, Urban Systems, Stockholm Resilience Centre
Data for Kampala, how do we collect and share it?
John Quinn, Data Scientist, Global Pulse Lab Kampala
How do we build new data collection infrastructures in cities?
Johan Falk, Intel
Per Mosseby, CIO, SKL
A. The Global Goals toolbox for building national/global campaigns
B. Turning smart city initiatives to sensors testbeds for Global Goals
C. The sensor handbook – beyond digitization, what data can we collect and how do we create the narrative?
D. Collecting and visualising data
E. The Ating –the engaged citizens journey for data
by Joachim Beijmo, Sida at Open Café
19.00 Evening lecture
by David Shearer, Skytruth
Goal #13 Climate Action- On Planetary boundaries and the anthropocene
by Will Steffen, Executive Director of the Climate Change Institute at the Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra. He is also science adviser to the Department of Climate Change, Australian Government
Tech & Design Toolbox
Torkel Ödegaard, Grafana – Visualisation tools
Learnings from Kampala
John Quinn, Data Scientist, Pulse Lab, Kampala
The next step for the Global Goals Lab
Location: School of Architecture, Royal Institute of Technology, Oscars backe 5, Stockholm. Here is a map
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