This year the event will be held in Prague, the Czech Republic from November 21st to 23rd. The theme is "At the Heart of the Ecosystem for Data and AI", delivering panels and talks by European and national level high-level speakers, and leading Big Data Value and Industrial AI industry and research experts. But EBDVF is not just about what happens at the stage - this is your chance to meet the whole community, get all the latest updates and create new collaborations!
EBDVF 2022 is organised by BDVA, under the auspices of the Czech EU presidency and in collaboration with IT4Innovations (VSB – Technical University of Ostrava), Plan4all and Charles University in Prague and the European Commission (DG CNECT).
Policy Cloud is participating in this year's EBDVF22 conference with a dedicated session titled "Making data-driven policy management a reality across Europe with potential adopters of the Policy Cloud Pilots" taking place on 22 November from 11:00 to 12:00 CET in the Ceremony room.
The Policy Cloud project harnessed the potential of digitisation, big data and cloud technologies to improve the modelling, creation, and implementation of public and business policy. Policy Cloud delivered a unique, integrated environment of curated datasets, and data management, manipulation, and analysis tools. The technologies delivered address the full lifecycle of policy management using the data analysis capabilities of the European Cloud Initiative.
The Policy Cloud expertise has been practically demonstrated in three thematically distinct Pilot use cases run in diverse European cities, positively impacting both economic growth and the lives of the citizens concerned. This final Policy Cloud event will showcase how data-driven policymaking has now become a fact in the different public administrations and how this has impacted not only the policymaking lifecycle but also their communities.
Speakers from within the project and external to the project will actively engage the audience to identify opportunities for future uptake and further development.
22 November 2022, 11:00 – 12:00 CET