H3C Event: Built for people – human-centric solutions for the built environment 6 April 2022

H3C Event: Built for people – human-centric solutions for the built environment

6 April 2022, Time 14:00-16:00 EET (Helsinki time)

Where: F2F event at Maria 01, Lapinlahdenkatu 16, Helsinki Urban 3 Space
Click here for the recording from the event.

Our cities’ built environment is becoming more data-driven and digital. Analysing people’s digital footprints provide valuable insights in building better cities and improving public and private services used daily. This event connects stakeholders from two leading networks – MyData, focused on promoting ethical use of personal data, and Kirahub – supporting sustainable digitalisation in the built environment. You’ll hear about concrete solutions that improve the overall quality of cities and get to network with leading experts in the field.

The event is co-organised by MyData Global and KIRAHub.

Time EEST Agenda
Welcome and introductions 
Welcome and introductions 

What is MyData and what’s in it for smart cities?

Interview with Teemu Ropponen, General Director, MyData Global


KIRAHub: economically, ecologically and humanely sustainable built environment

Interview with Teemu Lehtinen, CEO of KIRAHub

14:25- 15:15

Showcasing real-life solutions 

Pitches presenting the human-centric solutions for built environment 

City Feedback App (SmashHit project): Niko Oksa, Manager of Sales, Infotripla Oy

Electric Vehicles charging demo by the City of Espoo: Wilhemiina Griep, Project Manager, City of Espoo

ID and trust network in public transport: Jaakko Rintamäki, Service manager, mobility data and services, Fintraffic 

Haltian – Empathic Building, Juuso Ilmelä, Head of Sales, Empathic Building

Wapice IoT-TICKET® Smart City Solutions, Jari Kuusisto, Product Manager, IoT for Smart Citiesemail

15:15- 15:25 Conclusions and calls to action
15:25-15:55  Networking 
16:00 Closing

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