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EDF2013: Invited Talk Malte Beyer-Katzenberger: The EU Data Value Chain
 

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Invited talk of Malte Beyer-Katzenberger, DG CONNECT, Unit G3 – Data Value Chain, European Commission, at the European Data Forum 2013, 9 April 2013 in Dublin, Ireland: The EU Data Value Chain

Invited talk of Malte Beyer-Katzenberger, DG CONNECT, Unit G3 – Data Value Chain, European Commission, at the European Data Forum 2013, 9 April 2013 in Dublin, Ireland: The EU Data Value Chain

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  • Proud to be in Berlin: Berlin most important hotbed for IT investment after Cambridge.
  • Datenwertschöpfungskette: The general objective of the European Data Value Chain Strategy is to exploit the full potential that data offers in fostering innovative products and services throughout the EU by contributing to the creation of a coherent European data ecosystem. Key policy targets: - increase the number of data-related jobs; - increase the number of data-related start-ups and fast-growing SMEs; - increase the revenue generated based on data in the Member States; - improved use of data for decision making processes in the private and public sector Volume, velocity, variety & value als Herausforderungen.
  • Einbeziehung kultureller Einrichtungen: Studien der Kommission haben ergeben, dass nur sehr wenige Einrichtungen auf Einnahmen aus der Weiterverwendung angewiesen sind, um ihre Kernaufgaben wahrzunehmen, sondern eher um weitere Aktivitäten zu entwickeln; der höchste Anteil betrug 11% der Gesamteinnahmen. Kulturelle Einrichtungen werden nur dem gegenwärtigen Rechtsstand unterworfen, also keine Pflicht eine Nutzung zuzulassen, aber Gleichbehandlung aller Weiterverwender, Kostendeckungsprinzip, level playing field zwischen öffentlichen und privaten Weiterverwendern Tarifgrundsätze: - Grenzkosten/ Zusatzkostenprinzip, aber Ausnahmen, kulturelle Institutionen sind sowieso dem alten Regime unterworfen; die zu erwartenden Einnahmeausfälle werden durch eine erhöhte ökonomische Aktivität ausgeglichen (mehr Jobs, mehr Umsätze in diesem Segment, mehr Steuereinnahmen); Grenzkostenprinzip verdirbt natürlich den Markt bei privaten Konkurrenten der Datensammlung, z.B. private Wetterdienstleister; Frage der Markteintrittshürden für kleinere Unternehmen, wenn Lizenzgebühren zu hoch, aber nicht zu hoch für Big player  wettbewerbsrechtliche Frage Beweislastumkehr: Behörde muss ihre Kostenstruktur offen legen. Guidelines on charging and on licensing

EDF2013: Invited Talk Malte Beyer-Katzenberger: The EU Data Value Chain EDF2013: Invited Talk Malte Beyer-Katzenberger: The EU Data Value Chain Presentation Transcript

  • The EU Data ValueChainDr. Malte Beyer-Katzenberger,European Commission,DG CONNECT, Unit G3 – Data Value Chain
  • Overview• Working towards a data value chain & creating a Europeandata ecosystem• The EUs open data policy• A focus on the legal framework for PSI
  • Towards a European data ecosystem
  • The EUs open data policy:#opendata & #ogd & #psi & #openaccess• The EU open data policy: Facilitate use and reuseof existing public data;• Legal & policy framework for public sectorinformation (PSI) ≈ #ogd;• Research data (Open Access);• Open business data?Ex.: Vattenfall utility data:www.netzdaten-berlin.de
  • The EUs open data policy:Why are we doing it?• Untapped business opportunities;• Need to address societal challenges;• Better governance and citizen empowerment• Need to accelerate scientific progress.Read more:Commission policy paper: COM(2011) 882http://tinyurl.com/btcfutp
  • The EUs PSI policy……is a sub-set of the overall open data policy…is composed of:•A Directive aiming to set a minimum standard for reuse of#ogd/ #psi in Europe;•A decision obliging the Commission to allow reuse of ist owndata;•Deployment of an EU open data portal;•Work on a pan-European aggregator for open data;•Supporting measures.
  • Legal framework for #ogd/ #psi:The PSI Directive• Creates a level-playing field for reusers of #ogd insidethe EU;• All reusers need to be treated equal (including equaltreatment between public and private reusers);• Putting a ceiling on possible charges (and incurring ano-charging policy);• Transparency on conditions and charges (includingwork on licensing conditions);Read more here: https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/legislative-measures
  • The revision of the PSI DirectiveKey points•Introduction of a right to reuse: All informationaccessible under national FoI laws shall becomereusable;•Libraries, museums and archives brought under theumbrella of the Directive;•Lowering the ceiling for charging.Read more: http://tinyurl.com/bp8heku
  • Lets make #ogd happen– related activities• Funding the stakeholder outreach platform ePSI:http://epsiplatform.eu/• Funding a thematic network on legal aspects of PSI reuse:http://www.lapsi-project.eu/(v1.0 & v2.0)• Funding support services in relation to publishing data onopen data portals, including training and advisory services.• Guidelines on licensing & charging
  • Thank you for your attention!Contact:Malte Beyer-Katzenbergermalte.beyer-katzenberger@ec.europa.euFollow us on Twitter: @EC_opendataWeb: http://tinyurl.com/bpw8xf2