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© eCulture.info 2016
09.11.2016 Europeana AGM - Riga 2016
“Coding da Vinci” reloaded
Fueling the Smart City innovation age...
© eCulture.info 2016
09.11.2016 Europeana AGM - Riga 2016
Coding da Vinci (Nord)
Hamburg 2016
- 17 teams/projects
- 33 dat...
© eCulture.info 2016 Connect – Collaborate - Innovate
09.11.2016 Europeana AGM - Riga 2016
Geo-
graphs
Designers
Archaeo-
...
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09.11.2016 Europe
17 Projects – 17 Teams
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09.11.2016 Europeana AGM - Riga 2016
Sponsors and Supporters
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09.11.2016 Europeana AGM - Riga 2016
Collaborate
Play
Innovate
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09.11.2016 Europeana AGM - Riga 2016
The Smart City
has to be relevant
for
citizens, business, academ...
© eCulture.info 2016
09.11.2016 Europeana AGM - Riga 2016
Hackathons help Cities to
become relevant
for
citizens, business...
© eCulture.info 2016
09.11.2016 Europeana AGM - Riga 2016
“Coding da Vinci” reloaded
Fueling the Smart City innovation age...
© eCulture.info 2016 Thank you !!
09.11.2016 Europeana AGM - Riga 2016
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I held this speech at Europeana AGM, November 2016 in Riga. Cities have to be relevant for their constituents, be it citizens, businesses, NGOs, .... Open innovation and specifically hackathons can contribute significantly to this goal. We conducted the culture hackathon "Coding da Vinci North" in 2016 in Hamburg. It was a great success in terms of particitpation, public awareness, outstanding results and a lot of fun for everybody who was involved (besides a whole lot of work of course). The most striking outcome were the excellent results from the teams who used the cultural data provided to develop solutions. Many of which have been further developed and have beeng successfully deployed to the public. To find out more about the hackathon please visit: codingdavinci.de

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“Coding da Vinci” reloaded - Fueling the Smart City Innovation Agenda

  1. 1. © eCulture.info 2016 09.11.2016 Europeana AGM - Riga 2016 “Coding da Vinci” reloaded Fueling the Smart City innovation agenda 2016 – CdV North/Hamburg2014/15 – CdV Germany/Berlin
  2. 2. © eCulture.info 2016 09.11.2016 Europeana AGM - Riga 2016 Coding da Vinci (Nord) Hamburg 2016 - 17 teams/projects - 33 datasets/160 GB Data - 21 cultural institutions - 170 attendees - 6 weeks design sprint Coding da Vinci (Germany) Berlin 2015 - 20 projects/teams - 59 datasets - 34 cultural institutions - 180 attendees - 10 weeks design sprint Designed by Freepik DK/Aarhus/Copenhagen SE/Stockholm Reaching out to new „Spaces“
  3. 3. © eCulture.info 2016 Connect – Collaborate - Innovate 09.11.2016 Europeana AGM - Riga 2016 Geo- graphs Designers Archaeo- logists Engineers Curators Coders PoliticiansCoding da Vinci North Enterprises Startups Small/ Medium Businesses Museums Govern- ment Libraries Galleries Universities NGOs Copen- hagen Aarhus Berlin WeimarKiel Stock- holm
  4. 4. © eCulture.info 2016 09.11.2016 Europe 17 Projects – 17 Teams
  5. 5. © eCulture.info 2016 09.11.2016 Europeana AGM - Riga 2016 Sponsors and Supporters
  6. 6. © eCulture.info 2016 09.11.2016 Europeana AGM - Riga 2016 Collaborate Play Innovate
  7. 7. © eCulture.info 2016 09.11.2016 Europeana AGM - Riga 2016 The Smart City has to be relevant for citizens, business, academia, NGOs, investors, ...
  8. 8. © eCulture.info 2016 09.11.2016 Europeana AGM - Riga 2016 Hackathons help Cities to become relevant for citizens, business, academia, NGOs, investors, ...
  9. 9. © eCulture.info 2016 09.11.2016 Europeana AGM - Riga 2016 “Coding da Vinci” reloaded Fueling the Smart City innovation agenda 2016 – Hamburg2014/15 – Berlin ? 2017
  10. 10. © eCulture.info 2016 Thank you !! 09.11.2016 Europeana AGM - Riga 2016 Kay Hartkopf Managing Partner – eculture.info k.hartkopf@eCulture.info +49 170 2982 190

I held this speech at Europeana AGM, November 2016 in Riga. Cities have to be relevant for their constituents, be it citizens, businesses, NGOs, .... Open innovation and specifically hackathons can contribute significantly to this goal. We conducted the culture hackathon "Coding da Vinci North" in 2016 in Hamburg. It was a great success in terms of particitpation, public awareness, outstanding results and a lot of fun for everybody who was involved (besides a whole lot of work of course). The most striking outcome were the excellent results from the teams who used the cultural data provided to develop solutions. Many of which have been further developed and have beeng successfully deployed to the public. To find out more about the hackathon please visit: codingdavinci.de

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