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DataDio Helsinki Stakeholder Event 1st

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Harnessing Digitalization, Open and Big Data for the Benefit of Forestry

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DataDio Helsinki Stakeholder Event 1st

  1. 1. This document is part of a project that has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 732064. It is the property of the DataBio consortium and shall not be distributed or reproduced without the formal approval of the DataBio Management Committee. Project Acronym: DataBio Grant Agreement number: 732064 (H2020-ICT-2016-1 – Innovation Action) Project Full Title: Data-Driven Bioeconomy Project Coordinator: INTRASOFT International MEETING AGENDA DataBio Helsinki Stakeholder Event: “Harnessing Digitalization, Open and Big Data for the Benefit of Forestry” Date(s) 1st of October 2019 Place Pääposti, Mannerheiminaukio 1B, 00100 Helsinki Status - version, date v1.0 2.7.2019 Dissemination level Public
  2. 2. Dissemination level: Public Page 2 Table of Contents 1 Meeting agenda 3 2 Meeting venue and practical information 4 2.1 Directions to the venue 4 2.2 Accommodation 4 2.3 Field visit 5 2.4 Sauna and networking dinner 5 3 About DataBio-project 6 4 About Helsinki 7
  3. 3. Dissemination level: Public Page 3 1 Meeting agenda Time Topic Speaker / Host Place / Meeting room 11:00 Registering and lunch at Restaurant Pääposti Pääposti/ Auditorio 12:00 Welcome and event opening Ari Eini, Director / Finnish Forest Centre Pääposti/ Auditorio 12:10 Introduction to Open forest data Service Juha Inkilä, Project manager / Finnish Forest Centre Pääposti/ Auditorio 12:30 Introduction to Metsään.fi-service for forest owners and forestry actors (companies, associations and service providers) Virpi Stenman, Project manager / DataBio, Finnish Forest Centre Pääposti/ Auditorio 13:00 The importance of data for the European Digital Single Market with perspectives to policies and B2G data sharing Alberto Gago-Fernandez, Policy officer / DG CNECT European Commission Pääposti/ Auditorio 13:45 Coffee Break 14:15 Wuudis: A use case on forest field data collection & analysis Seppo Huurinainen, CEO / Wuudis Solutions Oy Pääposti/ Auditorio 14:40 Forestry TEP: Platform solution for forest analyses based on Satellite Data Renne Tergujeff, Senior scientist / VTT Pääposti/ Auditorio 15:00 Sentinel-2 forest monitoring for bark beetle damage identification and control in spruce dominated forests in Czech Republic Marek Mlcousek / Forest Management Institute Czech Republic Pääposti/ Auditorio 15:20 Field Visit: Forest site excursion and field visit introduction with some snacks Kalle Ikonen, Service manager / MetsäGroup Juho Heikkilä, Chief forest data specialist / Finnish Forest Centre Bus transfer from Pääposti to the forest site. 19:00 Return to the city of Helsinki. Bus stops at Pääposti and Sea Pool. Possibility to swim and have sauna at Allas Sea Pool Jyrki Haataja, Leading Expert / Finnish Forest Centre Bus transfer from the site visit back to Pääposti and Sea Pool. 20:30 Dinner at Restaurant Savotta https://www.ravintolasavotta.fi/en Jyrki Haataja, Leading Expert / Finnish Forest Centre Savotta Restaurant
  4. 4. Dissemination level: Public Page 4 2 Meeting venue and practical information 2.1 Directions to the venue From the airport (Helsinki, HEL) You can conveniently travel to the city centre of Helsinki with a train connection from Helsinki Airport. The I train travels a route: Helsinki – Tikkurila – Airport – Myyrmäki – Helsinki, while the P train travels the opposite direction: Helsinki – Myyrmäki – Airport – Tikkurila Helsinki. Both of the trains run on the Ring Rail Line between Helsinki city centre and the airport. The travel time is about 30 minutes. The timetables, routes and ticket prices can be found on the HSL website: https://www.hsl.fi/en. Please notice that you need a regional ticket for travelling between the Airport and Helsinki city centre. More information is available at Finavia website: https://www.finavia.fi/en/airports/helsinki-airport/access/trains. If you are using other means of transport, the location on the map is at address Mannerheiminaukio 1B, 00100 Helsinki, Finland and on google map https://goo.gl/maps/UW4gUrCMt6SKmmo98. The entrance to Pääposti Auditorio meeting room is located at C stair entrance and this can be accessed via the Postikuja street. 2.2 Accommodation Accommodation is booked directly by the participants. Please find attached the list of recommended hotels close to the venue. Please notice that Finland will be hosting the presidency of the Council of the European Union from 1st of July onwards, so it is highly recommended to make your hotel reservations well in advance. This will also ensure the availability as well as moderate prices for your accommodation. Hotel Address Phone Email Distance to Pääposti venue Holiday Inn Helsinki City Centre, https:/www.ihg.com/holidayinn/ho tels/gb/en/helsinki/helek/hoteldet ail Elielinaukio 5, 00100 Helsinki +358 9 54255000 hihcc@holidayinnhelsinki.fi 3 minutes walk Original Sokos Hotel Vaakuna, Helsinki http://www.sokoshotels.fi/fi/helsin ki/sokos-hotel-vaakuna Asema-aukio 2, 00100 Helsinki +358 20 1234 610 vaakuna.helsinki@sokosho tels.fi 2 minutes walk Scandic Seurahuone, https://www.scandichotels.com/ho tels/finland/helsinki/seurahuone- helsinki Kaivokatu 12, 00100 Helsinki +358 9 6899 9035 seurahuone@scandichotel s.com 3 minutes walk Sokos hotel presidentti https://www.sokoshotels.fi/fi/helsi nki/sokos-hotel-presidentti Eteläinen Rautatiekatu 4, 00100 Helsinki +358 20 1234 608 presidentti.helsinki@sokos hotels.fi 4 minutes walk
  5. 5. Dissemination level: Public Page 5 Scandic Simonkenttä https://www.scandichotels.com/ho tels/finland/helsinki/scandic- simonkentta Simonkatu 9, 00100 Helsinki +358 9 68 380 simonkentta@scandichotel s.com 5 minutes walk 2.3 Field visit The field visit will locate about 45 minutes’ drive from Helsinki city centre. During the excursion, the forest operations related data sharing chain is introduced and connected with the actual forest operations. In October, the Finnish weather can be unstable and therefore it is highly recommended to reserve some warm clothes, proper shoes as well as rain accessories for the visit. 2.4 Sauna and networking dinner The dinner will take place at restaurant Savotta, https://www.ravintolasavotta.en. Savotta word actually means a logging site, so it follows the forestry theme of the day. Before the dinner, there is a possibility to enjoy the Finnish sauna and outdoor swimming pool close to the dinner place at Allas Sea Pool https://www.allasseapool.fi/en/.
  6. 6. Dissemination level: Public Page 6 3 About DataBio-project DataBio-project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 732064. Topic: ICT-15-2016-2017; Big Data PPP: Large Scale Pilot actions in sectors best benefitting from data-driven innovation. The main goal of the DataBio project is to show the benefits of Big Data technologies in the raw material production from agriculture, forestry and fishery/aquaculture for the bioeconomy industry to produce food, energy and biomaterials responsibly and sustainably. DataBio proposes to deploy a state of the art, big data platform on top of the existing partners’ infrastructure and solutions – the Big DATABIO Platform. The work will be continuous cooperation of experts from end user and technology provider companies, from bioeconomy and technology research institutes, and of other partners. In the pilots also associated partners and other stakeholders will be actively involved. The selected pilots and concepts will be transformed into pilot implementations using co- innovative approaches and tools where the bioeconomy sector end users, experts and other stakeholders will give input to the user and sector domain understanding for the requirement specifications for ICT, Big Data and Earth Observation experts and for other solution providers in the consortium. Based on the preparation and requirement specifications work, the pilots are implemented using and selecting the best suitable market ready or almost market ready Big Data and Earth Observation methods, technologies, tools and services to be integrated to the common Big DATABIO Platform. During the pilots the close cooperation continues and feedback from the bioeconomy sector user companies will be harnessed in the technical and methodological upgrades for pilot implementations. Based on the pilot results and the new solutions also new business opportunities are expected. In addition during the pilots the end users are participating in trainings to learn how to use the solutions and developers also outside the consortium will be active in the Hackathons to design and develop new tools, services and application for the platform. Databio’s expected achievements include but are not limited to: ● Demonstrate increase of productivity in bioeconomy ● Increase of market share of Big Data technology providers in the bioeconomy sector ● More than double the use of Big Data technology in bioeconomy ● Leveraging additional target sector investments by a factor of >5 ● More than 100 organizations in demonstrations ● Liaison with other Big Data actions ● Closely working with BDVA
  7. 7. Dissemination level: Public Page 7 4 About Helsinki Helsinki is the capital city and most populous municipality of Finland. Located on the shore of the Gulf of Finland. The capital region has a population of 1,475,095 making it by far the most populous urban area in Finland as well as the country's most important centre for politics, education, finance, culture, and research. The European Commission’s new European Capital of Smart Tourism 2019 competition has given the first place to Helsinki, evaluating accessibility, sustainability, digitalisation cultural heritage and creativity. Besides, Helsinki aims to redefine what it means to be a truly sustainable city. Its functionality is based on the Nordic model of high-quality city services and open governance. It takes prevention of climate change seriously and is aiming to reduce carbon emissions by 2030, and along with New York, will be one of the first cities in the world to report on UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) on a city level. Helsinki’s climate combines characteristics of both maritime and continental. The evenings grow cool towards the end of September, and the days grow noticeably shorter as winter approaches. The crisp air is spiced with the colours of the splendid autumn foliage. Finland has two official languages, Finnish and Swedish; street signs in Helsinki are in both. English is widely spoken, and most Finns also master one or two other foreign languages. Here you can find more tourist information about Helsinki. https://www.myhelsinki.fi/en/

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