This event has ended
The Wood Quay Venue, Monday 29th April
Open Data is a valuable resource that can provide key insights to help protect our environment and support sustainability. Open Data can be used to build new applications, enhance existing products or provide additional context for decision-making There is a large amount of Open Environment Data available in Ireland, from meteorological and waste data, to information about air and water quality, and land usage and energy consumption.
In this third session of the Open Data Impact Series, we will talk to both publishers and users of Open Environment Data. We will look at how the data is being adopted and used, what challenges users face, and what other environment data could potentially be made available.
The How Open Data can help our Environment session will take place on 29th April 2019, organised by Derilinx, in collaboration with the Open Data Unit of the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform.
- Monday 29th April
- The Wood Quay Venue, Wood Quay, Dublin, Ireland