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Who Owns the Data?

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In this unique virtual environment there are six Networking Rooms, each with their own topic area for discussion, insight and real-world experience. They will demonstrate Information Management learning and progression within the built and managed environment.

When you land in the Who Owns the Data? Networking Room this is your opportunity to express your views on how data is procured, stored, managed, and exploited, and by whom. We want to know what you are doing in this field and why. Hear from both asset owners and data governance experts on how they address this important topic.  

Each networking room is open from 08:00 to 18:00 and will be facilitated through a combination of subject matter experts, thought leaders and future thinkers! This means there will be an abundance of people to talk to and connect with throughout the whole day.

08:00 – 09:00Exploring the open data spectrum (ODI), from commercially or security-sensitive information that needs to be kept closed at one extreme, to information that is made open for the public good (transport timetables, etc.) at the other extreme.Paul Wilkinson, Vice Chair, nima
09:00 – 10:00Touching on the interoperability Code of Practice, look at some related key data principles – interoperability, longevity, security, value, competition – that relate to ownership. If information becomes inaccessible, its value is destroyed; if information can’t be shared and used, does it have value? Should we be wary of vendor lock-inPaul Wilkinson, Vice Chair, nima
10:00 – 12:00Why clients should care about data ownership. Discussing the risks and opportunities of delegating data management and storage.Dr Marzia Bolpagni, Associate Director, Mace
12:00 – 14:00Who needs the data? Who uses the data? Who is trusted with the data? Creation of an asset Information Management Model to extract and analyse this data.John Adams, Head of Product, Glider
Simon Lewis, Partner, Womble Bond Dickinson
14:00 – 16:00Overcoming data ownership challenges with a single source of truth.Rupert Parker, Founder & CEO, Building Passport
16:00 – 18:00The principles of data ethics in the AEC industryYusra Ahmad, CEO, Acuity Data

nima Virtual Spring Conference 2024

Maximising the value of data for better whole-life outcomes

Thursday 18 April 2024

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