4th IODC

Exhibitors

#IODC16
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The ODI

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We connect, equip and inspire people around the world to innovate with data. Swing by the ODI stand to meet our team of experts.
We’d love to talk to you about data publishing, data use and how data can help bring about social, economic and environmental impacts.

You can also enter our competition to win your own copy of Datopolis – our brand new data board game.

We look forward to meeting you!


Medialab Prado

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Medialab-Prado is a citizen laboratory of production, research and broadcasting of cultural projects that explores the forms of experimentation and collaborative learning that have emerged from digital networks. It is part of the Department of Culture and Sports (former Department of Arts, Sports and Tourism) of the Madrid City Council.  


Informa

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INFORMA D&B is the CESCE subsidiary leader in the supply of Commercial, Financial, Sectorial and Marketing Information on companies and businesses, in order to increase clients’ and suppliers’ knowledge and minimize business risk.


Axesor

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Axesor is a service company, specialised in providing scorings and business, financial and marketing knowledge. Our commitment to accuracy and sophistication has led us to become the first Spanish company to be registered as European Credit Rating Agency.

OpendataSoft

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Founded in 2011, OpenDataSoft develops a turnkey SaaS platform designed for smart and easy transformation of all types of data into innovative services (APIs, data visualizations, real-time monitoring). Our mission: make it easier for business users to publish, share and reuse data.


Iberinform

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Iberinform is a company of Crédito y Caución (Atradius Group) specialized in business valuation, preparation of business and financial information and marketing database. Its services help companies in making business decisions and minimize your risk customers.

GOV LAB

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World Wide Web Fundation

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IDRC

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IDRC funds research in developing countries to create lasting change on a large scale.

To make knowledge a tool for addressing pressing challenges we:

  • provide developing-country researchers financial resources, advice, and training to help them find solutions to local problems.
  • encourage knowledge sharing with policymakers, researchers, and communities around the world.
  • foster new talent by offering fellowships and awards.
  • strive to get new knowledge into the hands of those who can use it.

In doing so, we contribute to Canada’s foreign policy, complementing the work of Global Affairs Canada, and other government departments and agencies.r.

Ayuntamiento de Madrid

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Open Data in Europe

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The stand will present to conference participants the two open data portals created by the European Union to facilitate the access and reuse of data published by the European Union Institutions and by National and local Public Administrations in Europe. Visitors will have the opportunity to appreciate the portal features, discuss with the portal managers and provide comments and feedback.


TechMousso

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TechMousso is about combining technology and data with “mousso” – the word for “woman” in the West African Bambara language. In partnership with the Millennium Challenge Corporation and Data2X, the Web Foundation implemented this initiative, inviting local participants to develop solutions for problems facing women in Côte d’Ivoire.

The competition was held over several months and included three rounds of pitches. The top 20 teams were given mentoring and support ahead of the final round to improve their data and technology skills, promote the importance of open data and increase their awareness of women’s issues. Partners from the Ivorian government and local women’s advocacy groups dedicated time and expertise to the project, leading to the creation of a data community in the country and strengthening understanding among women’s groups and technologists of how open data can be used for social change.  

Our stand shares videos, photos and stories from TechMousso as well as as the TechMousso Brochure, which gives you greater insight to the stakeholders and teams. You can pick up a copy of the brochure as well as the Open Data Barometer, in French and in English.

Data2Life. Life2Data

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Every single day we produce, consume, or use data. Data plays an increasingly important role in our daily lives as it permeates our choices and actions. However, much of the public discourse on data and its benefits, especially open data, still revolves around abstract questions with reach, value, and impact still overshadowed by technology, application, and policy-making. This exhibit looks at two World Wide Web Foundation projects. The first project -“Data2Life. Life2Data” – takes us to Yogyakarta, Indonesia, to explore the relationship between data and people’s everyday lives. The second project – “TechMousso: Gender + Data” – documents how open data was used to address women’s issues through a competition in Côte d’Ivoire.

The exhibit will be on display at the IFEMA Lobby from the 6th to the 7th of October, during the International Open Data Conference.


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