HOPE for AQ: Networking session for business opportunities with air quality data 3.10.2019

HOPE for AQ: Networking session for business opportunities with air quality data  

UIA HOPE-project will organize a business stakeholder meeting  in cooperation with MegaSense  at University of Helsinki’s Tiedekulma. The event will include presentations from both projects’ partners from the perspective of future business opportunities concerning use of the open air quality data that will be provided by the projects in 2020. University of Helsinki’s team will also demostrate the mobile air quality monitor technologies developed in HOPE and MegaSense projects and the event will finish with an networking session. 

The programme below will still be updated prior to the event. Registration is now open. 


HOPE for AQ: 
Networking Session for Business Opportunities with Air Quality data

 TIME: 3rd October, 2019 09:00 – 10:30
VENUE: Tiedekulma THINK LOUNGE, 2nd floor, Yliopistokatu 4, Helsinki

 Coffee and light breakfast served to registered participants.

Welcoming words and introduction
Professor Tuukka Petäjä (University of Helsinki) & professor Sasu Tarkoma (University of Helsinki) 

City of Helsinki’s Digital Strategy 
Kalle Toivonen (City of Helsinki)

 Urban Innovative Action HOPE – Healthy Outdoor Premises for Everyone
Jussi Kulonpalo (City of Helsinki)

HOPE AQ 2020 Innovation Competition 
Pekka Niskasaari (Forum Virium Helsinki)

MegaSense Overview

  • Salla Sillanpää (University of Helsinki): HOPE Low cost AQ sensors
  • Matti Siekkinen (University of Helsinki): UrbanSense 5G
  • Andrew Rebeiro-Hargrave (University of Helsinki): MegaSense Smart City

Round the table discussions on business opportunities and city collaboration:
What can we make out of the Air Quality data?

Networking and AQ Demonstrations

Demonstrations by Samu Varjonen (University of Helsinki)

Please register here: (registration closed) no later than 27th of September. We hope to see you there!

Personal data controller for management of the event: University of Helsinki.