The online engagement platform for discussion, connection and collaboration.
Organization: Semantic Web Company (SWC)(Business)
Martin Kaltenböck studied communication, psychology and marketing at the University of Vienna. He is managing partner of the Semantic Web Company and as CFO responsible for financial and organisational issues. Furthermore he leads and works in several national and international research, industry and projects in public administration - mainly in the area of project management, requirements specification and dissemination.
He is tutor and publishes in the fields of Enterprise 2.0, Social Semantic Web, Linked (Open) Data as well as Open (Government) Data. Furthermore he is lecturer at national and international conferences and business events in the mentioned topics.
Martin is Certified Management Consultant since 2006, Executive Board Member of the Austrian Chapter of the Open Knowledge Foundation. He is working as invited expert of W3C.
Taking a look at the way data is provided as open (government) data by the public administrations in Europe today (regarding formats, SLAs, support, licenses, APIs, meta data et al) and comparing this with the existing business needs (requirements for open data business) for the re-use of open data by e.g. European enterprises - there is a huge gap that needs to be filled - this can be done by providing / creating an infrastructure managed by public administration itself or by a intermediary (e.g.