The City of Helsinki, Finland, aims to offer its citizens the possibility to better manage the personal information the city gathers from them. At the same time, the city is developing data-based city services that are timely and even predictive. 1001 Lakes develops personal data-based services for Helsinki together with Vastuu Group, Fujitsu Finland, Nixu Oyj and Personium.
The project will also deliver a MyData for Cities Rulebook based on the Fair Data Economy Rulebook model. It will also actively contribute to the definition of Minimum Interoperability Mechanisms of Open and Agile Smart Cities, especially to the MIM4 Personal Data Management specification.
See press release by the City of Helsinki.