Daniel Zelenka

Project Manager, Siemens

Daniel Zelenka got his Masters degree in the area of Electrical Engineering at the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen, Czech Republic. In his career in Siemens so far held positions in Strategy department of former Energy Management division focusing on various Market Analysis topics as a Strategy Consultant. In the role of Business Development Specialist at Siemens Czech Republic country level he was focusing on market potential estimations using data from internal CRM systems, external providers and transforming them to reasonable form supported by Tableau software. Besides other responsibilities he supported definition of Smart Cities and Industry 4.0 country strategies. In his current assignment as a Project Manager, he coordinates various projects from the Smart Infrastructure especially from the Building Technologies area with focus on special security projects. He also cooperate with Universities on joint projects. He is the project manager of H2020 Cross CPP project and leader of the developing activites in the area of smart e-charging of electricity vehicles.

Daniel is speaking at

Focus Track 1 - European Data Spaces
November 3, 2020
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm



This session will present  the successful journey and services created by using Cross-CPP integrated data marketplace and the Volkswagen Business Case within the Cross-CPP project.

Furthermore, the session will focus on the challenges faced in gathering, processing and making use of Cyber Physical Products (CPP) data to create data-driven services for connected vehicles. The session will also cover the improvements achieved by using the Cross-CPP data marketplace for managing data-exchange over project lifetime. Finally, the speaker will share some lessons learned and best practices collected during the set-up, operation and demonstration stages, undertaken to create their challenging Weather Forecast Routing Service.  

The objectives of this session are the following:

  • Explain the business/technical/legal (GDPR)/and data provision challenges that VW and Industrial Partners have experienced and solved during the project lifetime.
  • Present the benefits by making use of a brand-independent data-platform (Cross-CPP Cloud Storage and Big Data Marketplace) and data model (Common Industrial Data Model).
  • Picture how services have been developed by using cross-sectorial data streams, enabling to utilize up to now unused business potential in the future for the connected vehicle industry.
  • The innovation potential that Industrial partners share and trade-off data with third parties.

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