Dagmar Ceľuchová Bošanská

Futuristiq, data and digital technologies expert
Dagmar Celuchova Bosanska founded companies Alistiq and CareWave and is an expert in innovations and digital transformations with many years of experience. In a data-driven era, she helps states and cities to come up with new solutions and offer value-added services to their citizens and businesses. Dagmar studied information technology, mobile communications and statistical signal processing at the Vienna University of Technology where she was also a part of a research team developing technology simulators for the fourth-generation mobile networks. In the company Frequentis, she was responsible for the safety and correct implementation, integration and optimization of the world’s first IP-based radio networking and communication system for the air traffic management project of the Polish Air Force (2008 - 2010). While working at Arthur D. Little, Dagmar helped to design and implement a national cloud-based eHealth system running on zero-clients in Kosovo. She was an expert in the Enterprise Architecture Office at the Ministry of Finance responsible for the new concept of eGovernment 2020 in line with the EU eGovernment Action Plan 2016 – 2020 and for setting the policies on how to implement IT projects in the government. During the Slovak presidency of the Council of the EU, Dagmar was responsible for the preparation and implementation of the Slovak strategy for the EU initiative: Digital Single Market. 
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  • Ignite session: COVID Helper   |   Jarná ITAPA 2021

    COVID-19 pandemic hit us hard during the winter season and caused many tragic outcomes. People were going through difficult situations without easy-to-read and helpful information in one place. During these challenging times, the online tool Covidhelper.sk, that was visited by 60 thousand people during the first month of its operation, was created to help. 92 percent of users rated the usefulness of this simple IT solution developed by 5 volunteers during their free time with 4 or 5 out of 5 stars. But the mission of CovidHelper is not over yet - 8 to 10 percent of patients who recovered from acute COVID-19 suffer from long-term consequences. For this group of people, we have developed a health management app offering tips, guidance on home excercie and community support.
  • How to build a data city   |   Medzinárodný kongres ITAPA 2020

    The new agile approach to the planning of the cities of the future seems to be ideal thanks to three tools for better planning: Data that we can use to develop artificial intelligence, balanced partnerships that support participation and fair data economy, and experimentation that helps us to look into future. The vision of a data-driven city is to change the operational model of the city to digital in the era of artificial intelligence. Such a digital operating model can handle any emergency situation, because it can efficiently redirect resources and does not need to involve people of flesh and blood for simple operational tasks - intelligent algorithms are sufficient. Presentation will also provide practical examples of better planning and what works in practice, but also what are the risks of this approach and what we must avoid in the future.
  • Discussion   |   Medzinárodný kongres ITAPA 2020

    Discussion of invited guests:
    Michal Bróska, PosAm
    Dagmar Ceľuchová Bošanská, Futuristiq
    Filip Kadeřábek, Asseco Central Europe
    Viliam Kall, Veľký Šariš
    Miroslav Kulla, Východoslovenská energetika
    Malvína Melkovičová, Resco
  • Disscussion   |   Jarná ITAPA 2019

  • Introduction   |   Medzinárodný kongres ITAPA 2017: Technology & HumanITy

  • Introduction   |   Medzinárodný kongres ITAPA 2017: Technology & HumanITy

  • Introduction   |   Jarná ITAPA 2017

  • Connected cars   |   Jarná ITAPA 2017

  • "My Data" Concept   |   Medzinárodný kongres ITAPA 2016: Make IT Easy

  • Round Table Discussion: A Battle of Digital Platforms in Europe?   |   Jarná ITAPA 2016

    With increasing usage of electronic services and digital content, EU is confronted with success of global platforms and networks. What is the way through? What are the pro´s and con´s? What are the positions of strong IT leaders in these questions? EC just announced proposal for update of EU audio-visual rules as well as presented targeted approach to online platforms. The goal of the roundtable is to reflect on these topics and present positions of EU countries, as well as economic challenges and opportunities connected with this approach.

    Panellists and introductory speakers:
    • Juraj Bárdy, Chief Data Officer
    • Dagmar Bošanská, the coordinator of the national strategy for the implementation of the digital single market
                 Juraj Bárdy, Dagmar Bošanská: Digital platforms – Praise, fears and misconceptions

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    • Martin Bailey, acting Head of Digital Single Market Unit, DG CNECT, European Commission
                 Martin Bailey: Online Platforms Opportunities and Challenges for the DSM

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    • Pascal Rogard, Counsellor for Telecommunications, Information Society and Postal Services, Permanent Representation of France to the EU
                 Pascal Rogard: On Line Platforms – The approach of French Authorities
                 
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    • Gunther Grathwohl, Telecommunications and Information Society, Postal Affairs, Permanent Representation of the Federal Republic of Germany to the EU
     



     
    • James Waterworth, Vice President, Computer and Communications Industry Association (CCIA) Europe
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