A group of public / private entities that intend to produce social value leveraging their data
To enable Impact Deal vision, the Data Club has been established as a group of public / private entities that intend to leverage their data in a collaborative fashion aimed to generate positive social impact within and outside their respective core domains.
Data Club members will bring proprietary datasets as key assets in the Impact Acceleration Program. By way of example, the data will relate to: urban life quality and security, financial activities and investments portfolios, non profit projects, corporate welfare initiatives and people mobility.
Proprietary datasets will be managed in a secure way, anonymized in compliance with the internal regulations of each of the members and upon external data processing assignment procedure as required by the GDPR and other European laws and regulations.
Data collaborations will be activated only for enterprises taking part in the Program Phase 2 (see the Program structure). A single data collaboration may include one or more Data Club members and the selected enterprise.
The Data Club is open to new entries, and we imagine it as the seed of a Data Space for Social Impact.
A Data Space (one of the pillars of European Data Strategy) for social impact would be a digital platform/network designed to leverage the power of data to drive positive social change. The data could come from a variety of sources, including government agencies, non-profits, private companies, and individual citizens. The platform would facilitate data sharing and collaboration across organizations and sectors to drive collective action and maximize social impact.
For the second edition of Impact Deal (2023),
the members of the Data Club are:
The City of Turin has always been engaged in activities to support urban innovation, thanks to Torino City Lab, the City’s open-air innovation laboratory, and several projects financed with European and national funds.
Among these, CTE NEXT, the House of Emerging Technologies in Turin, aims to create a widespread technology center on 5G and emerging technologies applied to four strategic sectors: Smart Mobility, Urban Air Mobility, Industry 4.0 and Innovative Urban Services.
The City of Turin therefore adheres with interest to the Impact Deal Project, committing itself to guide businesses in the use of free data of AperTo as well as to support them in co-designing use cases of urban interest by favoring access (where possible) to other specific datasets, such as urban mobility flows also thanks to the support of CTE-NEXT partner.
Bioenerys is Snam’s biomethane subsidiary that aims to develop the market by increasing production volumes in order to achieve decarbonization targets while boosting the Italian agribusiness sector through an innovative circular economy model.
The company leverages the expertise of its agricultural and waste platforms, which design, develop and operate biomethane plants from both waste and agricultural and agro-industrial waste.
BioEnerys joined the Data Club of Impact Deal to support entrepreneurial projects with social purposes linked to the biomethane supply chain, making available the data related to the agricultural contributions to the biomethane supply chain, with a focus on soil quality and emissions reduction.
Together with Fondazione Snam, BioEnerys aims to explore innovative circular solutions to valorize agricultural waste, livestock effluents and digestate usage with a specific focus on its role in fertilization and irrigation to support water consumption optimization and organic soil matter development to strengthen the resilience and the sustainability of farming systems, concerning particularly social agricultural and livestock farmers, enhancing the social and environmental positive impact that biomethane can bring to the whole ecosystem.
Fondazione Snam’s purpose is to contribute to a just transition, in partnership with local stakeholders with particular attention to energy and ecological aspects. Fondazione Snam has identified 3 priority areas:
Energy poverty, Educational poverty and Food poverty. Fondazione Snam joined the Data Club of Impact Deal to support entrepreneurial projects with social purposes linked to its 3 priority areas making available data relating to welfare policies and services and data on programs implemented by the foundation, in particular projects tackling food poverty. In this area, Fondazione Snam aims to reduce food waste, to help making the food production and distribution systems resilient and sustainable, and at the time to encourage the most fragile groups to adopt sustainable eating.
Together with BioEnerys, Fondazione Snam aim is to explore the possibilities for strengthening the resilience and the sustainability of food production systems through the biomethane supply chain, concerning social agricultural and livestock farmers and innovative circular solutions for the valorization of agricultural waste.
Sella today is one of the largest and independent banking groups in Italy. Sella Group believes that innovation is the fundamental tool for a sustainable development of territories and ecosystems. Therefore, Sella has chosen to participate in the Data Club by making available (anonymized and discretized according to current privacy regulations and Sella regulations) a sample of information set as described below:
- Descriptive data of customers snapshotted in the last 12 months (for each sample customer about 600 variables indicating possession, quantity and use of banking products);
- Customer movements with indication of merchant category and description of the merchant;
- Securities held in the investment portfolio of clients with relative ESG score (if available);
- List of credit transfers (for renovation and ecobonus).
The Data Appeal Company (Almawave Group) is an AI-based solution provider which enables the actionability of data from a broad range of sources, providing the most powerful combination of Location, Sentiment, and Market Intelligence datasets for any Point of Interest, brand, or territory worldwide. We use proprietary technology to process data drawn from non-traditional data sources.
The data is unstructured and, via an analytics process through Machine Learning, NLP, Deep Learning and Semantic Analysis, yields actionable insights and proprietary KPIs that traditional sources cannot deliver. Data Appeal will participate in the Data Club by making available data about any POI with qualitative and quantitative aspects (eg: coordinates, contacts, general Sentiment Score and for a single topic, Footfall Index).
Data will be available in real time. Upon request, we will evaluate to provide further data sets that may be requested by impact enterprises.
TIM is the leading group in Italy and Brazil in the ICT sector. It develops fixed, mobile and cloud infrastructures and data centers and offers services and products for communications and entertainment, placing itself at the forefront of digital technologies.
TIM will contribute to the Program with anonymised, aggregated and privacy preserving subsets of the data generated by the SIMs (Subscriber Identity Modules) on the TIM network.
WINDTRE is the number one mobile operator in Italy and among the main alternative operators in fixed connectivity. The company is part of the multinational CK Hutchison Holdings Limited.
WINDTRE’s new mobile network covers 99.7% of the population in 4G and 95.9% in 5G with state-of-the-art infrastructure. Furthermore, the company is engaged in the dissemination of ultra-broadband connectivity services based on optical fiber and FWA throughout the country.
The WINDTRE brand consolidates the company’s value positioning, with inclusive technology at its core. Indeed, WINDTRE has always been ‘much closer’ to customers in daily life, and it aims to facilitate the connection between people and to support them in facing the challenges of the present. These values are also underlined through its communication, focused on closeness and on the ‘company purpose’ of eliminating any distance.