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Open data at work (the case Italy)
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Open data at work (the case Italy)
Open data at work (the case Italy)
Open data at work (the case Italy)
Open data at work (the case Italy)
Open data at work (the case Italy)
Open data at work (the case Italy)
Open data at work (the case Italy)
Open data at work (the case Italy)
Open data at work (the case Italy)
Open data at work (the case Italy)
Open data at work (the case Italy)
Open data at work (the case Italy)
Open data at work (the case Italy)
Open data at work (the case Italy)
Open data at work (the case Italy)
Open data at work (the case Italy)
Open data at work (the case Italy)
Open data at work (the case Italy)
Open data at work (the case Italy)
Open data at work (the case Italy)
Open data at work (the case Italy)
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Open data at work (the case Italy)

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  1. Open Data at work (the case Italy) Maurizio Napolitano <napo@fbk.eu> Digital Agenda going Local Bologna 21 novembre 2011
  2. BEFORE TO BEGINPresentation under Creative Commons Attribution You can: • Use • Re-use • Take picture • Modify You must: ● Do what you want Remember the author
  3. Outside italy with italian data (1/2)http://bikes.oobrien.com/?city=milan
  4. Outside italy with italian data (2/2)http://cra.openspending.org/dataset/italyregionalaccounts
  5. Italian projects
  6. Voglio il ruoloteachers waiting for workhttp://www.voglioilruolo.it
  7. OpenPolis – politicians accountability http://www.openparlamento.it
  8. Dipartimento per lo Sviluppo e la Coesione economica Data visualization italian economic Indicatorshttp://appsdps.mef.gov.it/apps/DPS%20eXplorer%203.7/index.html
  9. OpenBilancio 1/3 http://alpha.openbilanci.linkedopendata.it
  10. OpenBilancio 2/3
  11. OpenBilancio 3/3
  12. Open Community Data OpenStreetMap as Best Practice ~
  13. Map Compare (Gaza)
  14. Some outputs (companies) Softcities.net
  15. Some outputs (tools) Bus Stop inforgraphicshttp:/www.maposmatic.org Košice (SK)Other example herehttp://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/List_of_OSM_based_Services
  16. Projects – Crisis managementHumanitarian OpenStreetMap Team
  17. Projects – Social service http://wheelmap.org
  18. Italian overviewGood community Mapping Party Mappare MilanoSupport from some italian publicadministrationSupport from GFOSS.it and otherinitiatives (ex schools)
  19. Map Comparehttp://tools.geofabrik.de/mc/?mt0=mapnik&mt1=googlemap&lon=11.11372&lat=46.07098&zoom=18
  20. OSMIT 2011conf.openstreetmap.it
  21. Futouring Lazio tourism portal http://www.futouring.comgeodata in collaboration with openstreetmap community - other data in CC-BY-SA
  22. Ciclovia Alpe Adria
  23. Agenzia mobilità di Ferrara
  24. Giro dItalia (1/2)Tappa “Herning­Herning” – http://www.gazzetta.it/Speciali/Giroditalia/2012/it/tappa.shtml?t=01&lang=it
  25. Giro dItalia (2/2)
  26. Conclusions● Implement a communication strategy – Ex. data.wien.gv.at● Improve the relation with the community – OpenStreetMap as Laboratory● Trust the serendipity :)

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