Open Data - Smart Community Continuum

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It's important to recognize that open data lives within an open government framework and that open government contributes to the goals of a smart/intelligent community. And when we say community ... it is also a continuum from local to global proportions.

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Open Data - Smart Community Continuum

  1. 1. #OpenData 2 #SmartCommunities Continuum …. Local2Global Jury Konga, Principal eGovFutures Group May 15, 2014. George Brown College – Waterfront Campus, Toronto, Ontario
  2. 2. Overview • A continuum of change for the betterment of the community • Open Data – a starting point • Open Government – a culture change • Smart Community – focused on the many faces of community wellbeing Cover graphics: DataBC and University of Glasgow Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum 2
  3. 3. The journey Begins  Open Data Open Government Smart Community The Continuum Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum 3
  4. 4. Open Data - Global Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum 4
  5. 5. Open Data - Local Others in Ontario include Windsor, London, York, Burlington, Hamilton, Guelph & others planning Current Count: 38 Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum 5
  6. 6. 6 Innovation - Open Data Apps Conte$t$ 6Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum
  7. 7. Innovation - Open Data Applications 7Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum 7
  8. 8. Opportunities - One Stop Open Data OpenData. EARTH Academia, Non- Profits, Community Groups OpenStreetMap Community Updates External Data Linkages (e.g. World Bank) OpenData.CA Provincial Municipal Federal Public Service Find the data Share the data USE the data Source: Municipal Open Government Framework, 2010 www.slideshare.net/jurykonga Evolved from Data Infra- structure model circa 1994 8 Integrate & Scale Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum
  9. 9. Opportunities - Open Data Economics 9 Source: McKinsey Global Institute; Open data: Unlocking innovation and performance with liquid information Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum
  10. 10. The Open Community - Global Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum 10
  11. 11. The Open Community - Local … just a sampling Other groups include Open Hamilton, Open Halton, Open Waterloo Region ….Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum 11
  12. 12. Transparency Optimizing asset Efficiency Economic Opps Culture Shock Open Data Open Government Smart Community The Continuum Continues Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum 12
  13. 13. Open Government - Global OGP Commenced fall 2011 Currently 64 participants Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum 13
  14. 14. Open Government - Local City of Kitchener Open Government Framework City of Toronto CityofGuelph Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum 14
  15. 15. Open Government Framework - Transparency LocalOpenDataexamples G8 Open Data Charter “Open by Default” Open Data is foundational To Open Government ACTION: Enhanced Policies 15Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum
  16. 16. Open Government Framework - Accountability • Some Considerations • Citizen Dashboard, City of Edmonton • Open Decisions - Processes with community participation points defined ACTION: New Processes & Reporting 16Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum
  17. 17. Open Government Framework - Participation ACTION: Institutionalize Citizen Engagement Multiple Channels Strategy/Model 17Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum
  18. 18. Culture Change Corporate principles Trust Building Community Engagement Innovation Collaboration The BIG Opportunity Open Data Open Government Smart Community Transparency Optimizing asset Efficiency Economic Opps The Continuum Endpoint ! ? Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum 18
  19. 19. Smart Communities - the BIG Opportunity Local2Global Challenges Including … • Transportation • Health • Environment • Energy • Economic Development • Education Government Challenges including … • Creating efficiencies • Managing assets/liabilities • Effective land use • Infrastructure deficits • Service delivery • Financial Constraints Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum 19
  20. 20. Smart Nation? Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum 20 http://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/028.nsf/eng/home … need to accelerate our innovation
  21. 21. Smart Communities - Core Requirements • Leadership … political and operational • Data … Open Data, Big Data • Technology … tools to support “smart” • Innovation … ideas to create “smart” • Digital Infrastructure … an imperative Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum 21
  22. 22. Smart & Intelligent Opportunities - Open Data fuels the Digital Economy Source: Adapted from www.slideshare.net/JuryKonga/open-government-intelligent-community-in-the-digital-economy , 2012 Needs & Feeds & A D V O C A C Y 22 Government Data Science Data Corporate Data OPEN & BIG DATA Community Data Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum
  23. 23. Big Data & the Internet of Everything 23 blogs.cisco.com/ioe/answering-the-two-most-asked-questions-about-the-internet-of-everything/ Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum … sensor city
  24. 24. The “Smart” Industry Buzz Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum 24 Smart Cities Smarter Cities Smart + Connected Communities
  25. 25. Urbiotica's Urban Operating System Smart Communities - Smart Approaches • Example Smart City Dataflow • More open data, more economic & end user value 25 Data Data Mgmt Data Use/ReUse Data Consumption http://meshcities.com/index.php/meshcities/comments/what_does_a_smart_city_look_like#.Ul0UwBCBxvA Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum Data Value Chain
  26. 26. Smart Communities - Smart Approaches 26Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum Principles Components Innovate via Living Labs www.halmstadlivinglab.se/index.php?page=concept
  27. 27. • Open data • Open development tools • Collaboration & standardization 27Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum Smart Communities - Smart Approaches
  28. 28. RGIS Real-time Global Information Sensors network Smart Outcomes - Community Wellbeing 28 Wellbeing Ontario Wellbeing CanadaWellbeing Earth Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum
  29. 29. 29 Smart Outcomes - Personal Wellbeing Medical Emergency Heart Attack Sensed Auto 911 Social Media (with Subject location) ETA Data 511 Road & Traffic Updates Responders (Concept) AED(efib) Data Transport Info ETA & Patient Data Family Digital Health Records 1 U.S. Blue Button service 2 3 3 4 4 … what’s stopping us from having this Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum
  30. 30. Smart Outcomes - Asset Management • City of Cambridge, Ontario • Better project coordination, less time for capital forecasting, improved asset management, • the City is expected to save at least $100,000 per year Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum 30 Operational efficiencies: asset management case study
  31. 31. Smart Outcomes - Integrated Service Delivery Service One (2.0) - The Service Coordinator •Products & Services •Products & Services •Products & Services •Products & Services Provincial Municipal Federal Private & Non- Profits Integrated Service Delivery “Engine” Standardized Processes, Protocols and Knowledge Base Business Knowledge Database Service Requests Requests from MyGovID (Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter) Source: From a Social to a Service Web, 2009. www.slideshare.net/jkonga 31 1 2 3 3 Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum
  32. 32. Digital Infrastructure Culture of Innovation Leveraging Internet of Everything Optimizing Technology tools Sustainable Economics Building Community Wellbeing Open Data Open Government Smart Community Culture Change Corporate principles Trust Building Community Engagement Innovation Collaboration Transparency Optimizing asset Efficiency Economic Opps Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum 32 Smart Community – Possible End State
  33. 33. Concluding thoughts … • Be holistic & incremental in your approach • Create “Smart SWAT Teams” – the leaders • Make innovation default & be agile • Being Smart is good for Community Wellbeing Jury Konga eGovFutures Group Open Data – Smart Communities Continuum 33
  34. 34. THANK YOU Jury Konga, Principal eGovFutures Group jkonga@sympatico.ca @jkonga www.slideshare.net/jurykonga 34

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