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Eurocities wg innovation utrecht

  1. 1. Open Data Evolution in Amsterdam EUROCITIES WG Innovation,27 th Febr 2014, Utrecht Katalin Gallyas Open Innovation Policy Advisor @KatalinG
  2. 2. Open Data. Why? Public sector staff recognize the importance of open data, but many are unsure how to use it. (Guardian Research, June 2013)
  3. 3. Open Data Controversial for Local Governments Open Data chances are unrevealed for governments. Open Data Interpretation Illiteracy but curiosity (something big, exciting with Open Data is coming) Who to choose? What to choose? -Linked Data -Data Visualization -Data Mining are unexploited Loc Gov need a helping hand and collaboration on Open Data
  4. 4. Vendor Fusion
  5. 5. Vocabularies Policy Makers “What is the evidence that we should release datasets?” “How many start ups have been created since we launched the first datasets” “Can Open Data repair a market failure, inefficiency?”
  6. 6. Current open data catalysts (non-proprietary*)
  7. 7. Current open data catalysts (proprietary*)
  8. 8. Precarious Open Data Policies • Opening, exchanging data between departments of the city hall • External: hackathons still missing in Open Data scenario’s -Big Data Strategy -Meaning behind data (visualization, mining) Connected -Interoperability of open data based apps 24 hours -Civic App Store
  9. 9. Injecting Open Data best practices through EU projects to cities
  10. 10. 1. EU Open Data Fuel Project: Code for EuropeWORKING WITH CODERS
  11. 11. Code for Europe: Civic Apps & Commons
  12. 12. The Future - Commons
  13. 13. 2. EU project: Open Cities
  14. 14. Open Data Cataloge : Nearly 400 datasets
  15. 15. Amsterdam – Strong Open Data Ecosystem partners • • • • • • Strong SME’s, hackers’, coders Business Accelerators Innovation Intermediaries >> EU Projects Open minded Local Gov Participatory citizens
  16. 16. Open Innovation ICT tools, Funding, community Innovation Intermediaries
  17. 17. Open Data Evolution in Amsterdam • In 2010 hackers, innovation labs and SME’s, web entrepreneurs requested the first datasets • 28 datasets open in 2011 • Nearly 400 datasets open in 2014 (most popular geo and transport data) • 2010 – 0 euro budget • 2013 – 1,5 M euro budget • In 2013 Open Data Program – by Amsterdam Economic Board • 3 EU projects that promote the value of Open Data
  18. 18. Best Practices Open Data • 30 apps have been launched (face recognition by portrays) • High educational impact • Positive PR for the museum • Reach of new younger target group https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/api -110.000 high resolution photo’s of the collection
  19. 19. Community: Appsterdam2600 developers have joined up
  20. 20. Open Data Observations • • • • • • Linked data & API , commitment from city halls User feed-back on Open Data. City Challenges with Open Calls, awards. Reused codes between cities for better civic apps. Value of data-mining, visualization Beyond Opening Up -> Interpretation
  21. 21. Open Data Observations 1. Open Data Catalysts are strongly dependent on external financing and networking - Liberate open data agents! 2. Vocabularies match between policy makers and open data catalyst 3. Produce user cases to discover the enormous underexploited value of data 4. Watch out with corporate Big Data providers 5. Encourage cities to move toward Commons, peer reviewed open data vendors
  22. 22. The Future
  23. 23. The Future
  24. 24. Smart Data Management Procure services built on data smartly Analyze, enrich and interpret data Generate demand for datasets with high market potential Feed-back loop
  25. 25. Memories. 2011
  26. 26. Thank you! Katalin Gallyas gallyas@ez.amsterdam.nl @katalinG

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