Hampshire hub presentation for making transparency work 06 june 2014

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Quick update on the Hampshire Hub for the Local Government Association's 'Making Transparency Work' event on 6th June.

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Hampshire hub presentation for making transparency work 06 june 2014

  1. 1. http://protohub.net Hampshire Hub the story so far… Mark Braggins The Hampshire Hub Partnership Update for the LGA 6th June 2014
  2. 2. http://protohub.net What is Hampshire Hub? • 20+ partners (and growing) • Help inform decision-making • Accessible & open by default • Informing Hampshire (and beyond) • The world doesn’t stop at the county line • Store, present and link local with national (and other local) data • Support anyone providing and using local services • Sharing an evidence base thereby reducing duplication • Resource for voluntary, public, private sectors & local communities
  3. 3. http://protohub.net Background • July 2012 - Business Case approved • Autumn 2012 - ‘Thinking aloud’ web site • Dec 2012 – Around 20 partners sign MoU • Early 2013 - “Protohub” prototype Hub • April 2013 – Partnership Board formed • Mid-2013 ‘Interim’ Hub • 2014 – ‘Strategic’ Hampshire Hub
  4. 4. http://protohub.net Approach • Thinking aloud - show our working • Design with openness and versatility in mind • Supporting different types of content • NO personal data • Be prepared to respond to changing needs • It’ll never really be finished
  5. 5. http://protohub.net The Hub (right now) ‘Interim’ - just a WordPress site ●News ●Articles ●Blogging ●Some data ●Search partner sites ●A few web maps ●Informally experimenting using various social networks
  6. 6. http://protohub.net Recent projects
  7. 7. http://protohub.net Engagement
  8. 8. http://protohub.net Hacking = Good ● BlueLightCamp in May 2014 helping tackle issues around emergency services and reilience ● LocalGovMakers Friday 20th June Birmingham ● October 2014 “Innovation and Entrepreneurship”, hosted by IBM at Hursley Park (tbc) ● March 2015 “Aspirations” hosted by Isle of Wight Council (tbc)
  9. 9. http://protohub.net Local open data Glasgow Leeds Lambeth Bristol Devon Manchester Cambridgeshire We’re Not the only show in town. Here’s just a few we’re talking with… The LGA DCLGLeGSB Surrey Data.gov.uk Environment AgencyOrdnance Survey
  10. 10. http://protohub.net Next Steps (some) ● Developing Hampshire’s Data Store ● Open (linked) data wherever possible / practical ● Themed data e.g. alcohol ● Standards/ importance of metadata ● Planning register • Public-facing register for all Hampshire & IoW planning authorities • Open and Linked format. • Designed to be scalable and transferable • Planning important for economic growth • Support from LEPs (EM3) • Contributes to existing markets, Glenigans (Construction Market Analysis) and Landmark (Land Searches) • Evidence of demand - OpenlyLocal
  11. 11. http://protohub.net National Parks Unitaries Districts S c h e m a Linked Data ‘Conversion Tool’ RDF Store Hampshire Hub Web Front End Hub Partner Input (Existing Planning Registers) DSB Funding Project Scalable and Transferrable Links to additional Data. (spotting patterns not previously recognised) Standards and Formats (LeGSB) API
  12. 12. http://protohub.net Planning - Work to date • Analysis of local planning registers, standards created – thank you LeGSB! • National reference datasets – thank you DCLG! • Technical mapping, transformation and datastore – thank you Swirrl! • Contribution of data from authorities outside of Hampshire – thank you Mole Valley/Surrey Heath! • Tender for data visualisation closes 20 June
  13. 13. http://protohub.net ● Crowd-sourced data ● The Internet of Things ● Remote sensors ● Wearables ● Secure data sharing ● ‘Smart’ ● …cities ● …counties … neighbourhoods The future?

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