Local Open Data - presentation for the 'Future of Open Data in the Public Sector' event

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Local Open Data - presentation for the 'Future of Open Data in the Public Sector' event 24th October 2013

Local Open Data - presentation for the 'Future of Open Data in the Public Sector' event 24th October 2013

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  • Landscape shot from HCC HQ looking North East. Illustrates different types of geographic information present in a typical view.
    Some geographic information is visible e.g. a bus stop, road etc.
    Invisible geographic information includes boundaries and statistical classifications.
  • (Next ten slides will play automatically so wait until all features have finished appearing on screen before pressing space bar again).
    This takes the previous land scape shot and rotates to a GIS view of the same area with the same geographic features appearing. Illustrates how that information looks in the two different perspectives.
  • (Next ten slides will play automatically so wait until all features have finished appearing on screen before pressing space bar again).
    This takes the previous land scape shot and rotates to a GIS view of the same area with the same geographic features appearing. Illustrates how that information looks in the two different perspectives.
  • (Next ten slides will play automatically so wait until all features have finished appearing on screen before pressing space bar again).
    This takes the previous land scape shot and rotates to a GIS view of the same area with the same geographic features appearing. Illustrates how that information looks in the two different perspectives.
  • (Next ten slides will play automatically so wait until all features have finished appearing on screen before pressing space bar again).
    This takes the previous land scape shot and rotates to a GIS view of the same area with the same geographic features appearing. Illustrates how that information looks in the two different perspectives.
  • (Next ten slides will play automatically so wait until all features have finished appearing on screen before pressing space bar again).
    This takes the previous land scape shot and rotates to a GIS view of the same area with the same geographic features appearing. Illustrates how that information looks in the two different perspectives.
  • (Next ten slides will play automatically so wait until all features have finished appearing on screen before pressing space bar again).
    This takes the previous land scape shot and rotates to a GIS view of the same area with the same geographic features appearing. Illustrates how that information looks in the two different perspectives.
  • (Next ten slides will play automatically so wait until all features have finished appearing on screen before pressing space bar again).
    This takes the previous land scape shot and rotates to a GIS view of the same area with the same geographic features appearing. Illustrates how that information looks in the two different perspectives.
  • (Next ten slides will play automatically so wait until all features have finished appearing on screen before pressing space bar again).
    This takes the previous land scape shot and rotates to a GIS view of the same area with the same geographic features appearing. Illustrates how that information looks in the two different perspectives.
  • (Next ten slides will play automatically so wait until all features have finished appearing on screen before pressing space bar again).
    This takes the previous land scape shot and rotates to a GIS view of the same area with the same geographic features appearing. Illustrates how that information looks in the two different perspectives.
  • (Next ten slides will play automatically so wait until all features have finished appearing on screen before pressing space bar again).
    This takes the previous land scape shot and rotates to a GIS view of the same area with the same geographic features appearing. Illustrates how that information looks in the two different perspectives.
  • Hampshire’s local authorities commissioned Blom Aerofilms to fly the whole of Hampshire in 2013, capturing high quality imagery (12.5cm), together with height and near infra-red.
    Blom are currently processing the data and it will be made available to partners during November
    The Hampshire Hub Partnership has asked Blom to resample the imagery (at 25cm resolution) and intends to publish – both data and imagery with an open licence. We’re hoping this will be before Christmas. We are looking at how best to publish the data and imagery, as it’s very large (web map service)
    Google tiny amount at 12-15 Vast majority captured at 25cm
    Capture at 12.5 rescaled will be better
    Terrain shaded relief hill shade with coloured elevation map overlaid over the top
  • - Local e-Government Standards Board working with authorities across the sector, and liaising with national bodies
    There have been improvements recently with the exemption process for data derived from Ordnance Survey, but needs to be easier
    Meeting on Monday with the LGA and local authorities who had successfully bid for Breakthrough Funding – many said they don’t know what priority to place on publication
    A common clause in procurement contracts so production of open data become normal
    Funding pots like the breakthrough fund and the ODI challenge really do help grease the wheels

Transcript

  • 1. Local open data The value of open data in improving business intelligence in local authorities Mark Braggins The Hampshire Hub Partnership
  • 2. Information is everywhere…
  • 3. Right of Way Air quality Post code classified as rural Motorway network Council leisure location Nature reserve area District, Ward & Parish boundaries Ward with high population density LSOA area within IMD 20% - 30% most deprived nationally National Park boundary Industrial & commercial site School & catchment area Street infrastructure Bus stop Building & land height readings Electoral division Address points Historical site Flood zone Planning application
  • 4. Only a small subset of GI data available as opendata (so far) • A few successes: – Public Rights of Way – Long distance routes – Off-road cycle routes – Recreation sites – Schools – School catchments – Libraries
  • 5. More on the way… • Hampshire’s Planning Data – Linked Open Data Planning Register – Breakthrough Funding
  • 6. More on the way… – Aerial photography, height, near infa-red
  • 7. Lots of drivers to publish, inc: • • • • • • • • Limited resources Reduced funding Joint / partnership working Need for a shared evidence base Greater transparency Economic growth Reduce (need for) FoI requests Reduce amount of time needed to respond
  • 8. How to improve momentum? • • • • • • • • Guidance / standards (LeGSB) Help remove obstacles (Licensing) Public demand for data Identify ‘popular’ local data sets Education and guidance Open data communities – Push & Pull Procurement Funding (every little helps!)
  • 9. What does the future of Localgov open data look like? Not just data: variety + context: •Apps •Context •User choice •Infographics •Dynamic charts •Dashboards •Story-telling •Conversation •Works on any device •Crowd-sourced content
  • 10. Data with open licence Tools for viewing e.g. on a map
  • 11. Storytelling and conversation
  • 12. 5 Stars of linked open data 5 Stars of open data engagement Add in 5* of engagement
  • 13. Thank You Mark.braggins@hants.gov.uk @markbraggins