Open Data Conference - Andrew Stott - Open Data Position in the EU/UK

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Open Data Conference - Andrew Stott - Open Data Position in the EU/UK

  1. 1. Open GovernmentData across Europe:Achievements andChallengesAndrew Stott @dirdigengESD, Cambridge andrew.stott@dirdigeng.com26 Sep 2012
  2. 2. Three years of Open Data *
  3. 3. A World of Open DataNow over 260 governmental Open Data sites *
  4. 4. United Kingdom *
  5. 5. Federal Government, USA *
  6. 6. Kenya – first in Africa *
  7. 7. Singapore *
  8. 8. France *
  9. 9. Open Data is about Cities as well as Countries *
  10. 10. Rennes *
  11. 11. Berlin *
  12. 12. Gent *
  13. 13. Vienna *
  14. 14. Manchester *
  15. 15. Typical Policy Drivers for Open Data Transparent GovernmentObjectivTriple Improve public serviceses Economic growth and social value *
  16. 16. Economic Value of Open Data *
  17. 17. Economic Value of Open Data● Open Gov Data in EU would increase business activity by up to €40 Bn/year● EU Direct & indirect benefits up to €140 Bn/year (0.7% of GDP)● Spanish study found ~€600m of business from open data with >5000 jobs● Australian study found ROI of ~500% from open data● Deloitte found open data was reused 10x-100x more than charged-for data *
  18. 18. Core Reference Data for the Economy *
  19. 19. Core Reference Data for the EconomyGovernment data provides a NationalInformation Infrastructure●Releasing GPS data now has $122bn/yrbenefits to US economy alone●UK National Mapping Agency data supports£100bn/yr of GDP activity●Open Weather Data in US has created 400companies employing 4000 people●Open addressing data in Denmark gave$21m/yr benefits and 22x ROI in first 4 years(now 70x in steady state) *
  20. 20. Open Data improving public servicesPatient 12+ Weeksratings MRSA-freeBloodclots2 recentMRSA Good C-DiffLow recordMortality *
  21. 21. Open Data for Accountability
  22. 22. Best Practices and Challenges● Release interesting and useful data● Use standard, open formats● Use Open Licences● Make best use of Cultural Data● Create an open data “eco-system”● Remember the “internal ROI” *
  23. 23. Release interesting & useful data *
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  31. 31. Use standard, open formats *
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  33. 33. App App App City CityApp City App App *
  34. 34. City App Common Open StandardsCity AppCity App *
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  36. 36. Use Open Licences *
  37. 37. “You shall … not use such information in any way thatcauses detriment to TfL or brings TfL into disrepute.” *
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  42. 42. Deliver incrementally *
  43. 43. Deliver incrementally *
  44. 44. Make best use of Cultural Data *
  45. 45. Cultural Content: like this? *
  46. 46. Or like this? *
  47. 47. National Gallery, London *
  48. 48. Objectives● Care for the Collection● Enhance the Collection● Study the Collection● Allow Access (sub-objective)● Encourage tourism? – NO● Contribute to economic growth? - NO *
  49. 49. Create an open data “eco-system” *
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  51. 51. Photos: @memespring, *@MadLabUK, @paul_clarke
  52. 52. UK Open Data Institute● Develop capability of UK businesses to exploit value of Open Data● Engage developers/small businesses to build Open Data supply chains and commercial outlets● Help public sector use its own data more effectively● Ensure academic research in Open Data technologies *
  53. 53. Remember the “internal ROI” *
  54. 54. Let people improve your data *
  55. 55. Let Other public agencies use your data *
  56. 56. Best Practices and Challenges● Release interesting and useful data● Use standard, open formats● Use Open Licences● Deliver incrementally● Make best use of Cultural Data● Create an open data “eco-system”● Remember the “internal ROI” *
  57. 57. Discussion? *
  58. 58. End *

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