Intervento di Jarmo Elukka Eskelinen Al convegno [co.05] Meet the cities: i progetti delle più importanti città europee verso una human smart city / Meet the cities: the human-oriented projects of the most important European citiesdi Martedì, 30 ottobre 2012 Consulta il programma di SCE2012
Forum Virium Helsinki City of Helsinki Urban Facts Cities of Espoo, Vantaa, KauniainenKey words: open data, serviceecosystem, interoperability, developers Cultivating urban innovations with efficiency, interoperability, innovations and transparency achieved with open data. more on: www.hri.fi; www.citysdk.eu
Context: cities are organisms, not machines. Smartcity services must be designed for and with the people.
The public sector – as well as otheractors in the city – creates lots of data,which can be used in smart services.
PROBLEM PROMOTING MORE MORE SUSTAINABLE WAYS OF GOAL LIVING IN CITY BY ANABLING HOUSING WITH A BACKBONE Problem: OF SERVOCES TO SHARE even Most of the data is locked away for the city itself. Without access to data and services to utilize it, it TANGIBLE AND INTANGIBLE does not create value and it does not mean anythingASSETS BETWEEN POEPLE to the people (except nerds). IN COMMUNITY
StrategySupport the ecosystemto harness theinnovation power of theentire urban community.Open the public data tobe used, re-used anddistributed bycompanies andcommunities for free.
Open the data Use the dataSolution: Helsinki Region Infoshare,Open Data clearing house to find, harmonize, open, publishand utilize the data. Innovation, efficiency and transparency.
What next?Infoshare is fine. But smart cities must be interoperable.