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My presenation at the AGI South West Region. Making Open Data tangible.

My presenation at the AGI South West Region. Making Open Data tangible.

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  • Thanks to Rollo for giving me time to talk about Innovation within our sector, my business, dbyhundred which I started in 2009 and our fledgling spin-out, “SplashMaps”
  • Throw out maps-How many of you are involved in Open Data – Show of hands-Do you ever feel that no-one gets why it’s being done?-Do you ever wish the outcomes could be more tangible?-I hope this presentation and perhaps work we can do together can do this for you.
  • -Bringing Innovation Practice to location projects-15 years of innovation management and 10 years in the GI sector
  • -Bringing Innovation Practice to location projects-15 years of innovation management and 10 years in the GI sector
  • The best thing about starting your own business, is you actually get to combine all of your favourite things!
  • To help us stay expert we have a great network of associates extending our expertise into Open Sources software, Innovation event management, European Collaborations and event driven innovation
  • -Dbyhundred has brought innovation skills to all these projects and businesses-Innovation is about making things happen, getting round barriers. Its about the right attitude, passion and the right processes.-Ideas in transit- Bottom-up innovation - Event driven – Led to Geovation, let to 10 new businesses-EuroGeographics – A mega network of mappers across Europe-Using contacts to gain market entry strategies for Telematics-ESDIN the first – Adopting Agile methods to gain INSPIRE compliant multi-themed services available through a browser-European Commission – Expert work gained insights into bidding processes-Innovation Manager at Productiv – Industrialise UK Low Carbon technologies in cars
  • -Why not mix business with pleasure? Experience building a proposition around something you’d do for nothing… better still something you’d spend a lot of money doing.
  • -The ESDIN project was 20 partied and largely theoretical-We workshopped hard to build connections between the 12 packages-I brought in technical coordination for a coherent project, -Adopted Agile project management so we’d have “tangible” results – An INSPIRE portal browser on 10 themes.
  • -I brought in technical coordination for a coherent project, -Use Insight experts to help us focus on the users-Adopted Agile project management so we’d have “tangible” results – An INSPIRE portal browser on 10 themes.
  • –Won award for ESDIN’s contribution to European GI Policy at World Geospatial Forum 2012 -Secured the Euro 14M ELF project
  • -Bringing Innovation Practice to location projects-15 years of innovation management and 10 years in the GI sector
  • Everything designed around the users. Garmin already pointed out the failings of paper as a medium…. Our choice of medium was based upon the short comings of the alternatives… paper and electronic. But the French describe these issues best here!
  • Adsorbent if you need that…Intangibility of the stuff on the screen…
  • In
  • People already use it; James – OSM, Satellite, Tablet to plan the route… nothing whilst we were out… he led us into a bog… which was on our map.But, the key thing is we can tailor.
  • Need data from the West country
  • Market testingBuilding a networkPositive cash-flowFunding; 82% of 20% projects succeed!
  • Our answer;-Provide a product people/ any people can use-Encourage them toward Where we want help – Back office, creation of an automated site centring that automates the right print file.

20130320 agisw mapping for the rea loutdoors 20130320 agisw mapping for the rea loutdoors Presentation Transcript

  • Mapping for the REAL outdoors AGI South West 21st March 2013 david@splashmaps.net
  • A touchy-feely moment How can we make your Geo-concept tangible? Have a feel…
  • What’s he on about? • A Geographic Innovation business called dbyhundred – Bringing Innovation practice to Location • An example of our work, SplashMaps Ltd. – How did it come about? – Design Challenge – Proposition building – Using the Crowd – Where we’ve got to – What’s next?
  • What’s he on about? • A Geographic Innovation business called dbyhundred – Bringing Innovation practice to Location • An example of our work, SplashMaps Ltd. – How did it come about? – Design Challenge – Proposition building – Using the Crowd – Where we’ve got to – What’s next?
  • A few of our favourite things… • Applying Skills – Collaboration – Networking – User Centred Design – Innovation Management – Agile project management
  • Associates
  • Create, Consult and Innovate dbyhundred unlocking the huge potential for location data.
  • … a few more favourite things!
  • … not everyone could make it…
  • … a First!
  • Award for helping Policy…
  • What’s he on about? • A Geographic Innovation business called dbyhundred – Bringing Innovation practice to Location • An example of our work, SplashMaps Ltd. – How did it come about? – Design Challenge – Proposition building – Using the Crowd – Where we’ve got to – What’s next?
  • How Did SplashMaps come about? • A history of missing the opportunities • A conversation • “How do we show commercial value from all these Opens?” – Open Source – Open Standards – Open Data
  • A design challenge… Thanks Garmin!
  • The Medium
  • A bit more practical on the move…
  • Building the Proposition: Why makeopen tangible • Who loves Open? – Producers – Commercials – Users • Who loves Maps? – Producers – Commercials – Users www.splashmaps.co.uk
  • Building the proposition: The userperspective • Designed with users- extreme casual • Something Tailored to them. • Consumer as contributor www.splashmaps.co.uk
  • Using the Crowd • Open Street Map • Authority data
  • Augmenting the Crowd Growing Coverage Growing quality Many thanks to www..rowmaps.com – Barry Cornelius
  • Regional Community • New Forest District Council • Visitor Centre • Business Community
  • Reduces the barriers to innovation www.splashmaps.co.uk
  • An important Benefit • Kudos “Great stuff .. cant wait to use my splashmap - Good luck David and Arnulf !!” Ed Parsons, the Geospatial Technologist of Google www.splashmaps.co.uk
  • An important Benefit • Support “It’s maptastic! Nice to see SplashMapsTM as a real tangible thing to hold, even if it is a prototype it’s still impressive” Gary Gale; Director of Places for Nokia, co-founder of WhereCamp EU: www.splashmaps.co.uk
  • An important Benefit • Insight “The paper maps produced just dont stand-up in that environment, having something like a Splashmap would be fantastic.” Mark Iliffe, World Bank Geospatial Innovation Consultant www.splashmaps.co.uk
  • The sporty community…
  • Our workflow www.splashmaps.co.uk
  • SplashMaps Services for you
  • What’s Next for SplashMaps • Adopt more Open data! • Grow the coverage • Provide and implement services • Help make YOUR open data tangible!
  • Let’s help achieve your Open Dataobjectives! • david@splashmaps.net • doverton@dbyhundred.co.uk • @splashmaps • @dbyhundred • www.splashmaps.net • www.dbyhundred.co.uk