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  • Instant connectivity between arbitrary numbers of ad hoc partners
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  • People – Innovators, Creative, Access – Technology, Data, Education & Training, Opportunities to Innovate
  • Regions, countries, cities, communities, and even companies are benefitting from opening access to their data repositoriesRise of the Internet= Rise of the Open Data Movement
  • Instant connectivity between arbitrary numbers of ad hoc partners
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  • he Public Doesn't Care about Technology
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  • 1. Open Data – Catalyst for Caribbean Open Innovation www.congresswbn.org
  • 2. Open DATA Catalyst for Open Caribbean Innovation Bevil Wooding CKO, Congress WBNOPEN. INNOVATE. ADVANCE.
  • 3. Open Data – The Promise Improves transparency Harnesses external innovation Creates entirely new & significant business modelsOpen Data – Catalyst for Caribbean Open Innovation www.congresswbn.org
  • 4. Open Data – The Reality Transparency is not always desired “Give it to me now” culture, resulting in increasing intolerance to barriers to information access Disturbing levels of Ignorance of the proven social AND economic benefits Few success-stories at the local and regional levelOpen Data – Catalyst for Caribbean Open Innovation www.congresswbn.org
  • 5. Making the LinkOPEN DATA ANDINNOVATION
  • 6. Defining Innovation“deliberately bringing into beingsomething original, unique ornovel, with inherent value or utilityand that can be replicated andsustained”Open Data – Catalyst for Caribbean Open Innovation www.congresswbn.org
  • 7. Leadership and InnovationIn this context…Leadership defines the arc joining agreat new idea to its eventual andsustained manifestationOpen Data – Catalyst for Caribbean Open Innovation www.congresswbn.org
  • 8. Innovation ActivatorsLeaders lead…People being able to identify with adefined vision, prioritize it over otherneeds and direct activities towardsmanifesting itOpen Data – Catalyst for Caribbean Open Innovation www.congresswbn.org
  • 9. Innovation ActivatorsLeaders build…Systems providing a correct frameworkfor innovation culture to be birthed, tobe secured, to develop, and to flourishOpen Data – Catalyst for Caribbean Open Innovation www.congresswbn.org
  • 10. The Open Innovation Ecosystem PEOPLE(Developers, Users, Innovators, Entrepreneurs, Co Applications ntent Managers, etc.) TOOLS CONTENT GovernmentLeadership Awareness Access PolicyOpen Data – Catalyst for Caribbean Open Innovation www.congresswbn.org
  • 11. An Increasingly Open World Developed as well as Developing countries are deriving realPublic Sector Dataset Catalogshttp://datos.fundacionctic.org/sandbox/catalog/ benefits and value from open data Open Data – Catalyst for Caribbean Open Innovation www.congresswbn.org
  • 12. An Increasingly Open World The private sector is also joining in….Open Data – Catalyst for Caribbean Open Innovation www.congresswbn.org
  • 13. Openly Spreading the World Competitions, Co de Fests, Awards, … .Open Data – Catalyst for Caribbean Open Innovation www.congresswbn.org
  • 14. Advancing Open DataREMOVING THEOBSTACLES TOADOPTION ANDINNOVATION
  • 15. 5 Key Barriers to Open Data Innovation1. Lack of familiarity with the model2. Lack of evidence of benefits3. Perceived challenges to ownership, control, and monetization4. Uncertainty on how to leverage5. Not yet a critical mass of interested developers Open Data – Catalyst for Caribbean Open Innovation www.congresswbn.org
  • 16. The Good News…. Problems have solutionsOpen Data – Catalyst for Caribbean Open Innovation www.congresswbn.org
  • 17. Open Data Innovation Collaboration is Key Leadership by Example Initiative from our InnovatorsOpen Data – Catalyst for Caribbean Open Innovation www.congresswbn.org
  • 18. Open Data Innovation Excite the Innovators and Entrepreneurs Start with what We have Engage the MediaOpen Data – Catalyst for Caribbean Open Innovation www.congresswbn.org
  • 19. Open Data Innovation Promote with Passion, but also with Strategy. Create Opportunities Celebrate Successes OpenlyOpen Data – Catalyst for Caribbean Open Innovation www.congresswbn.org
  • 20. Thank YouContact: Bevil Wooding Chief Knowledge Officer Congress WBN cko@congresswbn.org www.congresswbn.org
  • 21. An Open Data World NEW YORK: Focus on crowd-sourced innovation http://open.gov.ny KENYA: Africa’s 1st OD initiative http://open.gov.ke MOLDOVA: 160 datasets, 20 agencies http://data.gov.md LONDON UK: open data pioneer http://data.london.gov.uk AFRICAN DEV BANK: Inc. food security, gender & climate change http://opendataforafrica.orgOpen Data – Catalyst for Caribbean Open Innovation www.congresswbn.org
  • 22. Open DATA Catalyst for Open Caribbean Innovation Bevil Wooding CKO, Congress WBNOPEN. INNOVATE. ADVANCE.
  • 23. Open Data – Catalyst for Caribbean Open Innovation www.congresswbn.org
  • 24. About the PresenterBevil M. WoodingMr. Wooding serves is an international technologist. He serving at anumber of non-profit organisations to help advance national an dregioaldevelopment through ICTs.He is the Chief Knowledge Officer of congress WBN, a values basedNGO focused on “ethical nations development”.He is also an Internet strategist with Packet Clearing House, a US-based non-profit research institute supporting critical internetinfrastructure and development.He also serves as the Program Director for the CaribbeanTelecommunications Union’s Caribbean ICT Roadshow where heregularly facilitates regional and international initiatives on ICT,Innovation, Policy, and Internet Governance and Internet ExchangePoint (IXP) Development. Open Data – Catalyst for Caribbean Open Innovation www.congresswbn.org