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  • The ENGAGE open data infrastructure has been created as part of the ENGAGE-project. This is a European project that is part of Framework Programme 7. The project started in June 2011 and will finish in May this year.
    The main objective of the project is the development of an infrastructure for open linked governmental data provision towards research communities and citizens. TU Delft is one of the nine partners involved in this project.
  • E.g. stimulate economic growth and development of new products and services)
    Marketplaces are places where suppliers and customers can meet each other (Henderson & Quandt, 1980) to indicate their intention to buy or sell certain products which eventually match and may be settled (Schmid & Lindemann, 1998). In the case of open data, open data providers and users can use a marketplace in order to interact and collaborate by trading and sharing open data and data services including advice and assistance in an open cooperative environment. As such, a marketplace can encompass various stakeholders and provide many types of data and numerous data services.
  • Ad 2. In the survey the experts were asked to state to which extent they found this statement important on a range from one (very unimportant) to seven (very important). Thereafter the experts were asked to explain their opinion in a text box. The experts were also asked if there were other elements that were not included in the statements but that they assessed as important for a specific open data platform.
    Subsequently, a group discussion took place in which the experts were asked to explain what they had stated in the survey. One person took notes during the discussion.
    The whole session, including a general introduction, completing the surveys and the subsequent discussions, lasted for approximately 75 minutes.
    Additionally, three experts were consulted via e-mail. They were also provided with the online forms with statements and questions and they were also asked to explain their assessments of the statements. No group discussions took place with these experts.
    Based on the discussions and the e-mail consultations, development directions for open data marketplaces were identified.
  • Even though markets are conventionally understood as places of commercial exchange and competition (e.g., Schmid & Lindemann, 1998), the expert discussions showed that open data markets could also be places of collaboration. Six out of the fourteen experts emphasized the need of an open data marketplace to provide mechanisms for interaction and collaboration, such as exchanging messages and data.

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  • 1. 1Elements for the development of an open data marketplace Elements for the development of an open data marketplace Anneke Zuiderwijk, Euripides Loukis, Charalampos Alexopoulos, Marijn Janssen, Keith Jeffery Anneke Zuiderwijk – Delft University of Technology @annekezuiderwyk
  • 2. 2Elements for the development of an open data marketplace • Framework Programme 7 • Started in June 2011 • www.engage-project.eu, www.engagedata.eu • The ENGAGE project adopts some of the elements for marketplaces that we identified in this study Context ENGAGE-project
  • 3. 3Elements for the development of an open data marketplace Introduction • Interaction between open data providers and users on platforms is important in realising open data advantages stimulate interaction by marketplaces • Electronic marketplaces • a place where demand and supply can be brought together • virtual, technology-enabled trading spaces1 • can also be seen as intermediaries2 1 Matook, S., & Vessey, I. (2008). Types of business-to-business e-marketplaces: The role of a theory-based, domain-specific model Journal of Electronic Commerce Research, 9(4), 260-279. 2 Matook, S. (2013). Measuring the performance of electronic marketplaces: An external goal approach study. Decision Support Systems, 54(2), 1065-1075. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.dss.2012.10.032
  • 4. 4Elements for the development of an open data marketplace Introduction • Yet: • few open data platforms actively stimulate interaction between open data providers and users on marketplaces • few researchers have paid attention to development directions and specific elements of open data marketplaces in the near future that are necessary for progressing in this area • Objective: to identify elements for the development of future electronic open government data (OGD) marketplaces
  • 5. 5Elements for the development of an open data marketplace Research approach
  • 6. 6Elements for the development of an open data marketplace Identifying elements for open data marketplaces
  • 7. 7Elements for the development of an open data marketplace Identifying elements for open data marketplaces 1. Bring stakeholders together (match supply and demand) [The marketplace] “should make users aware of what's on offer and facilitate its distribution“
  • 8. 8Elements for the development of an open data marketplace Identifying elements for open data marketplaces 2. Provide rich metadata “[…] combination of many datasets, rich metadata, some processing facilities and – specially – associated social networking/cooperative support”
  • 9. 9Elements for the development of an open data marketplace Identifying elements for open data marketplaces 3. Enable data quality assessment
  • 10. 10Elements for the development of an open data marketplace Identifying elements for open data marketplaces 4. Ensure trust, security and critical mass
  • 11. 11Elements for the development of an open data marketplace Identifying elements for open data marketplaces 5. Have an appropriate revenue model
  • 12. 12Elements for the development of an open data marketplace Identifying elements for open data marketplaces 6. Provide use cases, training and support
  • 13. 13Elements for the development of an open data marketplace Identifying elements for open data marketplaces 7. Provide technical support: Open data processing tools
  • 14. 14Elements for the development of an open data marketplace Identifying elements for open data marketplaces 8. Provide a full API for machine-to-machine operation
  • 15. 15Elements for the development of an open data marketplace Identifying elements for open data marketplaces 9. Target multiple nationalities
  • 16. 16Elements for the development of an open data marketplace Conclusions • Objective: identify elements for the development of an open data marketplace • Literature review and expert disussions: 9 elements for the development of open data marketplaces • Use results to: • make better predictions for the evolution of marketplaces (awareness of which factors may positively or negatively influence future developments in this area) • develop and improve open data marketplaces • stimulate the realisation of open data advantages
  • 17. 17Elements for the development of an open data marketplace Social media and ENGAGE • Use the ENGAGE platform for your open data needs! • Participate in the ENGAGE-project and help us to improve the open data infrastructure! • Register on the data platform: www.engagedata.eu • Join us on: • LinkedIn: ENGAGE eInfrastructures Project on Open Data • Facebook: engage.project • Twitter: engage_eu • Visit our project website: www.engage-project.eu