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Apollon - 22/5/12 - 16:00 - Smart Open Cities and the Future Internet
 

Apollon - 22/5/12 - 16:00 - Smart Open Cities and the Future Internet

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    Apollon - 22/5/12 - 16:00 - Smart Open Cities and the Future Internet Apollon - 22/5/12 - 16:00 - Smart Open Cities and the Future Internet Presentation Transcript

    • The Open Cities PlatformsUSER-DRIVEN OPEN INNOVATION ECOSYSTEMS Brussels, May 22nd, 2012 Miquel Oliver, miquel.oliver@upf.edu
    • Why do we need platforms? Platforms description Data availability and use Support tools for developersUSER-DRIVEN OPEN INNOVATION ECOSYSTEMS Brussels, May 22nd, 2012 Miquel Oliver, miquel.oliver@upf.edu
    • Platforms: why?• Publishing of data as part of the open innovation in the public sector• Integrated solution based on existing off-the-shelf software Data Portal + Data Registry + Triple Store• To add freshness and value using dynamic data from sensors• Provides a one-stop-shop experience that enables development of novel applications• Other benefits: metadata schema for data sets; linked data; apps gallery; wiki for developers; search engine; …
    • Two platforms1. Open Data platform: • Open Data Portal – Liferay; Open Data Registry - CKAN • Linked Data Store – Virtuoso; Data Enrichment Tools - Google Refine • Integration Middleware: Java API for CKAN and Virtuoso2. Open Sensor Networks Platform: • Core system: linked to CKAN repository, delivers Metadata and Open Data using standard formats (JSON, XML) • High speed database: storage for sensor measurements (Apache Cassandra) • REST web services as common and simple interface to interact
    • 1. Open Data platform architecture Open Cities City Open Data Platform Users Data Enrichment Publish & Store Linked Data Linked Data Conversion City Browser Department Website Data Portal Publish Data Consume Open Data City Publish Data via API Department Apps CMS Publish Sensor Data OSN Open Data Registry Linked Data Store Platform REST SPARQL Services Endpoint Consume Linked Data Consume Data via APIMore details at http://opencities.net Deliverable D4.4.31 Pan European Open Data Platform
    • Federation of Open Dataregistries Pan European Apps Open Data Registry Standardized Metadata Metadata federation Helsinki Berlin Open Amsterdam Paris Open Barcelona Open Data Data Open Data Data Open Data Platform Platform Platform Platform Platform Helsinki Berlin Amsterdam Paris Barcelona OD Portal OD Portal OD Portal OD Portal OD Portal Local Apps
    • 2. Open Sensor NetworkPlatform architectureMore details at http://opencities.net Deliverable D6.22b Open Sensor Network Platform
    • Data availability surveyData sets per categories as reported by cities 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Amsterdam Barcelona Berlin Paris 8
    • Data availability surveyData sets per language and data set types as reported by cities Data sets per data set type Data sets per language Amsterdam Barcelona Berlin Paris Amsterdam Barcelona Berlin Paris CVS 11 16 - 4 Catalan - 375 - - XLS 18 85 60 2 Dutch 35 - - - PDF - 240 83 - English 12 - 5 - XML 1 11 - - French - - - 8KLM/SHAPE 2 - 1 2 German - - 146 - DATABASE - - 28 - HTML - - 88 - ODF - - - 3 RDF - 12 - - ZIP - 20 - - TXT - 1 - 1 Others 1 (ASCII) 1 (BIN) - -
    • Federation of Open DataCatalogues (data.opencities.net) 784 datasets (April 2012) Federation of data catalogue • Amsterdam – 29 datasets amsterdam.data.opencities.net • Barcelona – 23 datasets barcelona.data.opencities.net • Berlin – 59 datasets daten.berlin.de • Helsinki – 584 datasets www.hri.fi • Paris – 54 datasets opendata.paris.fr
    • Federation of Open Cities DataCataloguesHow does it work data.opencities.net CSV-dump Paris CKAN CKAN (API only!) accessible CKAN (API only!) accessible http://193.174.152.35/ckan http://193.174.152.36/ckan Liferay&CKAN Liferay&CKAN CKAN - Berlin CKAN - Helsinki 193.174.152.3 193.174.152.36 amsterdam.data.opencities.net barcelona.data.opencities.net datenregister.berlin.de www.hri.fi Virtuoso 192.168.230.3
    • Top visited datasets Urban Transport - Public bike service - Motorway Cameras - Traffic Service Arts and Recreation - Events and cultural agenda - Tourist information points Tourism - Real Time status of beaches - Sightseen points of interest - Brandenburg Tor camera
    • Access statistics 2012Unique visitors 32 46 45 27 40 29 63Content viewed 128 574 649 349 258 153 496 Launch MWCMobile Premier Awards Barcelona activa event Monday after MWC OpenCities in Spanish newspapers Unknown event 24-25-26 Esade of April Conference
    • Visitors from many places London Helsinki Bath Espoo Reading Lahti Berlin Amsterdam Antwerp Munich Haarlem Leuven Frankfurt am Main Enschede Gent Barcelona Bologna Bezons Madrid Rome Nice Coslada Bolzano
    • Support to developers Tutorials and libraries to help developers participation to Open Data challenges  Basic tutorials in the main mobile technology (Android, iOS and Windows Phone) to set up the environment  Examples to obtain metadata and OpenData (pieces of code as an example, where to find them)
    • Support to developers Wiki documentation
    • Support to developers Google code http://code.google.com/p/osn-samples/
    • Support to developers Augmented reality Android app  Data used
    • Support to developers Augmented reality Android application  Functionality 1  When user enters, the application information from the city will be downloaded.  Automatically locates the user in their position  Possibility of searching for a concrete direction
    • Support to developers Extended information from data-sets
    • Support to developers Augmented reality  Augmented Reality: the information on the map will be shown through the phone camera, drawing the point in over the image in real time and moving according to the mobile orientation.  Radar: a radar will show the position of the requested points in a two dimension plane and rotated according to the direction faced by the user.
    • We encourage both … … cities to feed the platforms … and developers to join the Open Cities Challenge! http://opencities.net USER-DRIVEN OPEN INNOVATION ECOSYSTEMS Brussels, May 22nd, 2012 Miquel Oliver, miquel.oliver@upf.edu
    • Thank You!