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    • 1. Open Geodata, a practial approach Marcel de Rink Jan Willem van Eck GIS Tech 2012
    • 2. Why not to bother with open data. Source: Ton Zijlstra (here)
    • 3. open geodata, so what?
    • 4. Our definition (for now) Data in the public domain Availlable to everyone CC or ODBL license Known quality, timestamp, continuity Documented and “metadated” Digital…
    • 5. Q: your open data goal?
    • 6. OpenGeodata’s ABC
    • 7. Build New marketDeliver Build Consume
    • 8. Deliver, consume, build A Deliver B Build C Consume
    • 9. Spotzi Enrich data B C Open data Worldbank
    • 10. City of Amsterdam A Deliver spatial data B Build a city vieuwer
    • 11. PDOK A Deliver and supply metadata/ webservices
    • 12. Very usefull for buiding the ecosystem
    • 13. Build New marketDeliver Build Consume
    • 14. Step 1:determine your open data goal and hence your position in the framework!
    • 15. Goal determines position Use external open data for our own processes Share our data with as many as possible Stimulate and maximise innovation by others Just be a bit more open and transparant …
    • 16. Checklist (incomplete) Deliver Build ConsumeLicense CheckMetadata CheckPrivacy CheckQualityTimestampContinuityMonitorLiability….
    • 17. Licences, break or make reuse  CC0 for reuse to the max
    • 18. Step 2: determine level of energy / investment and possibleinnovation by externals (license, quality, continuity,…)
    • 19. Enschede Enable open webservices (Deliver, high) Build open data portal (Deliver, middle) Organise hackathon (Build, low) Apply a very open license (Build, high) A B C
    • 20. Zonnepanelen op daken
    • 21. Nijmegen Deliver open data files (Deliver, low) Build a portal (Deliver, low) Organise a contest (Build, low) Apply a very ope license (Build, high) A B C
    • 22. Nationale satelliet data portaal Deliver open data (Deliver, low) Build a portal (Build, middle) Apply a strict license (Build, low) A B
    • 23. Esri Nederland A B C
    • 24. Esri Nederland Deliver Worldwide basemaps Tools at all levels… Build PDOK extensions Applab Consume PDOK OpenStreetMap Open data Kadaster
    • 25. Basemap DTB + GBK + Top10 + Top50 + Etc
    • 26. Topographic basemap
    • 27. Esri and OpenStreetMap
    • 28. OpenStreetMap as basemap in (C)
    • 29. Openstreet map editor (A)
    • 30. Web Application (B)
    • 31. Enrich data (B)
    • 32. Open data CBS (C, B)
    • 33. Step 3: Open data tomorrow! Set your open geodata goals Determine your position (Deliver a/or Build a/r C) Determine energy level and innovation to others And go into action mode with an open data experiment E.g. make that garbage collection webservice open to all E.g. create a webapp with data form E.g. organise a local open data event (it is great fun!)
    • 34. Esri Nederland A B C
    • 35. Opendata and technology Linked Opendata Open data portaal Webservices (WFS) Layer packages Webservices (WMS)
    • 36. α-ω
    • 37. Concluding Open data brings us all more The rules of the game have not been fixed It is a big topic, which we should address in small steps We’d love to take those open data steps with you!
    • 38. How it’s made Reading books and articles Conversations at several open data and app events Converstations between these two authors Tools: paper, MindJet, PowerPoint, Slideshare, LinkedIn, Wordpress, Twitter… and
    • 39. Open geodata ABC @mderink @jwvaneck