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  • Sorry, noclearpicturesoffered. Just of few lines of thought.
  • My college. Reallylookslike a school.
  • One of the finalprojects at engineering school. Amsterdam is a few trainlinesrichernow.
  • Cartogram.
  • http://prezi.com/dkudlkd8pfar/open-mindpez/I like to see Esri as an open mindedcompany,butthis is not up us to judge.
  • Youmaychoosewhateveryouchoose to put in the middle here. I prefer to look at ourgeoworldfromaninnovationperspective.
  • What we associatewithinnovation
  • Managing and shaping innovation, Conway, Stewart, 2009
  • Bronhttp://www.wild-heerbrugg.com/hwartikel.htmSometimes the innovation is in the packaging.
  • http://www.nytimes.com/imagepages/2007/03/25/business/25Proto_CA0_ready.htmlEric von Hippel of M.I.T., left, and Dr. Nathaniel Sims, with hospital devices Dr. Sims has modified. Mr. von Hippel says users can improve on products. http://web.mit.edu/evhippel/www/
  • Sorry,bronvergeten
  • As used in my thesis
  • Research shows…
  • Thankyou Eric von Hippel
  • Key message: we are lookingfornewvaluechains to emerge. To bringnewvalues and grow the ecosystem.Personally I amnotsointerested in the copy/paste valuechains.
  • Anecosystem of realpeople. Users, developers,
  • Why Esri is big in events: we like to bring different groupstogether, learnfromourusers and customers, enable open innovation to occur.
  • What Esri does with open data.
  • http://storymaps.esri.com/stories/titanic/http://www.esri.nl/webmap/koninginnedag/index.htmlhttp://www.arcgis.com/home/webmap/viewer.html?webmap=a819b5eb687e475c99c2f3d2435a66e8
  • What a companycan do with open data
  • http://itunes.apple.com/nl/app/spotzi-parkeren/id465928772?mt=8 http://itunes.apple.com/nl/app/grenspalen/id505160529?mt=8Amulti-platformapproach
  • Allsupportedbyan online system
  • Why isworkingwith open data hard?
  • We have arrived in anagewhereefficientlynavigating in an open ecosystem is quicklybecome the new norm.
  • * 100% open or 100% closed does not exist, is not that pleasant anyway.

Where Innovation Meets Geographic Information Where Innovation Meets Geographic Information Presentation Transcript

  • Where (open)innovation meetsgeographicinformation @jwvaneck
  • This presentation will give you a clear picture of the years ahead of us
  • Turbo Pascal, Ksh, C++, Javascript, PhP (norm)Grass…
  • Courseware Science Government Services Open Innovation Source Standards Data Cloud
  • Innovation = invention + bring into common usage* Only little consensus… Conway, Stewart, 2009
  • Observations, innovations in Geo “we are committed to innovation” “supplier of innovative products” “fast growing and innovative”Can one market without being innovative?Failing companies were all innovativeMost often, not even the wording is innovative
  • What’s the innovation?
  • Who leads the innovation?BikePortland.org
  • Image NY Times ©
  • Who benefits from innovation?
  • Tx @fnauta
  • Open Innovation- Defined“Open Innovation is the use of purposive inflows and outflows of knowledge to accelerate internal innovation, and expand the market for external use of innovation, respectively” Chesbrough, 2006.
  • Why Open Innovation Matters?Faster Time to marketGreater Diffusion of KnowledgeAbsorptive capacity increasedFollow the customer…Max capabilities for society…
  • Consider: “Innovation”• Sometimes not what you think it is. • Sometimes, others benefit more then you do.• Often, users lead, and some more, then others.
  • Courseware Science Government Services Open Innovation Source Standards Data Cloud Impact of open data on value systems
  • The value of water
  • The value of water
  • The most valuable things
  • The strength of the chain…
  • What makes a valuechain stronger?• Continuity• Quality• Reliability• Allignment…• …
  • New use of same open data!
  • Geocosys
  • Maps
  • Apps
  • Platforms
  • Open data is about jointly moving the boundery of the firm Frits van der Schaaf
  • Welcome to the age of the open ecosystem
  • Final thoughts• OI and OD meet each other in an open ecosystem• Innovation… bringing into common usage• Open innovation is purposive• About acceleration and expansion• Open data makes ecosystems more flexible• Active (user, developer)communities are key!• We all choose our level of openness*
  • Where (open)innovation meetsgeographicinformation @jwvaneck