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Presentation for @Platform 31 on Waag Society, it's methods, open data & CitySDK.

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  • Waarde: is 540m hemelsbreed of loopafstand; of leerlingen dit jaar of gemiddeld? <br />
  • mogelijkheden, data, kansen worden niet benut. <br />
  • dit is de stad met onze school <br />
  • we weten van alles over de stad en objecten in de stad, maar het is lastig om alleen voor de school in de data de informatie te vinden <br />
  • het zou mooi zijn als er koppelingen zijn tussen datasets, dan kun je makkelijk terugvinden dat datasets beide informatie hebben over de school (of ander object) <br />

Smart Cities? Smart Citizens! Smart Cities? Smart Citizens! Presentation Transcript

  • Smart Cities? Smart Citizens! Frank Kresin Research Director @kresin / frank@waag.org
  • Waag Society
  • Co-creation View slide
  • Fablab – Makers Guild View slide
  • Wetlab
  • Events
  • Designers & Artists 4 Genomics
  • Development Community
  • Principles: Best producer is the user (S)he can learn to make anything Sharing is key to innovation Making is crucial to understand & act in the world
  • Creative Research
  • Bodyguard
  • Fairphone
  • Knowledge institutes Developer hubs Accelerators Innovation labs
  • Open Data
  • City Service Development Kit 15  Open, interoperable service interfaces.  Processes, guidelines and usability standards.  Sharing, re-using and transferring city solutions across cities.  Not inventing from the scratch, but mapping, using & developing global best practices
  • Example Schools: 1. Is there a safe bicycle lane towards them? 2. How about the air quality? 3. Any sports field around them? 4. How many schools does this neigborhood need? 5. How about scores?
  • • Interview with alderman • Contact details on web • Three files from the Department of Education • One open data website • Two spreadsheets • Several PDF’s Data Sources
  • Widely varying identicications Statistics Office Education Department Public Transport Service Budget Office Emergency Services Administration nr. Coordinates Various ID’s Address & timetables Budget ID
  • For each school: • 6+ queries • 6+ results - Files - Databases - Values - Standards
  • • Labor intensive • Wide margins • Unreliable • Not interoperable Results
  • THERE ARE BETTER WAYS
  • CitySDK Linked Data • Collects • Annotates • Links • Distributes
  • CitySDK Architecture App Intelligence CitySDK mob. Data in silos Data in cities
  • http://citysdk.waag.org/map
  • • RT mobility data • BAG viewer • Parking API • Orphaned Bikes • Tourism in Amsterdam • Emergency services • City Dashboard Cases
  • http://dev.citysdk.waag.org/buildings/
  • http://dev.citysdk.waag.org/visualisation/
  • Smart Parking Reducing Mobility http://www.parkshark.nl/
  • http://bomenapp.nl/
  • Smart Citizen Kit
  • Design Rules for Smarter Cities • Your citizens know more than you. • Prototype early and fast, engage the stakeholders, iterate quickly and be prepared to start all over. • Embrace self-organisation and civic initiative, but help to make the results sustainable and scalable. • Know what you are talking about in the face of technology. Never rely on consultants that will sell you more consultancy, not solutions. • Have binding decisions made at the lowest level possible and actively preach self-governance. • Favour loosely coupled, smaller systems over monoliths and mastodons, and use peer-defined standards to glue together the parts. Small systems tend to fail sometimes; large systems fail for sure. • To raise and deserve trust, build systems based on data reciprocity and transparency. • Reuse existing parts and design your additions for reuse, adding to the public domain and thereby strengthening its capacity to act and learn. http://waag.org/nl/blog/design-rules-smarter-cities
  • Pointers • Design Rules for Smarter Cities http://waag.org/nl/blog/design-rules-smarter-cities • Smart Citizens Publication http://futureeverything.org/publications/smart-citizens/ • CitySDK Mobility API http://citysdk.waag.org/api • Open Design Now http://opendesignnow.org/ • Smart Citizen Kit http://www.smartcitizen.me/ • Apps for Europe - Turning Data into Business http://www.appsforeurope.eu/
  • Piet Heinkade 181 a 1019 HC Amsterdam waag.org Thanks! Frank Kresin - @kresin