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Is Open Data enough for business?

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Is Open Data enough for business?, I think it's better to Open Information Services. …

Is Open Data enough for business?, I think it's better to Open Information Services.

This short presentation was showed in the Big Data Week, 2014, Barcelona.

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  • 1. Is Open Data enough for business? Marc Garriga @mgarrigap Marc Garriga: http://mgarrigap.info/ Big Data Week 2014 Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona, CCCB Barcelona, May, 8th, 2014
  • 2. Open Data Provide (public) data in digital standard and open formats for reuse them automatically. Anyone can use them for free for whatever and whenever you want (including commercial purposes)
  • 3. http://eadminblog.net/2013/05/06/social-data-papel-administracion-sociedad-dato/ OpenGovernment-Accountability Innovation-Business
  • 4. 281 – ≈120 UE http://datos.fundacionctic.org/sandbox/catalog/faceted/
  • 5. Data = Value OK! #Open Datasets ↑↑ WHY THE DATA REUSE IS SO LOW?
  • 6. BECAUSE BUILDING SERVICES BASED IN OPEN DATA IS, STILL, A PAIN
  • 7. Open data is not just open…
  • 8. http://www.caldocasero.es/2013/09/por-que-no-se-reutilizan-los-datos.html ‘‘We need more data opened’’ ‘‘The open data quality is so low’’ ‘‘We need all data, we don’t want only the ‘cooked’ data’’ ‘‘Governments open data that we don’t want’’ ‘‘We need to homogenize all open data offer’’ Etc.
  • 9. In fact, if you want to do business you don’t need open data, you need open information systems.
  • 10. What is the difference? • Open Data is for data. • Open Information Systems is for data and for services. • In many cases, Open Data is for static data. • Open Information Systems is (always) real time data. • Open Data portals could have APIs. • Open Information Systems must have APIs. • Open Data portals offer free and unrestricted data. • Open Information Systems open information systems in a secured and controlled way.
  • 11. Give me an example… CC BY-SA-3.0 Wikimedia Commons: http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:USB_Connector.jpg
  • 12. iCity Project iCity is a way to open information systems of several cities in a homogeneous way (regardless of inner technological elements used). Its main goal is to make easier the opening of City Information Systems and offer them to third parties to develop services. http://icityproject.eu/
  • 13. "The ability of third parties to participate is what makes Open Data truly transformative" Beth Noveck, (former US CTO for oGov initiative) “Open Data – The Democratic Imperative" (2012)
  • 14. More info? EPSI Platform http://epsiplatform.eu/
  • 15. Is Open Data enough for business? Marc Garriga @mgarrigap Marc Garriga: http://mgarrigap.info/ Big Data Week 2014 Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona, CCCB Barcelona, May, 8th, 2014

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