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  • 4th Asia NGO Innovation Summit(ANIS) Social Innovation Meets Technology ; Scale up Social Innovation and Enrich People’s Participation Mapping the regional policy agenda using public data and GIS Hyung bae, Min (Mayor of Gwangsan-gu) 1
  • Innovation? 2
  • Social Innovation  Refers to new strategies, concepts, ideas and organizations that meet social needs of all kinds — from working conditions and education to community development and health — that extend and strengthen civil society.  The term has overlapping meanings. It can be used to refer to social processes of innovation, such as open source methods and techniques. 3 View slide
  • Garbage Can Model  The Garbage Can Model is based on the assumption that decision making is sloppy and haphazard.  Decisions result from an interaction between four independent streams of events: problems, solutions, participants, and choice opportunities. 4 View slide
  • Analytics : The widening divide 5
  • Analytics : The widening divide 6
  •  Manage the data Solid information foundation, standard data management practices and make insights accessible and available. For instances nearly 5x more likely to integrate data effectively and 4x more likely to make insights available.  Understand the data Analytic skills are valued and developed, enabled by a robust set of tools and delivering action-oriented insights embedded in processes – a clear Decision Management reference.  Act on the data Fact-driven leadership, analytics as a strategic asset and strategy and operations guided by insight. Need a data-oriented culture. 7
  • Our goal is…  First, Using public data through scientific analysis  Second, Administrative innovation through scientific decision-making  Finally, Based on the needs of local residents provide policy Construction Welfare Data-driven scientific analysis Education Culture Public Data Administrative innovation Health Safety Traffic prevent disasters Provide customized services 8
  • Method : Pubic data+GIS Census Administrative district Transportation Building Geographic environment              Save Money - Cost Avoidance Save Time Increase Efficiency Increase Accuracy Increase Productivity Generate Revenue Support Decision Making Aid Budgeting Automate Workflow Build an Information Base Manage Resources Improve Access to Organization Increase Communication & Collaboration Christopher Thomas and Milton Ospian, Measuring UP - The Business Case for GIS, 2004 9
  • How to analyze  Step 1 : Data Cleaning and Geocoding 10
  • How to analyze  Step 2 : Data Visualization 11
  • Insight-①  Visualization of rapid urban growth and population changes 12
  • Insight-②  Forecasting administrative services for each age group and regional needs 10세 미만 10대 30대 인구 40대 인구 아파트 주택 HOT SPOT 19.6% 17.3% 25.0% 18.0% 98.6% 1.3% 광산구 7.4% 23.3% 19.8% 17.7% 83.5% 15.8% 남구 4.4% 15.6% 13.8% 16.1% 69.0% 30.1% 동구 3.4% 11.2% 13.1% 13.0% 40.0% 58.2% 북구 5.2% 17.3% 15.7% 16.7% 78.2% 20.9% 서구 5.7% 18.4% 16.5% 17.6% 82.2% 17.1% 광주 5.6% 18.4% 16.4% 16.8% 76.5% 22.6% 전국 5.0% 16.2% 16.2% 17.1% 58.4% 13 40.5%
  • Insight-③  Verify Crime prone areas and establish measures to reduce crime with local residents <Pearson's correlation coefficient analysis> ** .001 ** .001 ** .002 ** .002 ** .003 ** .004 ** .004 ** .005 게임장업 현황 .689 일반음식점 현황 .651 휴게음식점 현황 .646 시장 현황 .638 숙박업 현황 .612 이용업 현황 .605 5대 강력범죄 모범음식점 현황 현황 .595 관광사업체 현황 .594 주차장 현황(공영·민 영) 국민기초 수급자 현 황 노래연습장업 현황 한부모 가족 현황 (부자, 모자, 조손) 단란주점 현황 * .518 .016 * .518 .016 * .511 .018 * .506 .019 * 14 .503 .020
  • Insight-③  Analyze the social factors that cause suicide “Increase of Gwangju suicide rate is the highest in the country" 15
  • Insight-④  Discover and prepare measures to improve urban planning issues(illegal parking, etc.) 2010년 2011년 2012년 단속밀도 낮음 높음 16
  • Insight-⑤  Enhance the utilization of Welfare facilities (Elderly Welfare Center, Health centers, etc.) 2km 17
  • Conclusion “The chief business of eutopians was summed up by Voltaire in the final injunction of Candide : Let us cultivate our garden. The aim of the real eutopian is the culture of his environment, most distinctly not the culture, and above all not the exploitation, of some other person's environment. Hence the size of our Eutopia may be big or little; it may begin in a single village; it may embrace a whole region. A little leaven will leaven the whole loaf.“ “The notion that no effective change can be brought about in society until millions of people have deliberated upon it and willed it is one of the rationalizations which are dear to the lazy and the ineffectual.” The Story of Utopias, by Lewis Mumford, (1922) (p.307) 18
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