Cities that Work like the Web

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Cities that Work like the Web

  1. 1. Cities thatWork like the Web Nick Grossman | @nickgrossmanLiving Cities Strategic Forum on Technology and Civic Change Jan 19, 2012
  2. 2. TodayThe Web and Open Innovation Transit Open311
  3. 3. The Architecture of the Web
  4. 4. The Architecture of the Web
  5. 5. The Architecture of the Web HTML
  6. 6. The Architecture of the Web HTML CSS
  7. 7. The Architecture of the Web HTML CSS
  8. 8. The Architecture of the Web HTML IP CSS
  9. 9. The Architecture of the Web HTML IP CSS DNS
  10. 10. The Architecture of the Web HTML IP CSS DNS HTTP
  11. 11. The Architecture of the Web Standards HTML IP CSS DNS HTTP
  12. 12. The Architecture of the Web Standards HTML IP CSS DNS HTTP The Web has an “open architecture” and serves as a “platform” to build on
  13. 13. Platform Thinking CLOSED OPENarchitecture architecture ← few many → apps USER INTERFACE apps Data & APIsIntegrated, Modular, SERVERproprietary open source Data & APIs HARDWARE
  14. 14. Open Innovation
  15. 15. Open Innovation “The idea behind open innovation is as simple as itis powerful: the creators of new ideas don’t have tobe within your organization in order to be helpful.” – John Palfrey, Harvard Law School
  16. 16. Open Innovation “The idea behind open innovation is as simple as itis powerful: the creators of new ideas don’t have tobe within your organization in order to be helpful.” – John Palfrey, Harvard Law School creating the potential for new things to happen
  17. 17. “I no longer sit with pitted stomach wondering where is the bus. It’s less stressful simply knowing it’s nine minutes away, or whatever the case” 44% of respondents reported being much more satisfiedSource: OneBusAway
  18. 18. “While my work usage was pretty much on a fixed schedule, OneBusAway has made impromptu trips much more convenient.” Non-commuters reported the highest increase in usageSource: OneBusAway
  19. 19. “Having the ability to know when my bus will arrive helps me decide whether or not to stay at a bus stop that I may feel a little sketchy about or move on to a different one. 21% of respondents reported feeling saferSource: OneBusAway
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  34. 34. marketplace.civiccommons.org
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  36. 36. Open311 311 2009 Open311 311Open311 311
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  38. 38. Open311 311 2009 Open311 311Open311 311 2012 + International Buenos Aires UK-wide Dominican Republic Australia […]
  39. 39. marketplace.civiccommons.org
  40. 40. So...
  41. 41. Let’s move beyond more civic apps to making all apps more civic gov gov gov
  42. 42. Let’s move beyond more civic apps to making all apps more civic gov open311 gov gov
  43. 43. Let’s move beyond more civic apps to making all apps more civic gov open311 gov gov GTFS
  44. 44. Let’s move beyond more civic apps to making all apps more civic gov open311 gov ? gov GTFS
  45. 45. What are the essential civic platforms? ?? Open311 Transit Weather GPSEMERGING GROWTH MATURE
  46. 46. Supporting Open Innovation in Cities identifying success stories & emerging lessons learned standardsoutlining the core “civic stack” sharing software where are there gaps? building practitioner community

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