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Open Data in Amsterdam
Open Data in Amsterdam
Open Data in Amsterdam
Open Data in Amsterdam
Open Data in Amsterdam
Open Data in Amsterdam
Open Data in Amsterdam
Open Data in Amsterdam
Open Data in Amsterdam
Open Data in Amsterdam
Open Data in Amsterdam
Open Data in Amsterdam
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Open Data in Amsterdam

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  • 1. Open Data in Amsterdam<br />Economic Affairs<br />KatalinGallyas – Policy Advisor Open Innovation<br />gallyas@ez.amsterdam.nl<br />
  • 2. Why Open Data?-in theory-<br />Transparency<br />Reliable information precondition for participation<br />Augments transparency of policy making<br />EfficientGovernment Services<br />Users, citizens are defining which services are needed to develop<br />Saving ICT costs<br />Data maintenance outsourced <br />MassInnovation, massparticipation<br /> ….towardsCivicInnovatorsNetwork<br />
  • 3. In practice: buttom-up<br />Because the market demanded<br />Because the hackers are inpatient<br />Becauseinnovationagents are pushingit<br />
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  • 6. Open Data Initiatives (7)<br />Apps for Amsterdam (16 Feb – 25 May 2011)<br />Bottom–up stimulation for the release of data<br />Activation of appdevelopers (hack the governmentcommunity)<br />Collaborationwith Media Lab (Waag Society, EconomicAffairs and Hack de Government)<br />Political Lobby for Open Data Program<br />
  • 7. 3. Data Catalog MS based<br />http://dev.govdata.eu<br />Open source API’s (starter kit)<br />
  • 8. 4. EU Project <br />Open Data platform with Berlin<br />Crowdsourcing toolkit<br />Future Internet expertise with Helsinki, Paris, Berlin, Barcelona<br />www.opencities.net<br />
  • 9. 5. ICE mobile apps conference<br />Briefing for iOS and Android developers for municipality apps<br />Understanding market needs, in conversation with app developers<br />Consulting Clinics with CiO’s for policy makers<br />Mobile Government afternoon session<br />
  • 10. 6. CollaborationwithUniversities<br />Project for designing a Municipality App Store<br />Market research about already available city apps<br />Visualisationforsome best appidea’s<br />
  • 11. 7. Data Visualisation<br />
  • 12. Challenges<br />How to reach and stay in dialog with the app developers?<br />Testify the economicvalue of data <br />No Open Data directives (obligatory) <br />Promoteinnovativeuse of public data <br />How to sponsor a central data catalog?<br />How tochoosean open data catalogsupplier on the market?<br />
  • 13. Thank You<br />Katalin Gallyas<br />gallyas@ez.amsterdam.nl<br />www.appsforamsterdam.nl<br />www.opencities.nl<br />

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