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Open data round table talk 13 may

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This are the slides I am going to use today in a round table talk about Open Data city programs with Eindhoven and Ghent. Event: Smart City Event Amsteredam 13-14 May

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Open data round table talk 13 may

  1. 1. Open Data Framing Amsterdam Smart City Event 2014,14th May 2014, Amsterdam Katalin Gallyas Open Innovation Policy Advisor @KatalinG
  2. 2. Open Data Controversial for Local Governments Open Data chances are unrevealed for governments. Open Data Interpretation Illiteracy but curiosity (something big, exciting with Open Data is coming) Who to choose? What to choose? -Linked Data -Data Visualization -Data Mining are unexploited Loc Gov need a helping hand and collaboration on Open Data
  3. 3. Vendor Fusion
  4. 4. Vocabularies Policy Makers “What is the evidence that we should release datasets?” “How many start ups have been created since we launched the first datasets” “Can Open Data repair a market failure, inefficiency?”
  5. 5. Current open data catalysts (non-proprietary*)
  6. 6. Current open data catalysts (proprietary*)
  7. 7. Quest for Open Data Impact, Evidences
  8. 8. Precarious Open Data Policies launched so far by cities. Connected 24 hours Focus: opening of a massive amount of data YES External promotion of data-hackathons YES NOT YET or LIMITED: -Big Data Strategy -Meaning behind data (visualization, mining) -Interoperability of open data based apps -Civic App Store
  9. 9. Injecting Open Data best practices through EU projects to cities (Amsterdam case)
  10. 10. 1. EU Open Data Fueling Project: Code for Europe- WORKING WITH CODERS
  11. 11. Code for Europe: Civic Apps & Commons
  12. 12. The First Civic App Store in Europe launched
  13. 13. 3. EU Data Project: City SDK (service development toolkit)
  14. 14. HARMONIZED INTERFACES for CIVIC APPS, USE OF API’s TOURISM : EXPERIMENTATIONS WITH SENSORS Tourist’s movements in cities
  15. 15. Our Open Data Portal (CKAN based)
  16. 16. • Strong SME’s, hackers’, coders • Business Accelerators • Innovation Intermediaries >> • EU Projects • Open minded Local Gov • Participatory citizens Amsterdam – Strong Open Data Ecosystem partners
  17. 17. Complementary Ecosystem Partners Innovation Intermediaries ICT tools, Funding, community
  18. 18. Transport Data Push
  19. 19. Cultural API demonstrator • 30 apps have been launched (face recognition by portrays) • High educational impact • Positive PR for the museum • Reach of new younger target group https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/api -110.000 high resolution photo’s of the collection
  20. 20. Rijksmuseum API
  21. 21. Community App Developers Appsterdam- 2600 developers have joined up
  22. 22. Open Data Observations 1. Open Data Catalysts are strongly dependent on external financing and networking - Liberate open data agents! 2. Vocabularies match between policy makers and open data catalyst 3. Produce user cases to discover the enormous underexploited value of data 4. Be careful with corporate Big Data providers 5. Encourage cities to move toward Commons, peer reviewed open data vendors
  23. 23. Open Data Observations 6. Fresh injections of most state of art ICT solutions, trends (GitHub repositories, Open Source visualization tools) into city halls 7. Introducing the concept of “Commons”, “Standards”, “civic coders”, “hackers”, “tech grassroots” 8. Diving into an exclusive Open Data Catalysts- Smart Cities network (Enoll, World Bank, OKF, ODI, Future Cities Catapult, NESTA) 9. Promote interoperable app interfaces/sharing
  24. 24. Strong Open Data lobby needed: >>KEEP EYES WIDE SHUT<< -extern financing -entrepreneurship & freedom for experimentations -create Open Data ecosystem in your city (label) -Capture chances on Horizon2020, EUROCITIES partner finding
  25. 25. But most important lesson learnt for cities >>BE INTERNALLY INVINCIBLE<< -Build distributed internal capacities, Knowledge around Open Data Tools, standards -Cities are vulnerable on the Big Data market without a solid knowledge
  26. 26. Thank you! Katalin Gallyas gallyas@ez.amsterdam.nl @katalinG

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