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Open Data Governance as an Integral
Part of a Smart City: How to start with?
6 March 2017
15h30 – 15h45 Welcome
The urban/regional digital platform is the key to have a smart government and involved citizens
Ingr...
The urban/regional digital platform is
the key to have a smart government and
involved citizens
Ingrid Reynaert, Business ...
Drivers for smart cities
Demographic
growth
Increase of
population of 15 to
30 % in Belgian
Cities by 2060
Multicultural
p...
5
6
• Civil Complaint Data
• Transportation Data
• Census Data
• Sensor Data
• Social Medio Data
• CCTV
• Backend City Data
...
Urban/regional digital platform
7
Data captatie systemen: sensoren, camera’s, smart meters, GPS
systemen, …
Connectiviteit...
 Secure
 Scalable
 Evolutif / Future-proof
 Open protocols using APIs
 Respect privacy
 Interoperable
 Open interfa...
Evolution towards integrated platforms
9
Avoid « Silo » Platforms to adopt an ecosystem approach
10
NOKIA
The urban platform as part of a global solution
Topic 1: Data management
Ingrid Reynaert, Business Group Leader Smart Cities,
Agoria
Challenge 1: Data collection
Current Final goal
each unit – silo
stand alone data sets
lack of strategy
duplication
non-us...
Challenge 2: Data organisation
Current Final goal
lack of digital platform
lack of sharing data
local asset
no strategy pu...
Topic 2: Data governance and openness
Ann Bernaert, Domain responsible web, Digipolis & Thimo
Thoeye, Open Data Manager Ci...
Challenge 1: Data governance & openness
Current Final goal
Data protection
Limited data sharing
Legacy IT systems
No machi...
Challenge 2: Awareness
Current Final goal
Limited awareness of
how data can be used
to improve services
and outcomes (own
...
Topic 3: Data use
Ferdinand Casier, Business Group Leader Digital Industries,
Agoria
Challenge 1: Data use
Current Final goal
Gut feeling  decision
A few believers – ad hoc
Report Management
Data pro-activ...
Challenge 2: Data organisation
Current Final goal
Time consuming processes
Private API’s
Human input
Realtime decisions
Op...
15 min
15 min
10 min
Thank you
For your attention
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Open Data Governance as an Integral Part of a Smart City: How to start with?

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Open Data Governance as an Integral Part of a Smart City: How to start with?

  1. 1. Open Data Governance as an Integral Part of a Smart City: How to start with? 6 March 2017
  2. 2. 15h30 – 15h45 Welcome The urban/regional digital platform is the key to have a smart government and involved citizens Ingrid Reynaert, Business Group Leader Smart Cities, Agoria 15h45 – 16h00 Three brainstorm topics Data management Ingrid Reynaert, Business Group Leader Smart Cities, Agoria Data governance and openness Ann Bernaert, Domain responsible web, Digipolis & Thimo Thoeyen, Open Data Manager City of Ghent Data use Ferdinand Casier, Business Group Leader Digital Industries, Agoria 16h00 – 16h15 Challenge 1 16h15 – 16h30 Challenge 2 16h30 – 16h40 Define priorities and prepare presentation 16h40 – 16h55 Presentation of the three tables 16h55 – 17h00 Conclusion Agenda 2
  3. 3. The urban/regional digital platform is the key to have a smart government and involved citizens Ingrid Reynaert, Business Group Leader Smart Cities, Agoria
  4. 4. Drivers for smart cities Demographic growth Increase of population of 15 to 30 % in Belgian Cities by 2060 Multicultural population Demographic change Increase of % 65+ with 27% and 85% by 57% in Belgian cities by 2060 Climate change Further increase of temperature in Belgian cities with 2 to 4 °C by 2030 Commitment by Convenant of Mayor Mobility Belgium number one in lose of hours per year due to traffic jam: 51 hours per year (2014) Effect on air quality Digitalisation Hyperconnected, digital lifestyle: 54% of Belgian people use Internet via mobile devices Digital technology: cloud, big data analysis, IoT, wearables, …
  5. 5. 5
  6. 6. 6 • Civil Complaint Data • Transportation Data • Census Data • Sensor Data • Social Medio Data • CCTV • Backend City Data • Third party Data • …
  7. 7. Urban/regional digital platform 7 Data captatie systemen: sensoren, camera’s, smart meters, GPS systemen, … Connectiviteit: via kabel, satelliet of mobiele oplossingen Data analyse: IoT platform Data applicatie: dashboard, app, aansturing, … Security Infrastructuur Data opslag GOVERNANCE
  8. 8.  Secure  Scalable  Evolutif / Future-proof  Open protocols using APIs  Respect privacy  Interoperable  Open interfaces  Comply with any joint standards and framework  Multi-user  Multi-domain  Data management (format, frequency, …) Characteristics of an regional/urban platform
  9. 9. Evolution towards integrated platforms 9
  10. 10. Avoid « Silo » Platforms to adopt an ecosystem approach 10 NOKIA
  11. 11. The urban platform as part of a global solution
  12. 12. Topic 1: Data management Ingrid Reynaert, Business Group Leader Smart Cities, Agoria
  13. 13. Challenge 1: Data collection Current Final goal each unit – silo stand alone data sets lack of strategy duplication non-useable quality holistic view integrated data decision making asset mutualisation useable quality What need to be done ? Agree ? Agree ?
  14. 14. Challenge 2: Data organisation Current Final goal lack of digital platform lack of sharing data local asset no strategy public - private digital platform -> each city, regional, private ? integrated data communication between cities, regions, state and worldwide one ecosystem public – private : equality What need to be done ? Agree ? Agree ?
  15. 15. Topic 2: Data governance and openness Ann Bernaert, Domain responsible web, Digipolis & Thimo Thoeye, Open Data Manager City of Ghent
  16. 16. Challenge 1: Data governance & openness Current Final goal Data protection Limited data sharing Legacy IT systems No machine readable data Which data is available? Responsible and trained data owners Information governance protocols embedded in IT systems All data is machine readable and use API’s Open data portal with user friendly interface What need to be done ? Agree ? Agree ?
  17. 17. Challenge 2: Awareness Current Final goal Limited awareness of how data can be used to improve services and outcomes (own and overalls benefits) All staff see data as a tool which can support them to do their jobs better, and have better knowledge about the applications and outcomes based on data analysis What need to be done ? Agree ? Agree ?
  18. 18. Topic 3: Data use Ferdinand Casier, Business Group Leader Digital Industries, Agoria
  19. 19. Challenge 1: Data use Current Final goal Gut feeling  decision A few believers – ad hoc Report Management Data pro-active decisions Across the organization Performance Management What need to be done ? Agree ? Agree ?
  20. 20. Challenge 2: Data organisation Current Final goal Time consuming processes Private API’s Human input Realtime decisions Open API’s Process automation What need to be done ? Agree ? Agree ?
  21. 21. 15 min
  22. 22. 15 min
  23. 23. 10 min
  24. 24. Thank you For your attention 24

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