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Open Data:
what’s next?
Hello!
I am Jan Vansteenlandt
You can find me at @coreation or
jan@weopendata.com
Instructions for use
Open this document in Google Slides
You have to be signed in to your Google account
EDIT IN GOOGLE SL...
Open Data re-use
● Success based on the level of uniformity
● Mashing up data is hard
● Locally governed data = locally re...
“
Hackathons are fun, but the app I
build doesn’t even work in the next
city... - definitely someone
Local impact
“All pharmacies? Our
pharmacy is missing and if I
check the map, we’re not the
only one.”
Last update in 2013.
Local impact
Gentse Feesten
Less need for booklets!
Open Tourism
Internal impact
Bottom-up
● Uniform data on a municipality level
● Semantic data
● API’s
“
Successful business ideas are based
on secrets. - Peter Thiel
Top-down
Provide a URI for
every company.
Top-down
Provide a URI for
every company.
Top-down
● Harvest data
● Harmonize and enrich
● Internal/External re-use
Bottom-up
Local initiatives
Data & Meta-data focus
Simplifying internal processes
Focus on social value
Enabling businesse...
DCAT
What datasets do we have?
What datasets do you have?
THERE CAN BE ONLY ONEData Portal
How can we publish data?
How can we use data?
THERE CAN BE ONLY ONEHow do we benefit?
THERE CAN BE ONLY ONE
THERE CAN BE ONLY ONE
BusinessesEnricht & Connect
Meet in the middle
Let’s wake up the
panel
Reality check
What data are you using in your business?
Government
Uniformisation through feedback?
Scaling
Scaling abroad, hard to tackle?
Ideal world
What’s the next best thing for your
endeavours.
Q&A
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Open Data: What’s Next?

  1. 1. Open Data: what’s next?
  2. 2. Hello! I am Jan Vansteenlandt You can find me at @coreation or jan@weopendata.com
  3. 3. Instructions for use Open this document in Google Slides You have to be signed in to your Google account EDIT IN GOOGLE SLIDES Go to the File menu and select Make a copy. You will get a copy of this document on your Google Drive and will be able to edit, add or delete slides. EDIT IN POWERPOINT® Go to the File menu and select Download as Microsoft PowerPoint. You will get a .pptx file that you can edit in PowerPoint. Remember to download and install the fonts used in this presentation (you’ll find the links to the font files needed in the Presentation design slide) More info on how to use this template at www.slidescarnival.com/help-use-presentation-template This template is free to use under Creative Commons Attribution license. Please do not remove the attribution in the final ‘thanks’ slide and use Public Domain pictures to visualise your presentation, Eg. from https://pixabay.com/handful of innovators, 1 USB stick growing amount of data portals, applications and cross-local services
  4. 4. Open Data re-use ● Success based on the level of uniformity ● Mashing up data is hard ● Locally governed data = locally relevant apps
  5. 5. “ Hackathons are fun, but the app I build doesn’t even work in the next city... - definitely someone
  6. 6. Local impact “All pharmacies? Our pharmacy is missing and if I check the map, we’re not the only one.” Last update in 2013.
  7. 7. Local impact Gentse Feesten Less need for booklets! Open Tourism
  8. 8. Internal impact
  9. 9. Bottom-up ● Uniform data on a municipality level ● Semantic data ● API’s
  10. 10. “ Successful business ideas are based on secrets. - Peter Thiel
  11. 11. Top-down Provide a URI for every company.
  12. 12. Top-down Provide a URI for every company.
  13. 13. Top-down ● Harvest data ● Harmonize and enrich ● Internal/External re-use
  14. 14. Bottom-up Local initiatives Data & Meta-data focus Simplifying internal processes Focus on social value Enabling businesses Approach Top-down Global impact Business driven Technical challenge means opportunity Enrich & connect
  15. 15. DCAT What datasets do we have? What datasets do you have?
  16. 16. THERE CAN BE ONLY ONEData Portal How can we publish data? How can we use data?
  17. 17. THERE CAN BE ONLY ONEHow do we benefit?
  18. 18. THERE CAN BE ONLY ONE THERE CAN BE ONLY ONE
  19. 19. BusinessesEnricht & Connect
  20. 20. Meet in the middle
  21. 21. Let’s wake up the panel
  22. 22. Reality check What data are you using in your business?
  23. 23. Government Uniformisation through feedback?
  24. 24. Scaling Scaling abroad, hard to tackle?
  25. 25. Ideal world What’s the next best thing for your endeavours.
  26. 26. Q&A Open Belgium 2016 - Slide template CC-BY 4.0 SlidesCarnival You can find me at @coreation or jan@weopendata.com

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