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Smarter by Open Data: Process and Practice in Flevoland (NL)

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Presentation by Frank Verschoor and Jochem Van Den Berg at Open Belgium 2018 - http://2018.openbelgium.be/session/smarter-open-data-process-and-practice-flevoland-nl

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Smarter by Open Data: Process and Practice in Flevoland (NL)

  1. 1. WELCOME
  2. 2. Welkom, let’s first se who we have here? 1. Who is from Flanders? Wallonia? Belgium? Netherlands? 2. Who is a civil servant? Central government? Local government? 3. Who is non-government 4. Who is ope data re-user en who is an open data owner? 5. Please rise every-one 6. Please introduce yourself to your first unknown neighbour. Let’s check you on the hand of a couple of statements 1. Publishing open data is a good strategy for meeKng transparency objecKves. 2. Publishing open data will encourage innovaKon. 3. To speed things up, it is good to start publishing low-hanging fruit. 4. Publish data and it will be used. 5. Societal challenges can be solved with open data. 6. We need an open data ecosystem. 7. The truth is out there!
  3. 3. FLEVOLAND SMARTER! Working together on open data
  4. 4. FOUR MUSKETEERS Municipality of Almere Municipality of Lelystad Local water authority Zuiderzeeland Province of Flevoland
  5. 5. ONLY ONE GOAL Support external stakeholders with open data in a way it serves their operations and ‘our’ (as a gov) assignment at the same time
  6. 6. FIVE CASES Communication about maintenance of bridges and locks The local reuse of local waste wood Farmers in soil subsidence areas Telling The story of Flevoland to the world Communication about maintenance in residential areas How can open data support:
  7. 7. Telling The story of Flevoland to the world
  8. 8. WIKIPEDIA
  9. 9. WIKIPEDIA
  10. 10. Communication about maintenance of bridges and locks
  11. 11. Communication about maintenance of bridges and locks
  12. 12. Communication about maintenance of bridges and locks ✗ ✗ ✓ ✓
  13. 13. Communication about maintenance of bridges and locks LTC OPEN DATA DATA
  14. 14. Communication about maintenance of bridges and locks LTC OPEN DATA DATA
  15. 15. Farmers in soil subsidence areas
  16. 16. SOME INSIGHTS Always connect to your environment – understanding is key Adjust data(structure) to what is needed out there Do not reinvent the wheel – use popular solutions The changes in the data are most valuable for acting Open data are only valuable when they meet needs So never publish without reuse For data-officers, always connect tot the business No assumptions!!
  17. 17. .eu
  18. 18. Jochem van den Berg jochem@thegreenland.eu +31613494795 Frank Verschoor frank@thegreenland.eu +31640599679

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