Open Data Everywhere - Get Inspired - Glen Barnes

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Open Data is more than just bus timetables and crime statistics. Take a fast paced ride through examples of how we could use open data if only we could get a hold of it.

"A note on image attribution. I got most of the way through the presentation before realising I hadn't attributed any of the photos and for this I sincerely apologise. If I've used one of your images and you want me to add an attribution then please let me know. If you would rather I remove the image then let me know and I can take it out."

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  • There are over 270 organisations covered by the Official Information Act and LGOIMA. They’ve got a lot of data that we can do cool shit with.


  • Imagine a New Zealand focused gardening site with information specific to our climate.




  • Finally we could get consensus on where the hell we all live.


  • The stuffy CV is outdated. Students could build dymanic CV’s


  • I would have put a bigger picture in but you know...licensing issues.

  • To satisfy the shipspotters among us.

  • You might save some poor bastard a few minutes re-typing the data into their own spreadsheet.


  • First stages in farm to consumer tracking. Can you imagine being able to scan you scallop and know what beach it was caught off and the long term record of the processing plant?

  • Not so that someone can remix it tomorrow but so in 20 years time we can have Outrageous fortune - with Zombies!


  • Just please. No downbeat.
  • With connected data and the internet of things we have the opportunity to build a real supercity for the 21st century. This will only happen if throw the doors open to Central and Local Government data.



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