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Open Access and/or Open Data - geo.admin.ch - 2013

  1. 1. LEWICO 2013 E-Government and Open Data Geoportal of the Swiss Confederation Open Access and/or Open Data ? Cédric Moullet Federal Office of Topography swisstopo
  2. 2. Cédric Moullet Geomatic Engineer EPFL Head of FSDI Web Infrastructure – swisstopo Responsible for the development and the maintenance of the Federal spatial data web infrastructure hosted in a cloud computing environment. Open source, cloud computing and development specialist. Married, 2 children. @cedricmoullet cedric.moullet@swisstopo.ch
  3. 3. XX% (generally 80%) of [some form of data] has a location / spatial component geo is important
  4. 4. Federal Act on Geoinformation (2008) This Act has the aim of ensuring that geodata relating to the territory of the Swiss Confederation is made available for general use to the authorities of the Confederation, the cantons and communes, the private sector, the public and to academic and scientific institutions in a sustainable, up-to-date, rapid and easy manner, in the required quality and at a reasonable cost.
  5. 5. Does it mean Open Data ? Verordnung über Geoinformation Verordnung des Bundesamtes für Landestopografie über Geoinformation Verordnung des VBS über die Gebühren des Bundesamtes für Landestopografie Verordnung über die Landesvermessung Verordnung des VBS über die Landesvermessung Verordnung der Bundesversammlung über die Finanzierung der amtlichen Vermessung Verordnung über die Landesgeologie
  6. 6. Currently geodata are not (yet) «Open» … but … geodata can be freely accessed
  7. 7. Let’s look UNDER THE HOOD
  8. 8. WE HAVE USERS 1
  9. 9. VISITORS last 3 years 0 50,000 100,000 150,000 200,000 250,000 300,000 DESKTOP MOBILE
  10. 10. Source: Umsetzungskonzept zur Strategie für Geoinformation beim Bund 2003 Added value by private geoinformation market Public investment in Open Access 1:4
  11. 11. WHO ARE THE USERS 2
  12. 12. EVERYONE (oups) cantons, citizen, institutions
  13. 13. geo.admin.ch HITS 2011 FRENCH –ITALIAN PART GERMAN PART BE & ZH
  14. 14. WHICH DATA IS USED 3
  15. 15. LAYERS requests Hiking 2011 2012 1. HIKING 1. HIKING
  16. 16. There more than hiking on geo.admin.ch!
  17. 17. What do USERS SEARCH for ? 17
  18. 18. DATA search entries 2012/2013 HIKING
  19. 19. …removing *wander*.. HISTORICAL MAPS
  20. 20. WHICH TYPE OF ACCESS IS USED 4
  21. 21. 99% SERVICE 1% DOWNLOAD 21
  22. 22. PARADIGM CHANGE 5
  23. 23. from « ACCESS TO DATA » to « ACCESS TO INFORMATION » Federal office -> « We need to publish geodata » Internet -> « Geodata are maps » Citizen -> « I need an information »
  24. 24. BRINGING DATA POTENTIAL TO LIVE 6
  25. 25. Storymaps
  26. 26. Schweizmobil
  27. 27. Wildruhezonen
  28. 28. INFORMATION RETRIEVAL not interaction with map interfaces
  29. 29. 1 2 USERS EXIST. SERVE ALL USERS. 3 MORE THAN HIKING. 4 SERVICES. 5 ACCESS TO INFORMATION. 6 BRINGING DATA TO LIFE.
  30. 30. OGD@Bund
  31. 31. Example: Direktzahlungen nach Gemeinden (Link)
  32. 32. open DATA Who pays ?
  33. 33. swisstopo geodata Verordnung des VBS über die Gebühren des Bundesamtes für Landestopografie = 15 millions income / year
  34. 34. Bund 41 millions income / year Source: Schlussbericht Version 2.5 - Wirtschaftliche Auswirkungen von OGD
  35. 35. open DATA Who wins ?
  36. 36. Bund Economic impact of OGD: 900 to 1200 millions / year Translated tax revenue income: 40 to 50 millions / year Balance for Bund: neutral. Source: Schlussbericht Version 2.5 - Wirtschaftliche Auswirkungen von OGD
  37. 37. open DATA Open points ?
  38. 38. • A good data is up to date, precise, reliable and sustainable -> it costs. • Federal structure implies to coordinate confederation, canton and cities (cadastral data as example) • Legal framework needs to be adapted (see slide 5) • Licensing and copyrights need to be defined • Open Data is a one way trip
  39. 39. open MINDED open SOURCE open ACCESS open DATA ?
  40. 40. Feel free to test and provide feedback ;-)
  41. 41. www.geo.admin.ch map.geo.admin.ch api.geo.admin.ch info@geo.admin.ch Twitter: @swiss_geoportal THANK YOU Image credits: Erik Johansson http://www.slideshare.net/swiss_geoportal/

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