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Route to PA Project Meeting Dublinked Presentation 03.12.2015

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Route to PA is a multidisciplinary Horizon2020 innovation project, that seeks to enhance transparency and citizen engagement around open data

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Route to PA Project Meeting Dublinked Presentation 03.12.2015

  1. 1. Supporting data-driven innovation in the Dublin Region Enhancing Transparency and Citizen Engagement around Open Data Route to PA Horizon 2020 project Paris Dec 3 2015 Pauline Riordan Dublinked Manager
  2. 2. Supporting data-driven innovation in the Dublin RegionSupporting data-driven innovation in the Dublin Region Update planning activity Feb- June 2015 • Stakeholder workshop April 2015 – identify initial user scenarios and user needs/issues • Project meeting in Galway June 2015 – Develop societal model (Deliberative Democracy) “Dublinked is looking to explore the potential social value of open data and to communicate the value of open data to a wider audience , including citizens” – Refine user personas and identify data needs: • Open Government and citizen participation • Population and communities • Local services, facilities and amenities • Planning and landuse
  3. 3. Supporting data-driven innovation in the Dublin RegionSupporting data-driven innovation in the Dublin Region Update development activity July-Nov ‘15 • Engagement with Galway – Translate into user and system requirements for TET • Engagement with Utrecht – Feed into on deliberative democracy societal model report (Deliverable 3.1) • Engagement with Salerno (Skype) – Translate into user and system requirements for SPOD • Engagement with Warsaw ( SIM model) – Preparing demographic profile of Dublin region
  4. 4. Supporting data-driven innovation in the Dublin RegionSupporting data-driven innovation in the Dublin Region Technology integration & testing Nov 15-Jan 16 • Plan for technology development and integration: – Current Dublinked platform proprietary (IBM) with Drupal front end website – Developing new CKAN and Wordpress instance to integrate new Route to PA data viz tools (TET)and social platform (SPOD) – Identify group of ‘alpha users’ for early testing of project tools – Design of new Dublinked portal to appeal to broader user base, with user friendly tools to promote reuse of open data – Launch new Dublinked platform Feb ‘16 – Based on feedback may integrate TET into new platform at launch and continue testing on SPOD to increase usability
  5. 5. Supporting data-driven innovation in the Dublin RegionSupporting data-driven innovation in the Dublin Region Develop user focussed website Nov15-Jan 16 • New wordpress website to integrate TET and SPOD and build capacity for wider engagement around open data – User focused design and curated data to appeal to identified personas and user needs: • Government: Browse .... User needs: to help make decisions. Wide range of data (DCAT compliant to link to data.gov.ie, data.localgov.ie etc ) • Researchers: Analyse ... User needs: easily explore, merge, analyse and visualise – surface TET with feedback from expert researchers. Tag Geospatial • Developers: Build.. User needs: build commercial and civic solutions. Tag Real time data and available APIs. • Citizen: Act .. User needs: inform and empower, forum to bring about change. Open Gov and Local data (ongoing SPOD testing)
  6. 6. Supporting data-driven innovation in the Dublin RegionSupporting data-driven innovation in the Dublin Region •Improve data quality (API) and themes mapped to DCAT (linked data) •Curation of data / new themes to appeal to user groups e.g. Citizens: Government and Participation, Population & Communities Curate and improve data Nov15-Jan 16
  7. 7. Supporting data-driven innovation in the Dublin RegionSupporting data-driven innovation in the Dublin Region Develop wider policy framework Nov15-Jan 16 • Smart Dublin to set wider policy framework and engage citizens and stakeholders in the co-creation of solutions to identified city region challenges, supported by and using open data: • Initial challenge identification workshops with staff in the four Dublin Local Authorities: • Transport & Mobility – Promote intelligent, efficient and integrated transport systems and active travel • Environment & Public Realm – Promote sustainability, environmental quality and enhancement of public realm • Flooding & Emergency Response – Better monitoring of pollution, emergency response and building climate resilience • Energy and public lighting – Promote energy efficiency in public buildings, and for citizens and business users • Better data management – Promote data innovation to improve policy, service delivery and decision making • Better communication and citizen engagement – Use open data to promote participation, engagement and inclusion for all Dubliners
  8. 8. Supporting data-driven innovation in the Dublin RegionSupporting data-driven innovation in the Dublin Region Next steps: Engagement Feb 16 – June 16 • Launch new Dublinked and Smart Dublin websites • Ongoing user testing of TET and SPOD • Ongoing issue based engagement with citizens and stakeholders to identify and refine challenges : • Youth– workshop and competition based • Citizen – youth workshops & competitions, online (Your Dublin Your Voice, Dublinked, Smart Dublin), offline • Stakeholders - workshops and information days • Dublinked users – thematic events, developer days, dubmeets – Plan for challenge competitions in 2016 to engage business, entrepreneurs and citizens in the development of new ideas and solutions to identified issues

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