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Click to edit Subtitle (optional)                                        Government              AccessCourseware         ...
Click to edit Subtitle (optional)                  Open Access
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Click to edit Subtitle (optional)                                    Free for all cititizens?
Click to edit Subtitle (optional)Science as an open    enterprise?
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Click to edit Subtitle (optional)          Open Courseware
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Click to edit Subtitle (optional)                                     Who owns (public)                                   ...
Click to edit Subtitle (optional)                                    There a structure for that
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Click to edit Subtitle (optional)                                    Esri’s contribution
Click to edit Subtitle (optional)                  Open source                          Not Free Source
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Click to edit Subtitle (optional)                                    Foss is not equal to OS                              ...
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Click to edit Subtitle (optional)Esri uses a broad set of open source libraries                                     19
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Click to edit Subtitle (optional)Mostly with Apache 2.0                                     21
Click to edit Subtitle (optional)It really is all about the        ecosystem
Click to edit Subtitle (optional)It really is all about the        ecosystem
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Click to edit Subtitle (optional)              OpenStreetmap                         The Mappers Map
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Click to edit Subtitle (optional)A great basemap in   ArcGIS Online                                    27
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Click to edit Subtitle (optional)            Open Innovation
Click to edit Subtitle (optional)Who benefits frominnovation?
Click to edit Subtitle (optional)                                Tx @fnauta
Open Innovation- Defined   Click to edit Subtitle (optional)“Open Innovation is the use of purposive inflows and outflows ...
Click to edit Subtitle (optional) Ideas and knowledge   flowing inside andoutside the organisation
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Click to edit Subtitle (optional)The next version of    ArcGIS….
Click to edit Subtitle (optional)                      Open data
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Click to edit Subtitle (optional)And a metadata portal
Click to edit Subtitle (optional)The financial perspective
Click to edit Subtitle (optional)         Creative Commons
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Further readingClick to edit Subtitle (optional) •   NGI, “over Open data en beyond” •   NSOB, “Open data, Open gevolgen” ...
Click to edit Subtitle (optional)Open Geodata Workshop                          introductie                           Esri...
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  • http://ocw.mit.edu/index.htm
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  • http://www.courtofaudit.nl/english/Publications/Audits/Introductions/2011/03/Open_standards_and_open_source_software_in_central_government
  • Sorry,bronvergeten
  • As used in my thesis
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  • Recap open geo data workshop

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    2. 2. Click to edit Subtitle (optional) Government AccessCourseware Science Source Standards Data Cloud Intro Open Geodata Workshop 13/14 feb 2013, Esri Nederland
    3. 3. Click to edit Subtitle (optional) Open Access
    4. 4. Click to edit Subtitle (optional)
    5. 5. Click to edit Subtitle (optional) Free for all cititizens?
    6. 6. Click to edit Subtitle (optional)Science as an open enterprise?
    7. 7. Click to edit Subtitle (optional)Greater reach for research
    8. 8. Click to edit Subtitle (optional)Backed by the EC
    9. 9. Click to edit Subtitle (optional) Open Courseware
    10. 10. Click to edit Subtitle (optional) Who owns these works?
    11. 11. Click to edit Subtitle (optional) Who owns (public) teaching materials?
    12. 12. Click to edit Subtitle (optional) There a structure for that
    13. 13. Click to edit Subtitle (optional) Where is the real value and for whom?
    14. 14. Click to edit Subtitle (optional) Esri’s contribution
    15. 15. Click to edit Subtitle (optional) Open source Not Free Source
    16. 16. Click to edit Subtitle (optional) Freesource as a political movement
    17. 17. Click to edit Subtitle (optional) Foss is not equal to OS 17
    18. 18. Click to edit Subtitle (optional) But no OS at all is rather peculiar as well 18
    19. 19. Click to edit Subtitle (optional)Esri uses a broad set of open source libraries 19
    20. 20. Click to edit Subtitle (optional) And makes codeavailable on GitHub 20
    21. 21. Click to edit Subtitle (optional)Mostly with Apache 2.0 21
    22. 22. Click to edit Subtitle (optional)It really is all about the ecosystem
    23. 23. Click to edit Subtitle (optional)It really is all about the ecosystem
    24. 24. Click to edit Subtitle (optional)It really is all about the ecosystem
    25. 25. Click to edit Subtitle (optional) OpenStreetmap The Mappers Map
    26. 26. Click to edit Subtitle (optional)A map for all and by all
    27. 27. Click to edit Subtitle (optional)A great basemap in ArcGIS Online 27
    28. 28. Click to edit Subtitle (optional)
    29. 29. Click to edit Subtitle (optional)
    30. 30. Click to edit Subtitle (optional) Open Innovation
    31. 31. Click to edit Subtitle (optional)Who benefits frominnovation?
    32. 32. Click to edit Subtitle (optional) Tx @fnauta
    33. 33. Open Innovation- Defined Click to edit Subtitle (optional)“Open Innovation is the use of purposive inflows and outflows of knowledge to accelerate internal innovation, and expand the market for external use of innovation, respectively” Chesbrough, 2006
    34. 34. Click to edit Subtitle (optional) Ideas and knowledge flowing inside andoutside the organisation
    35. 35. Click to edit Subtitle (optional)
    36. 36. Click to edit Subtitle (optional)The next version of ArcGIS….
    37. 37. Click to edit Subtitle (optional) Open data
    38. 38. Click to edit Subtitle (optional)It starts with a definition
    39. 39. Click to edit Subtitle (optional)Usually involves events
    40. 40. Click to edit Subtitle (optional)And a metadata portal
    41. 41. Click to edit Subtitle (optional)The financial perspective
    42. 42. Click to edit Subtitle (optional) Creative Commons
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    45. 45. Click to edit Subtitle (optional)
    46. 46. Further readingClick to edit Subtitle (optional) • NGI, “over Open data en beyond” • NSOB, “Open data, Open gevolgen” • BKZ/Zenc, “De waarde van open data”
    47. 47. Click to edit Subtitle (optional)Open Geodata Workshop introductie Esri Nederland, 13/14 februari 2013, Rotterdam

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