Cognitives cities Talk in Amsterdam 30 June 2011

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Open Data project were in Amsterdam generated due to a pragmatic buttom up approach, through listening to the market demand.

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Cognitives cities Talk in Amsterdam 30 June 2011

  1. 1. Open Data in Amsterdam starts…….buttom up<br />Economic Affairs<br />KatalinGallyas – Policy Advisor Open Innovation<br />gallyas@ez.amsterdam.nl<br />
  2. 2. “Open Data is a public good, but only if you can find it” <br />( Neil Fantom, Manager World Bank’s Development Data Group”) <br />Today: Release of www.DataCatalogs.org<br />(Open Knowledge Foundation) <br />
  3. 3. Why Open Data?-in theory-<br />Transparency<br />Reliable information precondition for participation<br />EfficientGovernment Services<br />Users, citizens are defining which services are needed to develop<br />Saving ICT costs<br />Data maintenance outsourced <br />Frommassparticipation, massinnovation<br /> ….towardsCivicInnovatorsNetwork<br />
  4. 4. In Amsterdam: buttom-up<br />Because the market demanded<br />Because the hackers are inpatient<br />Becauseinnovationagents are pushingit<br />
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  7. 7. Open Data Initiatives (7)<br />Apps for Amsterdam (16 Feb – 25 May 2011)<br />Bottom–up stimulation for the release of data<br />Activation of appdevelopers (hack the governmentcommunity)<br />Collaborationwith Media Lab (Waag Society, EconomicAffairs and Hack de Government)<br />Political Lobby for Open Data Program<br />
  8. 8. 3. Data Catalog MS based<br />http://dev.govdata.eu<br />Open source API’s (starter kit)<br />
  9. 9. 4. EU Project <br />Open Data platform with Berlin<br />Crowdsourcing toolkit<br />Future Internet expertise with Helsinki, Paris, Berlin, Barcelona<br />www.opencities.net<br />
  10. 10. crowdsourcing<br />
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  13. 13. 5. ICE mobile apps conference<br />Briefing for iOS and Android developers for municipality apps<br />Understanding market needs, in conversation with app developers<br />Consulting Clinics with CiO’s for policy makers<br />Mobile Government afternoon session<br />
  14. 14. 6. CollaborationwithUniversities<br />Project for designing a Municipality App Store<br />Market research about already available city apps<br />Visualisationforsome best appidea’s<br />
  15. 15. 7. Data Visualisation<br />
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  17. 17. Service Providers<br />Platform orchestrators<br />govs. - -><br />
  18. 18. Challenges<br />How to reach and stay in dialog with the app developers?<br />How toshowcasethat open data makescities ‘’smarter’’<br />No Open Data directives (obligatory) <br />Promoteinnovativeuse of public data <br />How to sponsor a central data catalog?<br />How tochoosean open data catalogsupplier on the market?<br />
  19. 19. Thank You<br />Katalin Gallyas<br />gallyas@ez.amsterdam.nl<br />www.appsforamsterdam.nl<br />www.opencities.nl<br />

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