Open Mobility - the case for CitySDK

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CitySDK is a platform to share real-time data and making it available to developers and citizens alike. By implementing CitySDK, cities and citizens can make use of applications built elsewhere, while developers massively extend their potential reach. Opening up can lead to better services, and eventually better cities.

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  • dit is de stad met onze school
  • we weten van alles over de stad en objecten in de stad, maar het is lastig om alleen voor de school in de data de informatie te vinden
  • het zou mooi zijn als er koppelingen zijn tussen datasets, dan kun je makkelijk terugvinden dat datasets beide informatie hebben over de school (of ander object)
  • Open Mobility - the case for CitySDK

    1. 1. Open Mobility Frank Kresin Research Director @kresin / frank@waag.org
    2. 2. Design Rules for Smarter Cities • Your citizens know more than you. • Prototype early and fast, engage the stakeholders, iterate quickly and be prepared to start all over. • Embrace self-organisation and civic initiative, but help to make the results sustainable and scalable. • Know what you are talking about in the face of technology. Never rely on consultants that will sell you more consultancy, not solutions. • Have binding decisions made at the lowest level possible and actively preach self-governance. • Favour loosely coupled, smaller systems over monoliths and mastodons, and use peer-defined standards to glue together the parts. Small systems tend to fail sometimes; large systems fail for sure. • To raise and deserve trust, build systems based on data reciprocity and transparency. • Reuse existing parts and design your additions for reuse, adding to the public domain and thereby strengthening its capacity to act and learn. http://waag.org/nl/blog/design-rules-smarter-cities
    3. 3. Waag Society
    4. 4. Meaningful Encounters
    5. 5. Principles: Best producer is the user (S)he can learn to make anything Sharing is key to innovation Making is crucial to understand & act in the world
    6. 6. Accelerators Developer hubs Knowledge institutes Innovation labs
    7. 7. Google Maps
    8. 8. Open Streetmap
    9. 9. Multimodal World
    10. 10. Open Trip Planner
    11. 11. SDK for the Global City Open, interoperable service interfaces. Processes, guidelines and usability standards. Sharing, re-using and transferring city solutions across cities. Not inventing from the scratch, but mapping, using & developing global best practices 12
    12. 12. Smart Mobility  services on real-time traffic data from multiple sources  Results: open source travel assistant application, several harmonized cities’ backend systems, cluster of SME developers working on value-added services for Smart Mobility 13
    13. 13. Tapping into Creativity
    14. 14. http://waag.org/en/news/opendata-globe-dataviz
    15. 15. http://waag.org/en/project/interactive-map-all-buildings-netherlands
    16. 16. Amsterdam Barcelona Helsinki Lisboa Istanbul Manchester Rome Lamia
    17. 17. Smart Parking Reducing Mobility
    18. 18. Apps for Europe
    19. 19. Smart Citizen Kit
    20. 20. Pointers • Design Rules for Smarter Cities http://waag.org/nl/blog/design-rules-smarter-cities • Smart Citizens Publication http://futureeverything.org/publications/smart-citizens/ • CitySDK Mobility API http://citysdk.waag.org/api • Open Design Now http://opendesignnow.org/ • Smart Citizen Kit http://www.smartcitizen.me/ • Apps for Europe - Turning Data into Business http://www.appsforeurope.eu/
    21. 21. Thanks! Frank Kresin - @kresin Piet Heinkade 181 a 1019 HC Amsterdam waag.org

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