The Power of Open Open Licences Open Open Source Standards Open Open Data Participation
The Power of the Results Political Economic Social • Transparency • Efficiency • Inclusion • Accountability • Innovation • Poverty • Participation • Growth • Diversity Research Media Data • Dissemination • Data • Engagement • Innovation Journalism • Improvement • Data Literacy • Acquisition
From Weather to Care Homes • staff turnover (both home care and care homes) • ratios of trained to untrained staff (both home care and care homes) • compliments and complaints (both home care and care homes) • % residents developing new pressure ulcers (care homes) • % residents who have a fall (care homes) • number of medication errors (care homes) • % of appointments not missed (home care) • appointments carried out at the agreed time (home care)
Quality over quantity…Range, Reach and Reputation (No of links to the site) Note: Log-log scale! http://data.gov.uk 50000 http://data.gov Reach (Global daily users) http://www.data.gouv.fr/ 5000 http://data.gov.au http://dados.gov.br http://www.data.govt.nz/ 500 50 500 5,000 50,000 500,000 Range (Number of datasets) Source: Deloitte LLP, Alexa.com data
Some Open Data Business Models• Data Marketplaces for open • Open Data and Trust/ data, Freemium model or Reputation advertisement revenues • Open API – various• Open Data Apps economic benefits, extended branding, new• Open innovation - economic distribution channels, benefits for both, the host, innovative external product and the sponsor, and is development for adding value to the businesses, and additional economy as an additional income for the developers economic activity
Our teamTim Berners-Lee Nigel Shadbolt President Chairman Gavin Starks – CEO 15+ years startup experience. 20+ years science, internet and data. Stuart Coleman – Commercial 15+ years in tech space. Formerly HP, CA, and AMEE. Jeni Tennison – Technical World-leader in open data and linked data. W3C, legislation.gov.uk and data.gov.uk architect.
Highlights from our first 10 weeks→ £10m UK public-sector funding→ $750k match-funding from Omidyar Network→ £850k Data Strategy Board and Nesta immersion programme→ £1.1m Technology Strategy Board innovation vouchers→ Potential £200m/year saving for the NHS http://www.prescribinganalytics.com/→ 2-year programme with World Bank: train world’s politicians and leaders→ 5 startups in-situ (and helped them close commercial contracts)→ 4 hackathons, 2 guides, 4 consultation responses, 4 case studies, 8 guest blogs→ 700+ people through our Shoreditch space → Convened: Open Government Partnership, ICT Reform, MacArthur Foundation Open Data User Group, Public Sector Transparency Board, OKF and MySociety
→ Convened domain-experts + health + data analytics +communications→ Analysed 35m rows ofdata (all the data)→ 8-week turnaround→ £200m+ savingpotential→ Trackableinterventions→ Repeatable