The State of Open Data in Denmark (NordicAPIS April 2014)

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The State of Open Data in Denmark (NordicAPIS April 2014)

  1. 1. BURNING PLATFORM demographics productivity financial crisis
  2. 2. data information knowledge wisdom DATA IS LIKE COFFEE
  3. 3. WHAT  IS  DATA?   •  Government  Data   •  PSI  –  Public  Sector  Informa;on   •  Basic  Data   •  Personal  Data   •  Big  Data  
  4. 4. Få inspiration til farver, former og billeder. - vælg dias ud, overskriv, kopier og slet. Instruktioner & designforslag −  på de næste tre slides finder du instruktioner. −  herefter vises forslag til design. UDVIDET POWERPOINTSKABELON
  5. 5. TIMELINE   •  ini;a;ve  launched  2009   •  stakeholder  seminars  2009   •  data  catalogue  launched  2009   •  contest  launched  2009   •  conference  2010   •  ’data  hunter  corps’  established  2010   •  guidelines  published  2010   •  ’data  camp’  hackathon  2010   •  business  analysis  published  2011   •  ’geo  service’  launched  2011   •  included  in  joint  gov  strategy  for  digi;sa;on  2011   •  revision  of  PSI  direc;ve  2012     •  joint  gov  agreement  on  ’basic  data’  2012   •  first  round  of  ’data  drinks’  in  CPH  2012   •  charges  for  basic  data  dropped  2013     •  revised  PSI  direc;ve  agreed  2013   •  worldwide  ’open  data  day’  22nd  Feb  2014  
  6. 6. MAKING IT EASY data catalogue guidelines – tech & legal open data licence success stories community building
  7. 7. BASIC  DATA   •  digital  maps   •  eleva;on  model   •  cadastral  map   •  company  informa;on   •  addresses  
  8. 8. OBSTACLES   •  too  much  focus  on  data  itself   •  long-­‐term  perspec;ve  needed   •  somewhat  unpredictable   •  cannot  be  controlled  by  gov   •  high  complexity   •  no  one-­‐size-­‐fits-­‐all  solu;on   •  requires  itera;ve  and  agile  approach  
  9. 9. MAY I USE YOUR DATA? say what? too costly but how? what if ..? they don’t understand not my job what’s in it for me?
  10. 10. OPPORTUNITIES   •  support  na;onal  policy  goals   •  recogni;on  of  role  as  informa;on  infrastructure   •  awareness  of  legisla;on   •  distributed,  coordinated  effort   •  help  public  agencies  achieve  own  policy  goals   •  become  integrated  into  procedures  and  rou;nes   •  an  occasional  ‘free  lunch’  
  11. 11. LEARNING AS WE GO make it simple think big, start small agile & iterativ approach just do it – now!
  12. 12.   MAKE  IT  HAPPEN  
  13. 13. THE  FUTURE   •  recommenda;ons  on  open  data  to  gov   •  new  PSI  act  passed?   •  new  ’persuasive’  guidelines?   •  SmartCity  ini;a;ves   •  na;onal  budget  data  contest?   •  nordic  hackathon?   •  new  data  catalogue?   •  …?  
  14. 14.                              cathrinelippert                                        @cathrinelippert                                  calip@digst.dk                                +45  2257  7174                                                    

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