Miquel Oliver Open Cities

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in Mechelen (Belgium) 22nd - 23rd, 2012

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Miquel Oliver Open Cities

  1. 1. The  Open  Ci*es  Pla/orms  USER-­‐DRIVEN  OPEN  INNOVATION  ECOSYSTEMS   Brussels,  May  22nd,  2012   Miquel Oliver, miquel.oliver@upf.edu
  2. 2. Why  do  we  need  pla/orms?   Pla/orms  descrip*on   Data  availability  and  use   Support  tools  for  developers    USER-­‐DRIVEN  OPEN  INNOVATION  ECOSYSTEMS   Brussels,  May  22nd,  2012   Miquel Oliver, miquel.oliver@upf.edu
  3. 3. Pla/orms:  why?  •  Publishing  of  data  as  part  of  the  open  innova*on  in  the  public   sector    •  Integrated  solu*on  based  on  exis5ng  off-­‐the-­‐shelf  so8ware   Data  Portal  +  Data  Registry  +  Triple  Store  •  To  add  freshness  and  value  using  dynamic  data  from  sensors  •  Provides  a  one-­‐stop-­‐shop  experience  that  enables   development  of  novel  applica5ons  •  Other  benefits:  metadata  schema  for  data  sets;  linked  data;   apps  gallery;  wiki  for  developers;  search  engine;  …  
  4. 4. Two  pla/orms  1.  Open  Data  plaForm:   •  Open  Data  Portal  –  Liferay;    Open  Data  Registry  -­‐  CKAN   •  Linked  Data  Store  –  Virtuoso;  Data  Enrichment  Tools  -­‐  Google  Refine     •  Integra5on  Middleware:  Java  API  for  CKAN  and  Virtuoso    2.  Open  Sensor  Networks  PlaForm:   •  Core  system:  linked  to  CKAN  repository,  delivers  Metadata  and  Open   Data  using  standard  formats  (JSON,  XML)   •  High  speed  database:  storage  for  sensor  measurements  (Apache   Cassandra)   •  REST  web  services  as  common  and  simple  interface  to  interact    
  5. 5. 1.  Open  Data  pla/orm   architecture   Open  Cities   City Open  Data  Platform Users   Data  Enrichment Publish  &  Store   Linked  Data Linked  Data   Conversion City Browser Department    Website  Data  Portal   Publish  Data Consume  Open  Data City Publish  Data  via  API Department Apps  CMS Publish   Sensor  Data OSN Open  Data  Registry Linked  Data  Store Platform REST SPARQL   Services Endpoint Consume  Linked  Data Consume  Data  via  APIMore  details  at  hUp://openci*es.net    Deliverable  D4.4.31  Pan  European  Open  Data  Pla/orm  
  6. 6. Federa*on  of  Open  Data    registries   Pan European Apps Open  Data  Registry       Standardized  Metadata     Metadata federation Helsinki   Berlin  Open   Amsterdam   Paris  Open   Barcelona   Open  Data   Data   Open  Data   Data   Open  Data   PlaForm   PlaForm   PlaForm   PlaForm   PlaForm   Helsinki     Berlin     Amsterdam   Paris     Barcelona     OD  Portal   OD  Portal   OD  Portal   OD  Portal   OD  Portal   Local Apps
  7. 7. 2.  Open  Sensor  Network  Pla/orm  architecture   !More  details  at  hUp://openci*es.net    Deliverable  D6.22b  Open  Sensor  Network  Pla/orm  
  8. 8. Data  availability  survey    Data  sets  per  categories  as  reported  by  ci0es   90   80   70   60   50   40   30   20   10   0   Amsterdam     Barcelona   Berlin   Paris   8  
  9. 9. Data  availability  survey  Data  sets  per  language  and  data  set  types  as  reported  by  ci0es       Data  sets  per  data  set  type   Data  sets  per  language   Amsterdam    Barcelona   Berlin   Paris   Amsterdam    Barcelona   Berlin   Paris   CVS   11   16   -­‐   4   Catalan   -­‐   375   -­‐   -­‐   XLS   18   85   60   2   Dutch   35   -­‐   -­‐   -­‐   PDF   -­‐   240   83   -­‐   English   12   -­‐   5   -­‐   XML   1   11   -­‐   -­‐   French   -­‐   -­‐   -­‐   8  KLM/SHAPE   2   -­‐   1   2   German   -­‐   -­‐   146   -­‐   DATABASE   -­‐   -­‐   28   -­‐   HTML   -­‐   -­‐   88   -­‐   ODF   -­‐   -­‐   -­‐   3   RDF   -­‐   12   -­‐   -­‐   ZIP   -­‐   20   -­‐   -­‐   TXT   -­‐   1   -­‐   1   Others   1  (ASCII)   1  (BIN)   -­‐   -­‐  
  10. 10. Federa*on  of  Open  Data  Catalogues  (data.opencities.net)  §  784  datasets  (April  2012)  §  Federa5on  of  data  catalogue   •  Amsterdam  –  29  datasets    amsterdam.data.openci5es.net   •  Barcelona  –  23  datasets    barcelona.data.openci5es.net   •  Berlin  –  59  datasets    daten.berlin.de   •  Helsinki  –  584  datasets    www.hri.fi   •  Paris  –  54  datasets    opendata.paris.fr  
  11. 11. Federation of Open Cities DataCataloguesHow  does  it  work   data.opencities.net CSV-­‐dump Paris CKAN   CKAN  (API  only!)  accessible CKAN  (API  only!)  accessible http://193.174.152.35/ckan http://193.174.152.36/ckan Liferay&CKAN Liferay&CKAN CKAN  -­‐  Berlin CKAN  -­‐  Helsinki 193.174.152.3 193.174.152.36 amsterdam.data.opencities.net barcelona.data.opencities.net datenregister.berlin.de www.hri.fi Virtuoso 192.168.230.3
  12. 12. Top  visited  datasets  §  Urban  Transport                  -­‐  Public  bike  service                            -­‐  Motorway  Cameras            -­‐  Traffic  Service  §  Arts  and  Recrea*on        -­‐  Events  and  cultural  agenda                -­‐  Tourist  informa5on  points  §  Tourism                    -­‐  Real  Time  status  of  beaches            -­‐  Sightseen  points  of  interest            -­‐  Brandenburg  Tor  camera            
  13. 13. Access  sta5s5cs  2012  Unique  visitors   32   46   45   27   40   29   63  Content  viewed   128   574   649   349   258   153   496   Launch  MWC  Mobile  Premier  Awards   Barcelona   ac5va  event   Monday  a8er  MWC   OpenCi5es  in   Spanish   newspapers   Unknown   event  24-­‐25-­‐26   Esade   of  April   Conference  
  14. 14. Visitors  from  many  places   London   Helsinki   Bath   Espoo   Reading   Lah5   Berlin     Amsterdam   Antwerp   Munich   Haarlem   Leuven   Frankfurt  am  Main   Enschede   Gent   Barcelona   Bologna   Bezons   Madrid   Rome   Nice   Coslada   Bolzano  
  15. 15. Support  to  developers  q  Tutorials  and  libraries  to  help  developers   par5cipa5on  to  Open  Data  challenges   §  Basic  tutorials  in  the  main  mobile  technology  (Android,   iOS  and  Windows  Phone)  to  set  up  the  environment     §  Examples  to  obtain  metadata  and  OpenData  (pieces  of   code  as  an  example,  where  to  find  them)    
  16. 16. Support  to  developers  q  Wiki  documenta5on    
  17. 17. Support  to  developers  q  Google  code   hlp://code.google.com/p/osn-­‐samples/    
  18. 18. Support  to  developers  q  Augmented  reality  Android  app   §  Data  used  
  19. 19. Support  to  developers  q  Augmented  reality  Android  applica5on   §  Func5onality   1   §   When  user  enters,  the  applica5on   informa5on  from  the  city  will  be   downloaded.       §     Automa5cally  locates  the  user  in   their  posi5on     §   Possibility  of  searching  for  a   concrete  direc5on    
  20. 20. Support  to  developers  q Extended  informa5on  from  data-­‐sets    
  21. 21. Support  to  developers  q  Augmented  reality     §   Augmented  Reality:  the  informa5on  on   the  map  will  be  shown  through  the  phone   camera,  drawing  the  point  in  over  the   image  in  real  5me  and  moving  according   to  the  mobile  orienta5on.     §   Radar:  a  radar  will  show  the  posi5on  of   the  requested  points  in  a  two  dimension   plane  and  rotated  according  to  the   direc5on  faced  by  the  user.  
  22. 22. We  encourage  both  …   …  ci*es  to  feed  the  plaForms   …  and  developers  to  join  the  Open  Ci5es   Challenge!     hlp://openci5es.net     USER-­‐DRIVEN  OPEN  INNOVATION  ECOSYSTEMS     Brussels,  May  22nd,  2012   Miquel Oliver, miquel.oliver@upf.edu
  23. 23. Thank  You!  

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