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IC Tomorrow: Connected Cities Challenge

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The slide deck used at the launch of the IC Tomorrow Connected Cities Challenge (10 Sept 2014). Full details at https://ictomorrow.innovateuk.org/web/connected-cities-innovation-contest

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IC Tomorrow: Connected Cities Challenge

  1. 1. Connected Cities Challenge: Connected services Using data to encourage independent living
  2. 2. 1791 1983
  3. 3. • First map of Kent in 1801.
  4. 4. The Hampshire Hub • Local Information System / Data Store • 20+ partners (and growing) • Help inform decision-making • Accessible & open by default • Informing Hampshire (and beyond) • The world doesn’t stop at the county line • Store, present and link local with national (and other local) data • Sharing an evidence base reduces duplication • Resource for voluntary, public, private sectors & local communities
  5. 5. The Hampshire Hub Our Approach • Thinking aloud –> Prototype • Publish ‘interesting’ data - like aerial photography – as open data • Design with openness and versatility in mind • Aspiring to create a data ecosystem for others, as well as ourselves • Supporting different types of content • NO personal data • Be prepared to respond to changing needs • It’ll never really be finished
  6. 6. The Issue An Ageing Population The national picture : The over 65 year olds: • account for 1 in 6 of us (10M) • by 2050 rises to 1 in 4 (19M) For over 80 year olds • today: 3M • by 2030: 5M+ • by 2050: 8M
  7. 7. An Ageing Population The Implications • Long-term conditions - account for • 55% of GP appointments, • 68% of outpatient attendances & • 72% of in-patient days. • Reduced mobility • rises from 9% of women aged 65-69 to 50% of women aged 85+. • For men from 8% to 35%. • Accounted for 13% of all increases in care (for 65-69), increasing to 53% for clients aged 85+.
  8. 8. An Ageing Population The Hampshire picture • Population = 1,307,700. • Over 65 = 18.5% (16.3% nationally) • By 2019 = 20% over 65, 16% over 85 (12% nationally)
  9. 9. Changing expectations
  10. 10. “to use digital solutions, that leverage data to assist local government in their delivery of health care services” The Challenge
  11. 11. The Challenge
  12. 12. The Challenge
  13. 13. The Challenge
  14. 14. Working with Ordnance Survey & the Hampshire Hub ● BlueLightCamp (May 2014) helping tackle issues around emergency services & resilience ● Winter 2014: Open Data as Fuel ● March 2015 “Aspirations” hosted by Isle of Wight Council (tbc) ● ‘Weather You Do or Whether You Don’t’ (Hartree Centre / Know Now)
  15. 15. Accessing the data Hampshire Hub
  16. 16. Accessing the data Ordnance Survey 1. Open Data: bit.ly/1e89682 full link: www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/innovate/innovate-with-open-data. html 2. Sample ALL our Data: bit.ly/1mZFzgK full link: www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/business-and-government/ licensing/sample-data/discover-data.html 3. Challenge Information: bit.ly/1qIDatG full link: www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/innovate/developers/challenges
  17. 17. The Data
  18. 18. Further information www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/innovate/developers/challen ges

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