Open Data: a design for the provisioning                 of Dutch public and geo-spatial transport                 data.  ...
The problem                          Government   Businessesdinsdag 25 januari 2011
Wat we would like to seedinsdag 25 januari 2011
The value of government data                   Scientific Instruments                                                     ...
Problem and Causes                    Problem: The business potential of government owned transport and                   ...
Problem and Causes                    Problem: The business potential of government owned transport and                   ...
Methods                                        Is their an economic case for open data?                    Literature Revi...
Solution                    A new business model for the provisioning of public sector                    information (Ope...
Design: Business Model                     structured, free,                         machine         Businesses   Travelle...
Design: Business Model                     Change pricing                       and legal                     structured, ...
Design: Business Model                     Change pricing      Create Data                       and legal         Warehou...
Design: Data Warehouse        Source Data                                                Raw Data           Interpreted Da...
Design: Data model                                                                                                        ...
Design: Data model                                                             Location                                   ...
Design: Data model                                                                              Location                  ...
is Available              has <<                                                                                          ...
Discussion                    Findings: interviews are consistent with makro economic literature ->                    bus...
Questionsdinsdag 25 januari 2011
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  1. 1. Open Data: a design for the provisioning of Dutch public and geo-spatial transport data. Bachelor Thesis: Stef van Griekendinsdag 25 januari 2011
  2. 2. The problem Government Businessesdinsdag 25 januari 2011
  3. 3. Wat we would like to seedinsdag 25 januari 2011
  4. 4. The value of government data Scientific Instruments % GDP Textiles Printing and Publishing Public Sector Information 0 0,5 1,0 1,5 2,0Source: Commercial Exploitation of Europe’s Public Sector Information - PIRA Studydinsdag 25 januari 2011
  5. 5. Problem and Causes Problem: The business potential of government owned transport and geo-spatial data remains untapped in the Netherlands. Causes: Financial: the pricing strategies governments use prevent re-use of data Legal: law gives governments intellectual property, copyright and database rights Technical: there is no technical infrastructure to deliver the datadinsdag 25 januari 2011
  6. 6. Problem and Causes Problem: The business potential of government owned transport and geo-spatial data remains untapped in the Netherlands. Causes: Financial: the pricing strategies governments use prevent re-use of data Legal: law gives governments intellectual property, copyright and database rights Technical: there is no technical infrastructure to deliver the data We leave this one alonedinsdag 25 januari 2011
  7. 7. Methods Is their an economic case for open data? Literature Review How does government ICT architecture work? Who is involved in open data? Stakeholder What is their stake? Indentification How does open data infuence the business case Business case analysis of the stakeholders? How should the data be delivered to businesses? Requirements analysis What solution should we design for the data Datawarehouse delivery? design What specifications should the data warehouse have?dinsdag 25 januari 2011
  8. 8. Solution A new business model for the provisioning of public sector information (Open Data) A technical architecture to deliver public transport and geospatial data to businesses (Data Warehouse)dinsdag 25 januari 2011
  9. 9. Design: Business Model structured, free, machine Businesses Travellers readable datadinsdag 25 januari 2011
  10. 10. Design: Business Model Change pricing and legal structured, free, machine Businesses Travellers readable datadinsdag 25 januari 2011
  11. 11. Design: Business Model Change pricing Create Data and legal Warehouse structured, free, machine Businesses Travellers readable datadinsdag 25 januari 2011
  12. 12. Design: Data Warehouse Source Data Raw Data Interpreted Data Creation, Selection Storage, Processing & Packaging Delivery Warehouse Design Service Operators Railnetwork Businesses Operator (1..n) Data Warehouse Traveler and Interface Roadnetwork Transport Operator (1..n) Authorities Rail and Road Data provider managementdinsdag 25 januari 2011
  13. 13. Design: Data model Location (.GPS) Location Type (.GPS) has << Capacity has << has << (.INT) Name has has << has Disabled Acces is Available has Toilet maintains << Stop Vehicle (.code) Service Operator (.code) is Available has << has Catering has has << Platform (.code) uses << Direction 2 ... 1 (.STOP) Name bills for 2 ... 1 is served by ... during ... maintains Network Connection Price Operator (.code) (.EUR) (.code) has << has << is Availible contains << Name Distance Planning Item Route (.KM) (.code) (.code) >> contains has << has has has has Title has << Exception Price Description Departure Time Arrival Time (.code) (.timestamp) (.EUR) (.timestamp) has << has << has *Derived fact type from platform *Derived fact type Planning Note from planning item Alternate Alternate Alternate Arrival price Platform Departure Time Time (.code) (.timestamp) (.timestamp)dinsdag 25 januari 2011
  14. 14. Design: Data model Location (.GPS) Location Type (.GPS) has << Capacity has << has << (.INT) has has Disabled Acces has Toilet maintains << Stop Vehicle (.code) Service Operator (.code) is Available has Catering has has << Direction 2 ... 1 (.STOP) Name bills for is served by ... during ... Connection Price (.code) (.EUR)dinsdag 25 januari 2011
  15. 15. Design: Data model Location Type (.GPS) has << has Name has << has Disabled Acce is Available has Toilet Stop (.code) is Available has << has << Platform (.code) uses << Direction 2 ... 1 (.STOP) 2 ... 1 maintains Network Connection Operator (.code) (.code) has << has <<dinsdag 25 januari 2011 is Availible
  16. 16. is Available has << has Catering has has << uses << Direction 2 ... 1 (.STOP) Name 2 ... 1 Design: Data model is served by ... during ... bills formaintains Connection Price (.code) (.EUR) has << is Availible contains << Distance Planning Item Route (.KM) (.code) (.code) >> contains has << has has has has has << Exception Priceon Departure Time Arrival Time (.code) (.timestamp) (.EUR) (.timestamp) has << has << has *Derived fact type Planning Note from planning item Alternate Alternate Arrival price Departure Time Time (.timestamp) (.timestamp) dinsdag 25 januari 2011
  17. 17. Discussion Findings: interviews are consistent with makro economic literature -> businesses expect more competition and increase in innovation Findings: cost structures change at the ‘government’ stakeholder, data providing organizations need to be compensated for loss due to different pricing strategies, or they are forced to drop certain activities Legal: intellectual property of some businesses loses value (i.e. Kadaster vs. Tele Atlas) Legal: insuring coverage, quality, privacy and neutrality of data provided by the government Policy: governments need to be aware that data and services are two different things, planning API’s compete with the marketdinsdag 25 januari 2011
  18. 18. Questionsdinsdag 25 januari 2011

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