Geospatial citizen in the Digital Agenda

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The European Citizen is reshaping democratic society and expresses itself through digital platforms. The Digital Agenda is underlining the role of ICT in moving forward in increasing the civic participation through internet and social media. Public sector is reshaping itself to allow citizen to interact on democratic processes. The presentation focuses on the ICT tools, including geo, in the hand of citizen to shape and direct also cross boundary challenges in Europe. @tdelestre

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  • The European Citizen is reshaping democratic society and expresses itself through digital platforms. The Digital Agenda is underlining the role of ICT in moving forward in increasing the civic participation through internet and social media. Public sector is reshaping itself to allow citizen to interact on democratic processes. The presentation will focus on the ICT tools, including geo, in the hand of citizen to shape and direct also cross boundary challenges in Europe
  • The average availability of online public services in the EU went up from 69% to 82% from 2009 to 2010
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  • Geospatial citizen in the Digital Agenda

    1. 1. Digital Agenda in the hand of the European citizen @tdelestre Tanguy De Lestré Geospatial World Forum- Amsterdam- 27/4/2012www.agoria.be
    2. 2. Content of this presentation:> Digital Agenda : elements of citizen involvement> Citizen usage of the Digital agenda „dividend‟ + GEO > Consuming > Active e-citizen > Influencing e-government > Hacking e-govrnment > Protesting e-government > Caring www.agoria.be
    3. 3. www.agoria.be
    4. 4. What is in it for the citizen ?www.agoria.be
    5. 5. Citizen as consumerEncourage cross-border e-commerce uptake 9% of citizen ordered in other country – compared to 40% in own country www.agoria.be
    6. 6. Avoid consumer lock-in through standards:Public procurement to specify applicable standard instead of product/vendor Avoid fragmentation to create a Digital Agenda Single market National interoperability framework www.agoria.be
    7. 7. E-Government for citizens: Crossborder reduction of administration Cost-effective route to better services Open and transparent governmentEiD (electronic identity card) mutual recognition www.agoria.be
    8. 8. Specific groups actions and pilots: EU elderly citizens Accessibility Healthwww.agoria.be
    9. 9. HOW ARE CITIZENS ACTUALLYTAKING ADVANTAGE OF THEDIGITAL AGENDA ‘DIVIDEND’? www.agoria.be
    10. 10. Consuming Smarthone apps for travel trend – (TNSSofres)http://www.tnsglobal.com/mobile-life/#map/europe/feature/lbs/both www.agoria.be
    11. 11. Consuming location based service for smartphone– (TNSSofres) www.agoria.be
    12. 12. E-citizen: green energy registrar (subsidies locator,…) www.agoria.be
    13. 13. Active e-citizen:damage road/hazard reports (fix my street) www.agoria.be
    14. 14. Active e-citizen: solving problems together (crowd) www.agoria.be
    15. 15. Hacking Government : global protest “It‟s time for them to listen”. www.agoria.be
    16. 16. Protesting Government: citizen journalism (map) www.agoria.be
    17. 17. Caring www.agoria.be
    18. 18. And next?Images credit: Jessica Sheriff (Flickr) www.agoria.be
    19. 19. Contact Agoria GEO-ICTAssociation of Belgian Private GEO-ICT companies Tanguy De Lestré Agoria GEO-ICT Belgian GEO-Business association +32 486 38 46 18 tanguy.delestre@agoria.be www.agoria.be
    20. 20. Back-up www.agoria.be
    21. 21. About AGORIA> In 2009 Agoria brought together major players in the GEO-ICT field> From this roundtable it seemed that there is enough basis for a private sector representation.> Attention points > Re-use of geo-information and discussion about the juridical frame > Inform public authorities of available technologies > Contruct strategic dialogue with authorities (e.g. GDI Raad Flanders) > Seek better partnershop public-private-education > Image and attractiveness of sector www.agoria.be
    22. 22. Agoria members active in sector (2012) > Aerodata > GIM > Avia-GIS > Imtech > Aquaterra > Luciad > Capgemini > Market-IP > Coudere > NSI > DatAction > Orbit GIS (Eurotronics) > DFC Software > Pitney Bowes Engineering > Pythagoras > Eurosense Belfotop > Realdolmen > ESRI Belux > Septentrio > Galateia > Spacebel > Geosparc > SIGGIS > Gatewing > Star Apic > Geodynamics > TECCON > Geosolutions > Teleatlas > Geoautomation > Vianova Systems > Van Steelandt www.agoria.be

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