The project restructured and reorganized the data assets of the municipality, creating the conditions for their reuse. Through mapping the processes, the content, storing, and quantity of incoming and forwarded or published data sets of the municipality became clear and tangible. This mapping of assets and protocols acts as a standard, regulating access as well as enabling registry and queries through applications of previously decentralized data and information.
open data platform
The open data portal of Debrecen set off with publishing four data sets: large resolution digital photos on the city, the time tables of arriving and departing flights from Debrecen, demographic data including age and gender distribution from 2013 and visitor statistics from the local swimming pool's last year. The purpose and method of reusing these data is open for users and businesses, and the city welcomes feedback and ideas about further datasets that could be interesting or important to publish.
Citadel on the Move is a European Commission funded (CIP PSP) project which aims to make it easier for citizens and application developers from across Europe to use Open Data to create the type of innovative mobile applications they want and need.
Urban-Knowledge is an open platform dedicated to compile an innovative and effective system of methods and techniques for urban expertise through a knowledge platform. The Urban-Knowledge platform wants to strengthen the expertise of the urban professionals and facilitate their learning and development paths by increasing their understanding skills on the applications of existing and innovative urban analysis methods.
The Array of Things (AoT) is a network of interactive, modular sensor boxes around Chicago collecting real-time data on the city’s environment, infrastructure, and activity for research and public use.
Városszervíz (City Service) is a mobile application where residents can report appropriate urban management errors and problems and the correction process can be followed. The application works in the field connected to the system operators. With City Service the citizens can be esaily involved in city maintenance tasks with a smart phone application. The starting point of the concept is that people like to help and participate in the maintenance work if you make it them simple, interesting and experience-like.
The Open Data catalogue provides free and open access to over 145 City datasets. New datasets are added on a continual basis. Open and accessible data is defined as non-personally identifiable data that is made freely available to everyone in one or more open and accessible formats.
VanMap is a Web-based application that lets you view data about Vancouver in map form. The City's GIS (Geographical Information Systems) department gathers information and data from a variety of sources, and constructs detailed map layers for you to view, save, and print out. VanMap is a large part of the City's overall open map strategy, along with Google maps for day-to-day user views.
The Digital Strategy aims to enhance multidirectional digital connections among citizens, employees, business, and government. To keep pace with technology, and minimize risk and maximize value for taxpayers, we: Track our progress using the strategy's digital maturity model. Base our decisions and actions on the strategy's pillars, goals, and objectives.
MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology) has been excavating, studying and documenting the physical remains of London past since the early 1970s. Twenty years ago they started compiling all of their information and results into a single digital framework, to keep track of the multitude of data coming in and to allow patterns of development to be analysed in a way that simply could not be done with analogue systems.