In honor of New York City’s Open Data Week 2017, Peter Murray has compiled a resource featuring 40 smart, data-driven projects reminding us of open data’s value on the website Carto.com.
The examples are categorized by service type and alphabetically listed because projects democratizing access to open data should be celebrated equally:
* Navigating Open Data Sources
* Transparency and Accountability
* Performance Management
* Transportation and Infrastructure
* Resilient City Planning
* The IoT of Smart Cities
* Civic Engagement
Many of them could be of use to you. In any case, it gives great insight into the possibilities of open data to city governments.
Read more: http://bit.ly/2nR60vQ
Love it, this is absolutely fab I share and let you know, if I get any useful comments from my Finnish colleagues :D just love it, thanks and wish you great Easter time. Maybe we should go to Helsinki one day and meet some of these people
I wrote a special article about Helsinki: http://smartcityhub.com/governance-economy/helsinki-open-data-for-the-benefit-of-anyone/
All the best.
My pleasure :) if you need any other information just let me know (or translate) cheers
ah, that is a great subject and article. Thank you very much. I will see what I can publish about that. Stay tuned.
Hi Egbert thanks for sharing and some of you might also find this one useful. Here is a link to Finnish IoT open data source, new ways to collect city data. You can also get connected to the persons in charge, they are mentioned in every case http://www.hri.fi/en/news/crowdsourcing-and-the-iot-new-ways-of-collecting-data-about-the-city/ wish you a great day