Open Data Strategies of Real-time Cities

ICT Opportunities in Grand Lyon, Milton Keynes, Helsinki, and Dublin


Cities see an opportunity to stimulate economic growth by opening up their substantial sources of data to digital services innovators. In order to become true “real-time cities,” they want to do much more than simply publishing existing information and processes online. Differentiation lies in the foundations they put down in terms of data strategies, governance structures, and partnerships. This study profiles the open data strategies of four European cities. It provides an analysis of each city’s goals and its activities with its partners. Analyses include best practice examples and a benchmark of the cities' progress against their objectives.
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Executive SummaryStudy ObjectivesReal-time City Trends in EuropeReal-time City Trends in Europe (continued)Research BackgroundScope—EuropeResearch MethodologyInitial DefinitionsCase Study—Milton KeynesOverview—Milton KeynesObjectives and Initiatives—Milton KeynesData Strategy—MK:SmartData Strategy—MK:Data HubData Strategy—Ownership of DatasetsIoT Demonstrator—HyperCatData Strategy—HyperCatCity ICT Suppliers and PartnersEvolution of Value Chain and Business Models Value Chain and Business Models—Experimental StageValue Chain and Business Models—Commercial StageCase Study—Grand LyonOverview—Grand LyonOverview—Real-time City Initiatives40+ Pilot ProjectsSelected Projects ObjectivesData Strategy—Data Provision and Access PlatformData Strategy—Ownership of DatasetsFlagship Data Projects—3-D Urban Mapping and Urban Services Innovation LabData Strategy—Three License TypesData Strategy—Data Governance Data Strategy—Data Governance (continued)Data Strategy—Open Data Platform Technical RoadmapFundingCase Study—HelsinkiOverview—Helsinki Overview—Real-time City InitiativesOverview—Real-time City Initiatives (continued)Helsinki Region InfoshareHelsinki Region Infoshare (continued)Data Strategy—Open Data ChallengesData Strategy—Ownership of DatasetsData Strategy—Collaborative InitiativesChallengesFundingCase Study—DublinOverview—Dublin Overview—Dublinked Dublinked Infrastructure and Open SourceDublinked Data UsesData Strategy—Ownership of DatasetsDublinked’s Open Data ChallengesLicensing Terms and AccessibilityEvolution of Value Chain and Business Models Benchmarking AnalysisBenchmark of ICT Attractiveness Benchmark of ICT Attractiveness—Milton KeynesReal-time City—Progress BenchmarkConclusionsICT Opportunity ICT Opportunity (continued)ICT ChallengesICT Challenges (continued)The Last WordRecommendationsRecommendations (continued)The Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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