Open Data Strategies of Real-time Cities

Open Data Strategies of Real-time Cities

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

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12-May-2015
REGION
Europe
Research Code: MAD2-01-00-00-00
SKU: IT00666-EU-MR_01840

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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.

Table of Contents

Study Objectives

Real-time City Trends in Europe

Real-time City Trends in Europe (continued)

Scope—Europe

Research Methodology

Initial Definitions

Overview—Milton Keynes

Objectives and Initiatives—Milton Keynes

Data Strategy—MK:Smart

Data Strategy—MK:Data Hub

Data Strategy—Ownership of Datasets

IoT Demonstrator—HyperCat

Data Strategy—HyperCatCity

ICT Suppliers and Partners

Evolution of Value Chain and Business Models

Value Chain and Business Models—Experimental Stage

Value Chain and Business Models—Commercial Stage

Overview—Grand Lyon

Overview—Real-time City Initiatives

40+ Pilot Projects

Selected Projects

Objectives

Data Strategy—Data Provision and Access Platform

Data Strategy—Ownership of Datasets

Flagship Data Projects—3-D Urban Mapping and Urban Services Innovation Lab

Data Strategy—Three License Types

Data Strategy—Data Governance

Data Strategy—Data Governance (continued)

Data Strategy—Open Data Platform Technical Roadmap

Funding

Overview—Helsinki

Overview—Real-time City Initiatives

Overview—Real-time City Initiatives (continued)

Helsinki Region Infoshare

Helsinki Region Infoshare (continued)

Data Strategy—Open Data Challenges

Data Strategy—Ownership of Datasets

Data Strategy—Collaborative Initiatives

Challenges

Funding

Overview—Dublin

Overview—Dublinked

Dublinked Infrastructure and Open Source

Dublinked Data Uses

Data Strategy—Ownership of Datasets

Dublinked’s Open Data Challenges

Licensing Terms and Accessibility

Evolution of Value Chain and Business Models

Benchmark of ICT Attractiveness

Benchmark of ICT Attractiveness—Milton Keynes

Real-time City—Progress Benchmark

ICT Opportunity

ICT Opportunity (continued)

ICT Challenges

ICT Challenges (continued)

The Last Word

Recommendations

Recommendations (continued)

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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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 citys 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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Author Sheridan Nye
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