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Renfrewshire Open Data
Enlightenment event
Open Data Aha!
Mark Braggins
29th January 2016
About me
➢ I’ve worked in various sectors,
inc: retail, financial services,
software services, local gov
➢ Tech has featur...
Renfrewshire Community Planning
Partnership
“Open data is data that anyone can
access, use and share.”
Source: Open Data Institute (ODI)
Open Data - different things to
different people
Just a few areas open data can
help:
● Saving lives
● Making (or saving) ...
“‘Unfortunately, the evidence
appears to be scarce.’”
Open Knowledge: Making Open Data Actionable and Impactful
Authors: T...
Open Data Aha!
Stories from across the World
➢ Stories from across the World
➢ Adding tags, categories, and
location (wher...
A quick look at England (so far)
Open Data stories
Devon
➢ Recently set-up as an ODI
Network Node offering
open data training
➢ Open Data Use Cases
➢ Community engagement
(i...
Bath
➢ Bath: Hacked - council &
local people (community
interest company)
➢ Very active and engaged
community
➢ Data store...
Bristol
➢ Bristol Is Open - joint
venture between
Bristol City Council and
University of Bristol
➢ Sensors inc
smartphones...
Cambridgeshire
➢ Strong mixture of:
➢ Open Data
➢ research and analytical
skills
➢ Data stories
➢ Data visualisation
➢ Act...
Hampshire
➢ Hampshire Hub (5* star linked
open data)
➢ Collaboration with local technology
businesses:
○ Flood Event Model...
London
➢ Winner of the ODI’s data
publisher of the year 2015
➢ 500+ datasets
➢ Real-time feeds, APIs and
widgets
➢ Lots of...
Leeds
➢ Partnership between City
Council and Hebe Works
➢ Active, engaged local
community
➢ 200+ local datasets
➢ Exploiti...
Manchester
➢ Open Data Manchester
Started in 2010 as part of
Future Everything
➢ Creates ‘demand’ for open
data
➢ Meets ev...
Trafford
➢ Trafford Innovation lab
➢ Data-driven decision-
making (open and closed)
➢ Data visualisations galore
inc exper...
Some international examples
Stories from across the World
The Wind Map, by Cameron Beccario
http://earth.nullschool.net/
‘A visualisation of global weather conditions forecast
by s...
How will we fill 9 billion bowls
by 2050?
● global initiative
● open data at its core
● precision agriculture
● climate ad...
“...in 2014, Chicago’s Department of Innovation and
Technology started sifting through publicly available
city data and bu...
“Waves of digitally astute cities are setting the
pace, including Singapore, Panama, Seoul and
Tallinn.
They’ve all create...
Open Data Camp
● Lots of people
● Shared interest in open data
● Many sectors inc:
○ local gov
○ health
○ voluntary / char...
Individual and collective energies
James Cattell in Winchester
Jamie Whyte in Manchester
Folk commonly followed by
#ODCamp...
Common traits?
➢ ‘People power’
➢ Some form of (local) data store
➢ Local data + national data
➢ Mixture of skills
➢ Local...
Thank You!
Feel free to contact me
if you have questions
or would like to
discuss open data for
your organisation.
Contact...
Credits
Screenshots from local data store examples
screenshots from the Open Data Institute
Trafford Defibrillator: ‘Stayi...
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  1. 1. Renfrewshire Open Data Enlightenment event Open Data Aha! Mark Braggins 29th January 2016
  2. 2. About me ➢ I’ve worked in various sectors, inc: retail, financial services, software services, local gov ➢ Tech has featured in some way in all of them, as has data ➢ Until 2015 I led the Hampshire Hub open data initiative ➢ I now work with people and organisations to help make the most of open data (Aha!) Contact details ---> Mark Braggins mark.braggins@aha-digital.com ‘Phone 07743 817215 Twitter @markbraggins LinkedIn markbraggins Open Data Aha! opendata-aha.net AHA Digital Ltd aha-digital.com
  3. 3. Renfrewshire Community Planning Partnership
  4. 4. “Open data is data that anyone can access, use and share.” Source: Open Data Institute (ODI)
  5. 5. Open Data - different things to different people Just a few areas open data can help: ● Saving lives ● Making (or saving) - money ● Transparency ● Partnerships / sharing
  6. 6. “‘Unfortunately, the evidence appears to be scarce.’” Open Knowledge: Making Open Data Actionable and Impactful Authors: Tyrone Grandison, Jeff Chen
  7. 7. Open Data Aha! Stories from across the World ➢ Stories from across the World ➢ Adding tags, categories, and location (where possible) ➢ Individual stories, and (RSS) feeds for the original publisher ➢ Approx 2000 so far, from 700+ sites, ➢ more being added daily ➢ looking for patterns, trends and gaps ➢ intend to publish stories as a dataset ➢ “Aha!” - that moment when someone “gets it” about open data
  8. 8. A quick look at England (so far) Open Data stories
  9. 9. Devon ➢ Recently set-up as an ODI Network Node offering open data training ➢ Open Data Use Cases ➢ Community engagement (including stickers!) ➢ ‘Beyond The Smart City’ exploring wider ‘smart’ agenda ➢ Using open data as part of data-driven decision- making internally ➢ ODI Devon devon.theodi.org/ ➢ Beyond The Smart City beyondthesmartcity.com/ ➢ The Cloche Project - data story behind human resources ➢ Stickers galore! Data helping to inform internal decision-making Stickers galore!Use cases
  10. 10. Bath ➢ Bath: Hacked - council & local people (community interest company) ➢ Very active and engaged community ➢ Data store + events ➢ ‘live’ data feeds ➢ Apps which are useful to citizens, inc ○ air quality ○ Car parking ○ bike share ○ school admissions ○ public toilets ➢ Bath: Hacked bathhacked.org/
  11. 11. Bristol ➢ Bristol Is Open - joint venture between Bristol City Council and University of Bristol ➢ Sensors inc smartphones & GPS devices ➢ A ‘city operating system’ ➢ All data generated being anonymised and published as open data ➢ Bristol is Open bristolisopen.com/
  12. 12. Cambridgeshire ➢ Strong mixture of: ➢ Open Data ➢ research and analytical skills ➢ Data stories ➢ Data visualisation ➢ Active engagement with local people, inc blogging and social media ➢ Cambridgeshire Insight cambridgeshireinsight.org.uk/
  13. 13. Hampshire ➢ Hampshire Hub (5* star linked open data) ➢ Collaboration with local technology businesses: ○ Flood Event Model ○ GP Pressure Map ○ Crowdsourcing landscape change ○ Aerial photography ➢ local hacks & events ➢ Hosted 1st Open Data Camp + BlueLightCamp ➢ ODI node Southern Policy Centre ➢ Hampshire Hub hampshirehub.net ➢ Nquiringminds’ GP Pressure Map ➢ Know Now’s Flood Event Model ➢ RSAC’s Landscape Watch ➢ Minecraft Ventnor by Christopher GutteridgeGP Pressure Map by Nquiringminds Flood Event Model by Know Now Minecraft Ventnor ‘Home’ of Open Data Aha!
  14. 14. London ➢ Winner of the ODI’s data publisher of the year 2015 ➢ 500+ datasets ➢ Real-time feeds, APIs and widgets ➢ Lots of apps, particularly for transport ➢ Well resourced and championed by the Mayor of London ➢ London Datastore data.london.gov.uk/ ➢ Transport for London (TfL) tfl.gov.uk/info-for/open-data- users/ The London Datastore London Connectivity map
  15. 15. Leeds ➢ Partnership between City Council and Hebe Works ➢ Active, engaged local community ➢ 200+ local datasets ➢ Exploiting media and technology e.g. ○ customisable dashboards, ○ apps like ‘Find My Bin Day’ and Leeds Empties ○ data visualisations ➢ Leeds Data Mill leedsdatamill.org/ ➢ Hebe Works hebeworks.com/ Leeds Superheroes vs super powers
  16. 16. Manchester ➢ Open Data Manchester Started in 2010 as part of Future Everything ➢ Creates ‘demand’ for open data ➢ Meets every month ➢ Active, expert, community ➢ Public data store ➢ Code fellows ➢ Hosted local open data event and Open Data Camp 2 ➢ Open Data Manchester opendatamanchester.org.uk/ ➢ Data GM datagm.org.uk/ ➢ Local open data event blog.swirrl.com/articles/open- data-innovator-stories/ ➢ Open Data Camp odcamp.org.uk
  17. 17. Trafford ➢ Trafford Innovation lab ➢ Data-driven decision- making (open and closed) ➢ Data visualisations galore inc experimental ➢ Dynamic area profiles ➢ Very active community engagement inc open data surgeries ➢ Sharing project board openly ➢ Open Data Manchester opendatamanchester.org.uk/ ➢ Data GM http://www.datagm.org.uk/ ➢ Trafford Innovation Lab datagm.org.uk/ ➢ Project board (Trello) Trafford assets vs leisure facilities Public Project Trello Board
  18. 18. Some international examples Stories from across the World
  19. 19. The Wind Map, by Cameron Beccario http://earth.nullschool.net/ ‘A visualisation of global weather conditions forecast by supercomputers, updated every three hours’.
  20. 20. How will we fill 9 billion bowls by 2050? ● global initiative ● open data at its core ● precision agriculture ● climate adaptive ● exploiting latest technologies ● >200 partners ● Planning a summit for Sept 2016 http://www.godan.info/
  21. 21. “...in 2014, Chicago’s Department of Innovation and Technology started sifting through publicly available city data and built an algorithm to predict which restaurants were most likely to be in violation of health codes, based on the characteristics of previously recorded violations.” Article by Julian Spector on Citylab: Chicago Is Predicting Food Safety Violations. Why Aren't Other Cities?
  22. 22. “Waves of digitally astute cities are setting the pace, including Singapore, Panama, Seoul and Tallinn. They’ve all created spaces for digital disruption, opening data sets and convening citizens to challenge the digital architecture of the city and engage in direct democratic dialogue with officials.” (Quote from ‘Cities as Platforms’ by Gerard Grech in Tech Crunch)
  23. 23. Open Data Camp ● Lots of people ● Shared interest in open data ● Many sectors inc: ○ local gov ○ health ○ voluntary / charities ○ local communities ○ geeks ○ non-geeks http://www.odcamp.org.uk
  24. 24. Individual and collective energies James Cattell in Winchester Jamie Whyte in Manchester Folk commonly followed by #ODCamp hashtag users Enthusiasm spans many different sectors Pauline Roche at Open Data Camp in Winchester
  25. 25. Common traits? ➢ ‘People power’ ➢ Some form of (local) data store ➢ Local data + national data ➢ Mixture of skills ➢ Local ‘champion(s)’ ➢ Access to funding ➢ Support from local council(s) ➢ Communicating in lots of different ways (multiple channels) ➢ Willingness to take risks & try some new stuff ➢ Stories!!! Looking ahead (already happening) ➢ “Transformation” (won’t succeed without well organised, well described, data) ➢ Sharing services (and therefore data) ➢ Internet of Things (IoT) ➢ UAVs (Drones) ➢ Satellites ➢ Crowdsourcing ➢ Superfast everywhere ➢ New stuff we haven’t imagined yet
  26. 26. Thank You! Feel free to contact me if you have questions or would like to discuss open data for your organisation. Contact details ---> Mark Braggins mark.braggins@aha-digital.com ‘Phone 07743 817215 Twitter @markbraggins LinkedIn markbraggins Open Data Aha! opendata-aha.net AHA Digital Ltd aha-digital.com
  27. 27. Credits Screenshots from local data store examples screenshots from the Open Data Institute Trafford Defibrillator: ‘Stayin Alive’ – Gordon Hutchinson, courtesy of Trafford Leisure: http://www.traffordleisure.co.uk/news/stayin-alive-gordon-trusts-his-life-with-trafford-leisure/ Vintage postcard Kim Deslandes https://www.flickr.com/photos/kdeslandes/5998152390 James Cattell leaping - photo by Giuseppe Sollazzo https://flic.kr/p/rfBQ6G Jamie Whyte speaking - photo by Giuseppe Sollazzo https://flic.kr/p/zD9Tdm Artwork for Open Data Aha! by Matthew Buck of Drawnalism

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