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The Business Case for Open Data. OGD . Konferenz. , Wien Sep 2012. http://www.microsoft.com/opengov. . Agenda. Case Studies. . Open Data and Business Value. Open Data. Value of ‘open innovation’. ID: 254356

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Open Data Open Innovation and the Cloud

The Business Case for Open Data

OGD

Konferenz

, Wien Sep 2012

http://www.microsoft.com/opengov

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Agenda

Case Studies

Open Data and Business Value

Open DataValue of ‘open innovation’The Cloud

What can we learn?The Cloud as enabler

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Open Data – Business Value

70+State/Local ProjectsNorth America

250+Open GovInitiatives WW

$25MValue of new economicactivity & cost savingsto Gov’t of Australia

€40B

“Increase in business activityfrom Open Gov Data in the EU”

$2.3M“Value of 47 open data appsApps for Democracy initiative”

$3.2Bn Savings by CDN Government

$50KCost to Washington DC for 47 apps

$4.6MAnnual Cost of Open Datato Gov’t of Australia

120+Countries with Open Data

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2010 Winter Olympics

Parking App

VanPark2010

Cloud

Combines City parking dataCommercial parking data

Open Government with Commercial Data

http://www.vanpark2010.ca

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Apps for Democracy

$2.3M

Value of 47 open data apps to Washington DC at a cost of $50,000 in 30 days

www.appsfordemocracy.org

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Neighbourhood News and Chat

Founded in 2007

EveryBlock.com

16 Cities in USA

$1.1M Knight Foundation Grant2009 Sold to msnbc.com

“EveryBlock’s hype ‘definitely faded’, but more popular than ever” – Adrian Holovaty, Aug 2012

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Open Data – Business Impact Examples*

CountryData TypeEstimatedBusiness ValueRefsAustraliaGIS/Spatial€5.2Bn7AustraliaStatistics€19M4DenmarkEnergy/Construction€540M7England/WalesLocal Geospatial€400M5IrelandNational€83M7SpainNational€550M7UKGIS/Met/Mapping€7.5Bn5USAMeteorological€309M7

*Based on studies 2005-2011

*Lowest quoted figs used

*Value depends on cost benefit ‘ratio’…

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Benefit vs. Cost

Victoria University Study

Australian National Data Service

Ratio = 5:1!*

Australia Bureau of Statistics Data

‘Costs and Benefits of Public Sector Data Provision’ (2011)

Ratio = 5:1!

*Ratio varies by data/sector type e.g. 5:1 < 25:1

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Open Data Portals – Pricing Models…

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Cloud is Open for developers

Low entry cost

Open Data and the Cloud

Drive Innovation

Build quicklyMinimal infrastructure Highly scalableData agility

Open Government and Open Innovation

*Graphic courtesy techlabs.com

http://www.microsoft.com/opengov

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Open Data Catalogue

Alberta, Canada

City of Medicine Hat

Cloud

Catalogue built in ‘few days’Minimal CAPEXUltra-low cost

Open Government with the Cloud

http://data.medicinehat.ca

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Open311

311 Citizen Call Center

City of San Francisco

Cloud

Citizens can report and track non-emergency incidents

Open Data with the Cloud

http://www.heygov.com/default.aspx?MapID=SanFran311

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Fueling the App Economy“The City of San Francisco releases its raw public transportation data on train routes, schedules, and to-the-minute location updates directly to the public through web services. This has enabled citizen developers to write over 10 different mobile applications to help the public navigate San Francisco’s public transit systems—more services than the city could provide if it focused on presentation development rather than opening the data publicly through web services.”May 23rd, 2012

USA Digital Government

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Enable new innovative applications and services(SLA)

Deliver better services at lower cost (*Ratio)

‘Business’ Opportunity for Open Data

Stimulate business and economic growth

Industry and Citizen Engagement

Enhance competitiveness

Enable developers to consume your open data

Open Government, Open Innovation and

T

he Cloud

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Austria OGD Cloud Portal – http://austriaogd.cloudapp.net EU Cloud Portal – http://govdata.eu 1Eaves, D. (2010) "How Open Data Saved Canada $3.2Bn"2European Commission (2011) "Open Data - An Engine for Innovation"3Holovaty, A. (2012) EveryBlock: “On to the Next Chapter“4Houghton, J. (2011) Australian National Data Service: “Costs and Benefits of Data Provision”5LinkedGov (2011) "Economic Impact of Open Data"6Niemann, B. (2012) "Is There A Business Case For Open Government Data?“7OGP Blog (2012) "Open Data and Economic Growth“8Vickery, G. (2011) “PSI Re-Use and Related Market Developments”

Resources and References

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Appendix

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Government of Colombia

Transparency

Government of Colombia

Cloud

eGovernmentInsightAccountability

Open Government and e-Government

http://datos.gov.co

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Weather Data

UK Met Office

data.gov.uk

Cloud Integration

‘Big Data’Large volumeDaily dataHourly updates

Open Government with Big Data

http://data.gov.uk/metoffice-data-archive

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