The Internet has transformed greatly in just a few decades as more people are learning web development than ever before. There is a rich history behind the Internet and it’s definitely an exciting time to be working with open source solutions.
Many cities are adopting data analytics to improve public services. Cities are learning that data collected can be used to shorten transit times, assist in the replacement of failing infrastructure, and even make parking easier. In this always-developing technology of data analytics, many cities have already witnessed improvements in services. At a time when infrastructure funding at the federal level has been cut, U.S. cities are embracing technologies that lower costs while improving services. Global cities are also benefiting from the cost-savings of data analytics.
In many cases, Smart cities are linked to the idea of ‘data’. For instance, Open data and sensor data provide the foundation for making cities smarter by enabling new services and acting as a feedback loop for improving existing services. However, data itself does not constitute value.
This report offers practical design advice to public managers and political leaders who are facing complex, dynamic public challenges involving multiple stakeholders on issues or problems where there is no clearly defined solution.
Open Government TV, was produced to engage large businesses, educate small businesses, and empower both the public and private sector to help create jobs and restore economy. First internet tv channel to focus on developing video information to help businesses understand public policy, and economic strategies under the precepts of the Executive Order of the Open Government Directive calling for Transparency, Collaboration, and Participation.
Open Government TV, also known as, OGTV is now a full scale media production firm that produces an online educational platform to provide some of the most relevant and up to date information important to growing a business in a challenging economic climate while also offering the latest social media and Gov 2.0 technologies important to both the private sector and government agencies. OGTV as a small business also can team with your business as your media partner and offer you small business, woman owned, and service disabled set a side association with our organization.
Researchers at SENSEable City Lab – a new research initiative of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology — together with colleagues at GE Healthymagination have analyzed data from over 7 million electronic medical records, illustrating in a powerful visual the (sometimes surprising) relationships between medical conditions on the basis of the frequency of co-occurrences. They’re calling this extensive disease network the “Health InfoScape.”
Open data and open government invariably make people ask questions. How much money does it save? Where is it located? What is it doing? These three online tools help put the overall movement into perspective.
"It is fantastic that there are large swaths of budget data available in the UK thanks to legislation and the great work of websites like Openly Local. But having the data means little if it is poorly coded, and if it is hard to standardize across jurisdictions."
Certaines organisations pensent qu' "ouvrir" signifie tout publier, mais ce n'est pas le cas. Les entreprises sont libres de choisir les données qu'elles publient, comme celles qui peuvent aider leurs client à mieux trouver, comparer et comprendre leurs produits et services. Pour de nombreux groupes, le compromis est positif, stimule la croissance et mène à une concurrence plus équitable. Tirer parti de cette opportunité unique peut améliorer l'innovation et l'ingéniosité au sein des entreprises, chose qui est vitale pour l'économie.