Next Generation Data Sharing


Our platform makes cities and organizations smarter and more open to help them confront the governance and business challenges of the 21st century.


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Make Your Data Actionable

Cities and companies use OpenDataSoft to simplify the publishing and processing of their Smart City data, Open Data, and internal data. They save time and can focus on using their data to create new services and to find new business opportunities.

Open Data

Empower civic innovation with Open Data. We allow governments to lead community change through a smart data network.

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Smart City Data

Our platform allows Smart Cities to process and standardize sensor data, encourage application development, and easily visualize & understand data from Smart City systems.

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Internal & Private Data

Put an end to your internal data silos. With OpenDataSoft, businesses can centralize, enrich, and easily share data.

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10 Essential Steps to Publish Your Data

Don’t know where to begin on your data project? Download our 10-step guide and get the answers!

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Our Customers Transform Their Data into Useful Resources

Take a look at our clients’ success stories across the public and private sectors!

“Thanks to the OpenDataSoft platform, ENDETEC-Homerider does not only sell sensors to water network operators, but now provides them an access to data of a high added value.”


Marie Maurel,
Project Manager, Sensor Networks, ENDETEC-Homerider

“Our work with OpenDataSoft ensures that citizens get easy-to-view dashboards and a simple process to sort through relevant datasets. Users are no longer overwhelmed by the amount of public data and can access meaningful information instantly.”

Greg Marrow,
CIO of Durham County Government

“A tool like OpenDataSoft allows us to better understand the potential of Open Data and to imagine, even upon publishing a dataset, a multitude of possible future uses and services.”


Benjamin Bertelle,
Design and Development Engineer, Keolis Rennes