Open Data and transparency, foundations of sustainable cities
OpenDataSoft Breakfast talk: Open Data and transparency, foundations of sustainable cities
June 30, 2015 • 8.30am – 10.00am
Incubateur Boucicaut, 130 rue de Lourmel, 75015 Paris
(Breakfast talk in French)
Are you convinced that a city’s open data and transparency can strengthen its attractiveness?
Would you like to start an open data project to encourage your citizens to engage more in public life and local development?
Do you wish to enhance the value of your data through an open online platform?
Open Data and transparency: a breakfast talk
On June 30, come join our breakfast talk and discover how open data and transparency can help run cities and counties, and how it improves the quality of public services from transportation to public finance management.
With the participation of:
- Victor FOUQUERAY
Multimedia and open data project manager, Île-de-France Region
- Eric LEGALE
Managing Director, Issy Media
- Jean-Marc LAZARD
The program will include:
- User stories from administrations that have already initiated an open data project
- A short step-by-step demo to become familiar with an open data portal
- A sharing of ideas and examples of transparency challenges facing cities and governments
OpenDataSoft launches its Breakfast Talk series:
This first OpenDataSoft breakfast talk starts a series of upcoming seminars around the topics of Open Data, Linked data, Smart Cities, internet of things, API management and monetization.
These meetings will be a place for sharing thoughts, opinions and knowledge and will gather the actors of the innovation ecosystem. Cities, governments, companies and citizens, everyone has a part to play in understanding the revolutions that reshape the way we live and accelerate the modernization of public administrations.
You want to open your data?
Grab our free 10-step guide now! It is loaded with hands-on advice on how to properly start your Open Data project.