Ebook: Driving utility sector transformation with new data experiences

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Anne-Claire Bellec
11 October 2022
To meet its current challenges around sustainability, efficiency, transparency and innovation the UK utility sector needs to become more data-driven. Introducing our new utility ebook, this blog outlines the obstacles to data democratization and how the industry can overcome them, based on best practice and data sharing use cases from across Europe.
Team
01 June 2016
Saemes, the second largest parking provider in the Paris Region, recently became the first parking provider to open up its data. Looking at its new open data portal, we wanted to see if the company would succeed in improving parking using open data (hint: it can). Off we go!
Team
21 December 2015
Leveraging open data and civic tech resources to foster agile solutions adapted to your unique needs can be a highly effective and affordable way to better anticipate, respond to, and recover from disasters.
Team
02 November 2015
Opendatasoft is thrilled to continue its Open Data Weekly series with this comprehensive list (and a map) of 2600+ Open Data portals in the world.
Team
21 September 2015
As data is gaining prevalence in smart city strategies, there is a fear that a connected city would create “a vast arena of perfect and permanent surveillance". Data governance can solve this dilemma.
Benoit Richter
03 September 2015
Without a basemap, your geographical data has little value. This blog post walks you through the definition of a baseman and how to choose one for your data platform.
Nicolas Terpolilli
12 August 2015
Read this blog post and explore data about yellow taxi journeys in New York City.
Team
12 May 2015
Toulouse Métropole, the urban community of Greater Toulouse, launches today the new version of its Open Data portal powered by OpenDataSoft.
Team
17 November 2014
We attended the ODI Summit a couple of weeks ago, and during a training session, a very interesting dataset was showcased: crime reports in the city of Chicago from 2001 to present.
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