Lauréline Saux
16 November 2021
Find out more about our customers' most innovative projects during our Data on Board conference, on December 7th at La Gaîté Lyrique, Paris.
Agata C. Hidalgo
22 July 2020
Over the last 5 years, open contracting has turned into a global phenomenon. What is it all about? Who are the actors behind it? Most importantly, is it delivering on its promises? Find the answers to your questions in this article!
Team
16 July 2020
Data quality and data sources have changed dramatically in the last few decades, and the impact of this transformation is far beyond the data science field - academic researchers who rely on data for their studies also have to adapt to the new generation of data. What are the new challenges and opportunities?
Team
10 July 2020
After the whirlwind of the first half of 2020, many of us are desperately needing a summer getaway to relax and spend some quality time outside our living room. Vacation planning can be daunting, especially when most of the country is in partial lockdown due to the pandemic. Learn how data can helps.
Team
25 June 2020
Big data is making a big impact on the environment. Businesses and governments are using all kinds of data to track environmental issues and develop policies to make positive changes
Chloé Van Dooren
23 June 2020
Are you familiar with "island energy systems"? These "isolated" areas represent a real challenge in terms of electricity supply. The use of digital tools such as open data has the power to help overcome this challenge... Let's see how!
Agata C. Hidalgo
19 June 2020
Since their inception back in 1999, hackathons have evolved from software developers’ meetups into corporate and civic events embracing an increasingly wide range of topics and participants. By moving online during the Covid-19 lockdown, hackathons have become more inclusive and accessible than ever. 
Chloé Van Dooren
10 June 2020
Municipalities or groups of municipalities give GRDF (among others) permission to operate their gas distribution facilities and collect transportation revenues. These activities are regularly monitored by the local authorities. Today, we'll be looking at the ways in which this monitoring can be optimized. 
Eric Reese
05 June 2020
Low quality data affects us daily, often in ways we may not even notice. So, we need high quality data. But what is data quality and how do we get it?
Pauline Montay
28 May 2020
Data is everywhere, even in places we don't expect it to be, like our User Clubs. Let's delve into the key figures and amusing details about them.
Agata C. Hidalgo
26 May 2020
If you have been following us during the “Stay at home” period, you might have noticed that Covid-19 has prompted unprecedented levels of data sharing across the world. However, you might still be uncertain about which data you can legally publish, especially if you live in Europe. 
Chloé Van Dooren
20 May 2020
After discovering the Product Team (with Sébastien) and the CSM Team (with James), let's now turn our attention to the Sales Team, and in particular, Opendatasoft employee Clara.  
Pamela Martineau
18 May 2020
As the coronavirus crisis rolls on, data is playing an increasingly vital role in helping officials plan resources for the epidemic, identify those who are at risk, and educate the public about ways to stay safe and find businesses they can continue to patronize. The efforts are designed to save lives and minimize deterioration of local economies.
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