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The transformation to the bicycle city Berlin is presented on the FixMyBerlin platform in an understandable and comprehensible way on maps. FixMyBerlin coordinates with the districts and the Senate Administration and shows infrastructure developments by subdividing it in four categories concept, planning, under construction and finished. The Happy Bike Index shows where you can cycle safely and where it is still dangerous.
Giess den Kiez (Pour the Neighborhood) is a Berlin-centred platform that aims to tackle the issue of arid and hot summers causing trees to dry and suffer long-term damage by encouraging citizens to adopt a tree and water it. The project is a coordinated effort to irrigate urban areas and enable citizen participation. On a map overview, dots represent trees, and a color-coding scheme indicates their water requirements.
Oparl is a website interface that offers access to the parliamentary information systems in Germany and is useful for citizens, municipalities, developers and RIS manufacturers. The project aims to create a standard API that allows access to public data currently stored in municipal council information systems thereby promoting the openness of parliamentary systems and public data of the German council.
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Improving data publishing by open data portal managers and owners
Open data best practices in Europe: Estonia, Slovenia and Ukraine
Data sharing as a service: will data services remove intellectual property rights from the picture, and at what cost?
Value Creation in the Digital Age
ePSI platform scoreboard
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Today, the 2023 EU Industry Days have begun in Malaga, Spain, a fitting location as Spain has recently assumed the Presidency of the European Council. The EU Industry Days represent Europe's premier annual event dedicated to key discussions on industrial policy, facilitating connections among industry leaders, and enhancing the knowledge base of European businesses. The Industry Days will take place throughout the entire day from 4 October to 6 October and each day features its own unique schedule and agenda. During this year’s edition, a variety of sessions will be held focussing on the main
The newly launched tool ‘LinkedDataGPT’ by Liip, simplifies access to the City of Zurich’s linked data. It provides user-friendly access to specific datasets with the help of AI. Feel free to ask your question about available data and find out the answers the tool provides. LinkedDataGPT follows in the footsteps of ZüriCityGPT, a chatbot where you can ask your questions about the government and administration of the City of Zurich. The platform is continually improving, adding more content and frequently updating datasets. However, it may not be able to answer all your questions just yet. To
On Friday, 15 September 2023 from 10.00 to 11.30 CET, the data.europa academy hosted the webinar ‘Data spaces: Experiences from strategic data spaces’. This second webinar in the data spaces series presented the state of play and requirements of two strategic data spaces: the Health data space and the Cultural Heritage data space. With the goal of harnessing the value of data for the benefit of the European economy and society, the European Commission actively supports the development of common European data spaces in ten strategic fields as outlined in the European data strategy. The first
The Data Governance Act (DGA) became officially applicable on 24 September 2023. The regulation aims to empower individuals and organisations with greater control over their data. The DGA's primary objective is to establish a harmonised framework for data sharing and governance across sectors and Member States. It addresses various aspects of data management, including access, sharing, and monetisation, while prioritising data privacy and security. Additionally, the DGA seeks to increase data flows, enhancing the reuse of public sector data that cannot be made available as open data. It will