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Open Data: Putting the “smart” in Smart Solutions Jeff Kaplan Managing Director Open ePolicy Solutions Kigali, Rwanda 17 June 2013 Open Data
I Say “Open Data” and you...
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Open = 7 Machine-readable (Re-usable)
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Open Licence 9 Open =
10 Open = Usable by anyone...
11 Open =... for any purpose allowed by law
12 Distribute Redistribute Copy Reuse Use Open =
Open = Global
Why are governments pursuing Open Data? 14
OPEN DATA OPEN DATA OPEN DATA Open = Fuel for innovation
Open has value... everywhere 16
Apps for farmers 17 Open Data =
Apps for farmers 18 Open Data =
Disease Surveillance 19
Health Facility Locations 20 Imagine combining denge map with map showing location of health facilities that treat denge...
Distribution of Medical Supplies and a map showing availability of medical supplies for denge treatment at each health facility?
Performance of individual schools 22
23 Open = Road safety... Mapping injuries to pedestrians
Release Data that matters to people
How fast does Open Data turn into Innovation?
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