Commission Backs Data Sharing to Spur Innovation

Commission Backs Data Sharing to Spur Innovation

By • on May 10, 2016

The EurActiv website reported that the European Commission’s upcoming data initiative will establish open data as the paradigm “by default”, while allowing opt-outs only in restricted cases for commercial purposes. A new wave of entrepreneurs in fields such as health and energy efficiency have demonstrated the importance of data sharing ― not

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How Open Innovation is Born from Company Collaboration

How Open Innovation is Born from Company Collaboration

By • on December 15, 2015

The Huffington Post noted that open innovation presents more efficient working that can benefit projects both large and small, and across international borders. Cross-team collaboration maximizes the use of individual skillsets and strengthens project delivery. This approach can be applied to any sector,

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Open Data Not Working: How to Fix It

Open Data Not Working: How to Fix It

By • on July 27, 2015

The Estevealmirall website posted an article which noted that since the early days when the first Open Data portals were established, we have witnessed an explosion an explosion of initiatives around Open Data. Lot’s of cities have their own Open Data portal with the ambition of ensuring transparency

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NASA Opens Its Data

NASA Opens Its Data

By • on April 23, 2015

The Arc website reported that NASA is giving away its data to developers looking to integrate the endless volume of space into their apps. The NASA Data Portal is a project from the agency’s open innovation team to set NASA’s data free. The Data Portal contains a library application programming interfaces

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Open Innovation in the Automobile Industry

Open Innovation in the Automobile Industry

By • on August 8, 2014

The MyScienceWork website reported that to imagine that vehicle of the future, PSA Peugeot Citroën established a policy of open innovation 5 years ago, which was made concrete with open innovation centers, in France and abroad, in partnership with universities. The economic crisis and increasingly complex

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Open Innovation meets the Collaborative Economy

Open Innovation meets the Collaborative Economy

By • on April 21, 2014

The P2P Foundation blog posted a call for papers on “The City as a Lab: Open Innovation meets the Collaborative Economy” for publication in  the California Management Review. The blog notes that under the growing pressure on municipal infrastructure, a new breed of smart cities are looking

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10 Trends for Open and Collaborative Innovation

10 Trends for Open and Collaborative Innovation

By • on September 16, 2013

In an article on the Information Management website,  Martin Duval, CEO of bluenove, a consulting firm specialized in Open Innovation, noted that over the last five years, Open Innovation has been evolving quite a lot in the ways it can be defined and implemented. Rather than proposing one more definition

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Open data key to interagency, private sector innovation

Open data key to interagency, private sector innovation

By • on June 27, 2013

The Federalnewsradio website reported that interagency consolidation of datasets for public and private use is crucial to driving down agency IT costs and forging new technological advances, according to Lisa Schlosser, deputy associate administrator in the Office of E-Government and Information Technology.

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Prosper Through Open-Data Innovations

Prosper Through Open-Data Innovations

By • on June 26, 2013

The Statetech website noted that attracting business to your state can be difficult in this economic climate. Investors are wary of diverging too far from the pack. State and local governments have a unique opportunity to help startups become the next Facebook or Google. Open data may be just what

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Open Data is re-Defining Government

Open Data is re-Defining Government

By • on June 16, 2013

The website Nextgov noted that the public sector in the 21st century gets a bad rap. But a new movement, spurred by digital and social activism, is taking root to renovate and redefine the public sector. This movement is based on democratizing the vast treasure trove of data that governments have accumulated

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