Open data in museums
Can we consider a work of as a data? When talking about open data, we usually think of statistical, meteorological, geospatial data... but we do not have in mind a painting, a song or a book. Resources also susceptible to becoming open data. When we...
LINHD, an innovation laboratory that link humanities and technology
The opening of data related to academic and research work entails multiple advantages, such as the improvement of transparency, the possibilities of replicating studies to verify their validity or greater visibility and impact that boost the recognition...
Public-private data sharing models: the example of the International Data Spaces Association
The availability of quality data is an indispensable element in the growth path of new economies based on digital assets. However, the data alone is not enough. Sharing mechanisms are necessary to ensure a controlled custody chain. Having quality data...
Predictability and reuse of judicial decisions
The digital transformation is, without a doubt, one of the main challenges facing any public or private organization that intends to carry out its functions effectively in the current technological context. For public entities this requirement becomes an...
Data and Music
Music is a sensory expression of mathematics. Mathematics and technology are our main tools for data analysis so: music for my data. (The image on the right belongs to a score by John Andrew Buchanan (lyrics) and Henry Bernard Murtagh, (music) -...
Copernicus acceleration programs to boost businesses based on Earth observation data
COPERNICUS, the Earth observation program of the European Union, is the world's largest geospatial data provider, with a current production of twelve terabytes a day. The possible uses of this data, many of which are made available to citizens for free,...
Searching high-value data
The new Directive on the opening of data and the reuse of public sector information, which was adopted last June, will replace and improve the old Directive 2003/98 / EC on the reuse of public sector information. Among the most significant changes within...
Copernicus, the European Earth Observation Program
Geospatial data is one of the data categories most demanded by organizations, companies and citizens. The new European regulation on open data and reuse of public sector information considers them as high-value data, due to its ability to boost...
Examples of uncommon open data repositories
Beyond public administrations, libraries, museums and cultural foundations data, the interest in open data knows no borders. We invite you to discover it in this post. Normally, the concept of open data is associated with those repositories managed by...
The agroclimatic information system for irrigation (SiAR)
The data generated by the agroclimatic stations maintained by the different public administrations and integrated into the Agroclimatic Information System for Irrigation (SiAR) generate valuable open data sets for the agricultural sector. These data,...