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The value of real-time data through a practical example
Life happens in real time and much of our life, today, takes place in the digital world. Data, our data, is the representation of how we live hybrid experiences between the physical and the virtual. If we want to know what is happening around us, we must...
New initiatives to open and harness data for health research
In recent months there have been a number of important announcements related to the construction and exploitation of infrastructures and datasets related to health research. These initiatives aim to make data a vital part of a health system that is...
How is open data used in the health and welfare sector?
In the last year, we have seen how decisions on health matters have marked the political, social and economic agenda of our country, due to the global pandemic situation resulting from COVID-19. Decisions taken on the basis of public data on cumulative...
Re-use of open data in public administrations
Open data is a source of information for the development of smart services, as well as for decision-making and policy-making. It is therefore not surprising that an increasing number of public bodies, in addition to opening data - for reuse by others and...
9 examples of how open data can make it easier to access housing
Did you know that opening information in sectors such as housing can help you find your new home? Moving house is not usually an easy decision and some doubts may arise, such as whether it is more profitable to buy or rent, what services are available in...
The benefits of publishing open mobility data in cities
Mobility is a key economic driver. Increasing the efficiency and quality of a country's mobility system contributes both to the strength of its economy and to improving the quality of life of its citizens. This is particularly important in the mobility...
Open data reuse in journalism: a window to new business models and communities
We recently reflected on the rise of data journalism in the media, a discipline that is becoming increasingly important. Through technologies and tools linked to data, this journalistic modality makes it possible to offer readers more documented,...
How open data can contribute to the circular economy
More than 2.5 billion tonnes. That is the amount of waste that, according to the European Union, is produced every year in the EU - although the specific figure is from 2016 -, with the consequent danger to the environment and our own future. This...
Open data in the teaching-learning process
Open data is an increasingly used resource for the training of students at different stages of the education system and for the continuous training of professionals from all sectors. There is already little doubt about the growing importance of all the...
Open data use cases to care for the environment and fight climate change
Climate change, air pollution and sea pollution. These are the 3 main environmental problems for Spanish citizens according to the latest Eurobarometer "Attitudes of European citizens towards the Environment", published in March 2020. The survey also...