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PILOT A

Under the HOMER project, the Pilot A aims to stimulate the development of digital applications, by exploiting public datasets opened and federated. In this sense a hackathon, Hack4Med, was held 17th and 18th of May 2014.

Further information: http://hack4med.homerproject.eu/

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PILOT B

In order to improve acces to public data, within HOMER project, the Pilot Project B is investigating and experimenting on how the great majority of people, thanks to open data, can bring their contribution to improve quality of life in their territory, through their participation in the definition of projects or policies and the co-elaboration of new applications.

7 partners are involved in this task:

AGAPA (Andalusia. Spain): AGAPA has worked in the agrifood sector in Andalusia, specially with traditional and local food, involving small traditional industries, which have problems to integrate in modern channels of distribution. View more >

Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur Region, FING and AVITEM (Marseille. France): The French partnership has been developping two projects, one related to the accessibility of disabled persons to bus stops, while the second one aims to create an interactive bycicle mapping, which will be used within negotiations about cycling facilities with decision-makers.
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Local Councils’ Association of Malta (Malta): the Local Government Association has organised two events in order to enhance citizens’ participation in the Open Data process in Malta. The first event was targeted at all those who would like to learn about OD and contribute with ideas of how OD can be used and what more information is needed. The second event was a follow up of the creative workshop where the participants could actually put their ideas into practice. It took place in the form of a hackathon, entitled Hack4Malta.
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Geodetic Institute of Slovenia (Slovenia): Two workhops were organized by the Geodetic Institute of Slovenia in May 2013, and entitled "Opening the research and spatial data in Slovenia". These workshops aimed to develop geo-services with open spatial data, and demonstrate the potential of interdisciplinary cooperation between professionals and the general public (“citizens”) in the development of new geo -services with the use of open spatial data of the public sector.
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SARGA (Aragon. Spain): With regards to pilot B, Sarga chose to create a new tool capable of providing common among Aragon municipalities: an Aragopedia including information on agriculture, environment and tourism. That tool aims to involve civil society and local authorities by providing them open data. The first event was held in July within the activities of the Summer University of Jaca, moment in which the task force was created. That task force worked since then and managed to present the tool on 6 February 2014, at an event that counted with a massive presence.
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SBLA (Cyprus): Sewerage Board of Limassol Amathus (SBLA) chose the topic of the pilot B which is the environment. SBLA chose to focus on the environment sector because is active in this sector and is in line with its institutional strategy and mission.
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University of Crete (Greece): University of Crete wanted to give a chance to citizens to participate in the public sphere and improve quality of life as well as offered services in the Region of Crete with reference to the themes of tourism, rural tourism and culture.
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