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'Open Government Data': based Business Models : a market consultation on the relationship with government in the case of mobility and route-planning applications

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This paper explores the business potential of open government data in the domain of mobility. Open data is often touted as the go-to policy for government to pursue, but the actual returns of following such a strategy remain somewhat illusive and anecdotic. Based on a research project subsidised by the Flemish Department of Mobility and Public Works, this paper presents the results of a market consultation with diverse stakeholders. The goal is to better understand the attitudes, bottlenecks, expectations and requirements related to open data of market stakeholders, so that the government can devise strategies that support sustainable open data initiatives and its policy goals at the same time. The paper offers a framework towards analysing this. It concludes that structural and iterative dialogue is desirable, both from the perspective of the market and government, but that this perhaps obvious key component is often overlooked.
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Business Models, Open Data, Route-planning, Government, Mobility

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Walravens, Nils, Mathias Van Compernolle, Pieter Colpaert, Peter Mechant, Pieter Ballon, and Erik Mannens. 2016. “‘Open Government Data’: Based Business Models : a Market Consultation on the Relationship with Government in the Case of Mobility and Route-planning Applications.” In Proceedings of the 13th International Joint Conference on e-Business and Telecommunications, ed. Christian Callegari, Marten van Sinderen, Panagiotis Sarigiannidis, Pierangela Samarati, Enrique Cabello, Pascal Lorenz, and Mohammad S Obaidat, 2:64–71.
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Walravens, Nils, Van Compernolle, M., Colpaert, P., Mechant, P., Ballon, P., & Mannens, E. (2016). “Open Government Data”: based Business Models : a market consultation on the relationship with government in the case of mobility and route-planning applications. In C. Callegari, M. van Sinderen, P. Sarigiannidis, P. Samarati, E. Cabello, P. Lorenz, & M. S. Obaidat (Eds.), Proceedings of the 13th International Joint Conference on e-Business and Telecommunications (Vol. 2, pp. 64–71). Presented at the 13th International Joint Conference on e-Business and Telecommunications.
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Walravens N, Van Compernolle M, Colpaert P, Mechant P, Ballon P, Mannens E. “Open Government Data”: based Business Models : a market consultation on the relationship with government in the case of mobility and route-planning applications. In: Callegari C, van Sinderen M, Sarigiannidis P, Samarati P, Cabello E, Lorenz P, et al., editors. Proceedings of the 13th International Joint Conference on e-Business and Telecommunications. 2016. p. 64–71.
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Walravens, Nils, Mathias Van Compernolle, Pieter Colpaert, et al. “‘Open Government Data’: Based Business Models : a Market Consultation on the Relationship with Government in the Case of Mobility and Route-planning Applications.” Proceedings of the 13th International Joint Conference on e-Business and Telecommunications. Ed. Christian Callegari et al. Vol. 2. 2016. 64–71. Print.
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  abstract     = {This paper explores the business potential of open government data in the domain of mobility. Open data is often touted as the go-to policy for government to pursue, but the actual returns of following such a strategy remain somewhat illusive and anecdotic. Based on a research project subsidised by the Flemish Department of Mobility and Public Works, this paper presents the results of a market consultation with diverse stakeholders. The goal is to better understand the attitudes, bottlenecks, expectations and requirements related to open data of market stakeholders, so that the government can devise strategies that support sustainable open data initiatives and its policy goals at the same time. The paper offers a framework towards analysing this. It concludes that structural and iterative dialogue is desirable, both from the perspective of the market and government, but that this perhaps obvious key component is often overlooked.},
  author       = {Walravens, Nils and Van Compernolle, Mathias and Colpaert, Pieter and Mechant, Peter and Ballon, Pieter and Mannens, Erik},
  booktitle    = {Proceedings of the 13th International Joint Conference on e-Business and Telecommunications},
  editor       = {Callegari, Christian and van Sinderen, Marten and Sarigiannidis, Panagiotis  and Samarati, Pierangela  and Cabello, Enrique  and Lorenz, Pascal  and Obaidat, Mohammad S},
  isbn         = {978-989-758-196-0},
  keyword      = {Business Models,Open Data,Route-planning,Government,Mobility},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Lisbon, Portugal},
  pages        = {64--71},
  title        = {'Open Government Data': based Business Models : a market consultation on the relationship with government in the case of mobility and route-planning applications},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.5220/0005948300640071},
  volume       = {2},
  year         = {2016},
}

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