Welcome to PublicData.eu - Europe's Public Data - publicdata.eu. Energie, Agriculture, Environnement, Cartographie..etc. Culture. Economie. Démocratie & Gouvernement, #opengov. The Europe Roundup: Open Data in Progress. L’appel à projets européens « OpenData Proxima Mobile. Proxima Mobile: The European Portal of Mobile Services for Citizens. Open Data Proxima MobileEuropean Call for Proposals Launch: July 13, 2011 - deadline: October 5, 2011 Presentation In order to foster the development of pan-European mobile services, and especially those related to the promotion of European public data, the French Ministry of Industry, Energy and Digital Economy and the Ministry for Higher Education and Research are launching the Open Data Proxima Mobile call for European proposals.
It will be coordinated by the Delegation for Internet Uses (DIU), and it aims to help create applications and services for mobile devices, useful for European citizens as well as tourists visiting the European Union. This call for proposals will provide a financial support to innovative mobile applications or services based on public data sets made available by European public entities. Projects submitted to the call for proposals should be related to transportation, culture, tourism and the environment. How to apply 1. Download the proposal documents 2. 3. 1. 2. Stratégie numérique: valoriser les données des administrations publiques.
European Commission - Press release Digital Agenda: Turning government data into gold Brussels, 12 December 2011 – The Commission has launched an Open Data Strategy for Europe, which is expected to deliver a €40 billion boost to the EU's economy each year. Europe’s public administrations are sitting on a goldmine of unrealised economic potential: the large volumes of information collected by numerous public authorities and services.
Member States such as the United Kingdom and France are already demonstrating this value. The strategy to lift performance EU-wide is three-fold: firstly the Commission will lead by example, opening its vaults of information to the public for free through a new data portal. These actions position the EU as the global leader in the re-use of public sector information. Commission Vice President Neelie Kroes said: "We are sending a strong signal to administrations today. Introducing regulatory oversight to enforce these principles; Background More information: Neelie Kroes Vice President European Commission responsible for the Digital Agenda Opening up Europe: from Common Standards to Open Data OpenForum Europe Summit 2011, Brussels 22nd September 2011.
Neelie Kroes Vice President European Commission responsible for the Digital Agenda Opening up Europe: from Common Standards to Open Data OpenForum Europe Summit 2011, Brussels 22nd September 2011 Ladies and gentlemen, I am glad to be speaking here again; I'm on my way to becoming a regular at your Summits! Last year, at the 2010 Summit, I shared with you my ideas on interoperability and standards, and listed some key actions to put in place. Well, we have achieved a lot, but we haven't achieved everything: so here I am!