Special Issue "Open Data for Open Cites (OD4OC): Reuse of Open Data through Spatial Analysis"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 1 September 2018
Prof. Marco Painho
Nova Information Management School, Universidade Nova de Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal
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Interests: geographical information systems and science; (spatial) decision support systems; (geographical) user generated content; spatial analysis; information infrastructures; smart cities; public participation
Prof. Pedro Cabral
We invite contributions that cover all aspect of the use of Open Data and geospatial analysis in fostering inclusive, resilient, open and sustainable communities.
The explosive growth of cities and the rapid expansion of broadband and data are intersecting at a time when the world faces serious challenges to achieving more sustainable development. Sensors and digital devices generate huge amount of data from which cities and governments can create indicators and learn new knowledge. Cities now have an important role to play in national and local open data initiatives. Data user communities are trying to tackle various urban challenges for many intermediaries that see open data as the key factor to improve their services. However, are cities ready to move forward in terms of open data? Are the current data user requirements taken into consideration in open data strategy? How are open data being used to make cities inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable?
Hence, we invite papers describing original work in any of the following areas, but not limited to:
- Urban Analytics
- Open data-driven initiatives for effective community collaboration
- The use of Open Data in Smart sustainable cities
- Frameworks for sustainable community engagement
- Reuse of open geographic data
- Impact of Open Data in cities
- Impact of Open Geographic Data
This Special Issue will contain extended versions of selected papers presented at AGILE 2018 pre-conference workshop titled Open Data for Open Cities (http://opendata4opencities.uji.es) held in Lund, Sweden, 12 June, 2018. AGILE 2018 is the annual international conference on Geographic Information Science.
Dr. Adeoluwa Akande
Dr. Fernando Benitez
Prof. Marco Painho
Prof. Joaquín Huerta
Prof. Pedro Cabral
Prof. Michael Gould
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- Open Data
- Open Cities
- Spatial Analysis
- Smart cities
- Open Government
- Impact of open data