Final event and presentation of results from the EU H2020 ROUTE-TO-PA project Tuesday April 17th, 2018 Consiglio Regionale della Campania, Centro Direzionale di Napoli, Isola F 13 Napoli (Italy) The Conference, organized by the Department of Computer Science of the University of Salerno in collaboration with the Presidency of the Regional Council, represents the […]
In this ROUTETOPA case study series, we shine a light on public administrations, organizations and communities that have adopted and are using ROUTETOPA tools for work and discussions around open data This case study narrative was written by Hetor Pilot’s Carmen Luciano, Vanja Annunziata, Maria Anna Ambrosino and Gianluca Santangelo. Italy has a long Cultural tradition and […]
We present to you the latest updates pertaining to ROUTE-TO-PA The new version 2.8 of the Social Platform for Open Data (SPOD). Our SPOD allows easy discussions, effective co-creation and smooth social interactions around Open Data. In particular, SPOD 2.8 offers: Mobile SPOD app: the new version (v. 1.3.0) introduces the social activities of the What’s […]
With the aim to encourage, inform and engage citizens and residents on services and issues in their local areas, RouteToPA project and Smart Dublin launched “Pin it in the Parks”. Ever wondered if there are tennis courts or exercise machines in the parks near you? What about playgrounds or skate parks or even historical monuments? A four […]
In this ROUTETOPA case study series, we shine a light on public administrations, organizations and communities that have adopted and are using ROUTETOPA tools for work and discussions around open data This case study narrative was written by Prato Pilot’s Elena Palmisano. Prato is the second largest city in Tuscany, with a population of about 190,000 inhabitants, […]
What is Route-to-PA?The ROUTE-TO-PA project – Raising Open and User-friendly Transparency-Enabling Technologies fOr Public Administrations – aims at improving the engagement of citizens by making them able to socially interact over open data, by forming or joining existing online communities that share common interest and discuss common issues.
MissionOur main purpose here is to engage citizens through a “purposeful and personalized relationship” between citizens and Open Data, not seen only as one between government and individual citizens but between government and networks of citizens that collectively attribute meanings to this information. The information by ROUTE-TO-PA is shared, interpreted, personalized, made easier to understand and discussed to assess its meanings.
- Develop a Social Platform for Open Data (SPOD) enabling social interactions among open data users and between open data users and government data;
- Build Transparency-Enhancing Toolset (TET) as extensions for existing major Open Data Platforms;
- Develop a set of recommendations (GUIDE) as good practice guide for open data publishers for achieving higher quality transparency through open data.