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Publication: Information reuse in Smart cities’ ecosystems in scientific journal

December 2, 2015 / maestro / opendata

Smart cities are service providers as well as sources of public data. The reuse of cities’ data through the application of technology enables the creation of innovative services for citizens. Apps, developed by reusing information, are considered a key indicator for the creation of services. This paper explores the main characteristics of these apps and […]

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My presentation for SEDIC 2015

November 12, 2015 / maestro / Uncategorized

On November 12nd I have been presenting MELODA talking about information reuse and collaborative economy on XVII SEDIC sessions. Find here the presentation. 20151113 jornadas-sociedad-informacion-biblioteca-nacional aag-v01 from Alberto Abella 20151113-JORNADAS-SOCIEDAD-INFORMACION-BIBLIOTECA-NACIONAL_AAG_V01

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How are we working to improve life in our cities?

November 3, 2015 / maestro / Uncategorized

This is the presentation of my speech at La casa encendida. Past present and future of the relation between citizens and cities. and how can cities can be understood as digital ecosystems. New trends in citizen experience and open government. Together with : Peter Harper, Head of Research and Innovation at the Centre for Alternative […]

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My presentation in congreso Amigos 2015

October 2, 2015 / maestro / Uncategorized

Presentation about the economic impact of open data in libraries in the congress amigos 2015 held in mexico DF on the 1-2 october 2015. download here You can find information about how libraries are going to evolve, Why should be involved into open data movement, some factors affecting reuse of information and how to create […]

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The Ecosystem of Services Around Smart Cities: An Exploratory Analysis

September 18, 2015 / maestro / Uncategorized

Publication of data from smart cities is nurturing a growing ecosystem providing added value services to the surrounding society. The open collaboration between ecosystem’s actors (citizens, businesses, organizations and the city managers) allows the development of new data-driven services. Therefore, data of interest for the ecosystem’s actors is key for the reusability of the released […]

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