Open-DAI is “Opening Data Architectures and Infrastructures” for European Public Administrations. It is a project funded under the ICT Policy Support Programme as part of the Competitiveness and Innovation framework Programme (CIP) Call 2011.
The Open-DAI project runs from 2012 through 2014. Eleven partners from four European countries — Italy, Spain, Sweden and Turkey — work together for enabling public administrations to:
- Open data to a wide audience of potential users through an open data hub. This lets us correlate data and potentially implement new digital public services.
- Evolve information systems toward an open model with a Service Oriented Architecture in order to overcome the current closed and monolithic structures.
- Host services in a scalable cloud infrastructure.
Innovation, business opportunities and digital services are the three goals that drive Open-DAI.
|WP2 System and Architecture specification|
|WP3 Data assessment and specification|
|WP4 System/Platform implementation|
|WP5 Pilot Development|
|WP6 Services Development, implementation and testing|
|WP8 Impact Evaluation and Exploitation|