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BUILDING CITY DASHBOARDS

This project will address how to build more extensive and effective city dashboards. It will tackle three sets of fundamental problems: data issues; visualisation/interaction issues; and analytics/modelling issues. It will use the solutions to undertake applied research that significantly extends the Dublin Dashboard through the development and testing of a new suite of querying, modelling and prediction/simulation modules and novel forms of multimedia interaction, including virtual reality, the projection of data onto architectural models, and converting data into audio-textual forms. This testbed will provide a template to develop, implement and test a Cork Dashboard and influence dashboard development globally.

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THE BLOG


3D Data Hack and the release of the Dublin Docklands 3D Model as Open Data

Last month Dublin held its first 3D Data Hackathon over the weekend of the 11th and 12th of May 2019. The 3D model of the Dublin Docklands SDZ (Strategic Development Zone) that provided the core dataset for the event has now been released to the public as open data on Dublin’s Open Data portal Dublinked.   These events are the culmination of a process which began at the end of August 2018 with the release

Artist Collaborations

The SFI funded project, Building City Dashboards, is pleased to announce collaborations with media artists Conor McGarrigle, Cordula Hansen, and Jeffrey Weeter to create digital artworks using open data from the Dublin and Cork dashboards (http://www.dublindashboard.ie/ and http://www.corkdashboard.ie). The goal of this initiative is to explore and expand multimodal creative expression in the digital space using open urban data and to extend the work of the dashboards' visualizations as well as the public impact of

 

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THE DUBLIN DASHBOARD

The Dublin Dashboard provides citizens, public sector workers and companies with real-time information, time-series indicator data, and interactive maps about all aspects of the city. It enables users to gain detailed, up-to-date intelligence about the city that aids everyday decision making and fosters evidence-informed analysis.

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THE CORK DASHBOARD

The Cork Dashboard was launched by our team in December 2017 and builds on lessons learned from Dublin.

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INTERNATIONAL DASHBOARDS

The dashboards below are not linked to this project however they show different examples of city dashboards internationally.

 

USEFUL LINKS

To find out more about institutes and research groups carrying out similar or complimentary work click below.

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Building City Dashboards

Iontas Building

Maynooth University

Maynooth

Co. Kildare

IRELAND

T: 00 353 (1) 708 6146

E: dashboards [at] mu.ie

Ireland has topped EU's #OpenData Maturity Index for an incredible 3 years in a row! 2017/2018/2019 @Derilinx is delighted to support @GovDataIE in ensuring Ireland leads in #OpenData policy, portal, impact & quality @EU_DataPortal https://t.co/lCeKOVSsJi https://t.co/kGRSumDqEX

This is an incredible achievement for the Irish #OpenData Initiative, ranking 3rd in the 2019 @OECDgov Open Useful Re-usable data (OURdata) Index, up from 17th in the last survey in 2017. @derilinx is very proud to support the @GovDataIE team and portal https://t.co/h20f3OmXR1 https://t.co/MalM62TRFN

Today is #WorldCitiesDay!

Cork has demonstrated its growing and innovative spirit and we look forward to continuing our sustainable development hand in hand with our citizenry!

Do you have any idea for Cork’s improvement? Let us know!

#SmartCity #CitizenParticipation

Find out more about our project’s contribution to #OpenData for Arts, Heritage and Culture with @Virt_Arch alongside other great projects at Ireland’s recent Open Data Impact event.

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Read all about our 4th #ODImpact session around #OpenData for Arts, Heritage & Culture https://t.co/OQghTuNqBv Thanks again to all panelists @GovDataIE 3

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