The city of Helsinki in Finland is progressively making more of its data, APIs and software source code publicly available, in tandem with the city’s growing number of open source software
Over the last six years, hundreds of datasets have been published on the open data portal of the Helsinki Metropolitan Area
Overcoming laws and languages, public administrations start sharing and reusing ICT solutions
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The European Investment Bank (EIB), the non-profit lending institution of the European Union, will
Oskari, the online geographic map-building tool that was originally developed by the National Land Survey of Finland, is joining the OSGeo foundation, hoping to become one of the world’s st
EC updates DESI - digital ranking of Member States
When it comes to digitisation of public services, Europe’s top-three Member States are Estonia, Finland and the Nethe
The City of Turku has shared the source codes for the Turku.fi and the munpalvelut.fi online services and most recently the source codes for the furniture recycling system.
In Finland, diverse information resources are provided as open data, from geodata to weather, climate, sea, soil related, transport, financial, statistical and cultural data.
Over the last five years, more than 1200 datasets have been published on the open data portal of Greater Helsinki
The United Kingdom and Finland are Europe’s eGovernment leaders, according to the United Nations Public Administration Network (UNPAN) 2016 UN eGovernment Survey.
Helsinki celebrates the fifth anniversary of Helsinki Region Infoshare (HRI), a European Open Data portal pioneer.
The city of Helsinki organised a hackathon where developers used Open Data to build applications and tools to enhance open democracy.