Open Data is a model to extract value from public sector information by using the data to build new tools and to create innovative service.
The most important data source is the Web Portal
promoted by Regione Piemonte in order to share data and information between all the regional public administrations.
It’s possible to find other data here:
Smart Data Platform
GeoPortal of Piedmont
Public Education Catalog
IOTnet – Internet of Things Network
GTFS Data Exchange – Stops & timetable of public transport
GeoPortal of Turin City
AperTo – Turin City
Linked Open Data
Fondazione Torino Musei
TOBIKE – Bike Sharing (updates in realtime)
The creation of projects that represent tha salient points of Campagna Amica circuit, in the province of Turin is required for the #COLturadigitale special price, launched by Coldiretti Torino and UE Coop.
You can find more information at the following links:
Farms and agritourism partecipant at Campagna Amica
Market of Campagna Amica managed by Coldiretti/Campagna Amica
Restaurants and pubs partecipant at Campagna Amica
(who make at least one dish with prevalence of products from Campagna Amica circuit)
— List of dataset links is continuously updated —
HOW TO USE OPEN DATA
Open Data are available in Open Format and they are released through free licenses.
The most important Open Data licenses are Creative Commons Licenses (CC) including:
— CC Zero Public Domain
— CC BY Include attribution of the original author
— CC SA Released under the same or similar license as the original
— CC BY-SA Include attribution of the original author and released under the same or similar license as the original.