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Workshop on Sustainable Open Data Business Models for NMCAs


2nd February 2022 @ 1:00 pm - 3rd February 2022 @ 1:30 pm CET


This joint Eurogeographics and EuroSDR event, aimed to assess the impacts of open data policies on the business models of NMCAs and which adaptations have been made to cope with revenue losses due to open data supply. The workshop’s objective was also to identify trends as a repetition (in a barometer survey approach) of a research action led in 2017 by EuroSDR and TU Delft. This workshop brought together the NMCAs, researchers and policy makers to present, discuss and share their experiences of open data.

Agenda and workshop concept note can be found here.

Presentation of results on Open Data Questionnaire

Frédéric Cantat, EuroSDR

The EU’s Open Data policy in 2022

Jiri Pilar, DG CONNECT, European Commission

A Pathway Towards a Sustainable Open Data ECOsystem

Bastiaan van Loenen, Delft University

Evolution of IGN France’s Business and Funding Model with the Introduction of Open Data

Clement Godin,  IGN France

Impact Open Data in the organisation  – Experience from Denmark

Peter Knudsen, SDFE Denmark

Business Models for Open Data (ecosystems)

Frederika Welle Donker, Delft University of Technology

Assessing Open Data Mediated Transparency – Empirical Analysis of the Datasets shared by the Italian Municipalities

Caterina Santoro, KU Leuven

Business Models in Practice – Example from Spanish Cadaster

Amalia Velasco, Spanish Cadaster

Open Data Business Model: Transition, Sustainability and Growth:. A work in progress for Ordnance Survey Ireland

Hugh Mangan, Ordnance Survey Ireland

Responding to the Challenges of Open Data in Great Britain

Clare Hadley, Ordnance Survey, Great Britain

Open Geospatial Data – Experience from Poland

Anna Bober,  Head Office for Geodesy & Cartography

Kadaster and Open Data – Experiences & Challenges

Dick Eertink, Kadaster Netherlands



2nd February 2022 @ 1:00 pm CET
3rd February 2022 @ 1:30 pm CET