DEAS

Data Economy Alps Strategy to stimulate participation competitiveness and new business in Alpine Space

Process with SMEs

SMEs and start-ups will benefit of Application Programming Interface (API) that will allow the access to good quantity and quality of Open Data(OD) available for the development of innovative services on the strategic sectors of mobility/transport, tourism&culture and environment.  DEAS Platform, APIs and new services&products will be main outcome of DEAS Project.

Additionally, SMEs and start-ups will be involved via a bottom-up approached (transnational working groups) to support the definition of the kind of competence required by the institutions in charge to assist them.

Process with intermediary organizations and service Providers

Local agencies, private experts, etc will be involved in the project both to increase their competence and to assist user for the exploitation of Open Data. Thanks to a toolset and a training package, the competence of Partners’ employees and other agencies to assist SMEs and start-ups will be increased. The impact of OD exploitation on business models, marketing strategies and financial&funding opportunities will be trained and a toolset able to provide necessary instruments to assist users will contribute to the transition to the Data Economy in the Alpine Area.

All actors involved with the activities will invited to join the working groups that will support the project and will be invited to join the DEAS Federation, to continue working on OD exploitation and to assist users for concrete innovations addressed to services and products. 

Process with Public Actors and Policy makers

Data Economy and particularly Open Data shall be seen as an opportunity for growth and for improving living conditions. DEAS Project will contribute to raise the knowledge and the awareness by Public Actors and will provide them with necessary instruments to plan dedicated financial schemes to support local actions and to strengthen the impact of the Data Economy in the Alpine Space area. Public actors will be involved through local working groups and will be addressed by training activities and co-creation processes.