Leveraging the power of location information and technologies to improve public services at the local level

: state of the art report

Autor(es):
Barker, Luisa
Comisión Europea Centro Común de Investigación
Series JRC Technical ReportsEditor: Luxembourg : Publications Office of the European Union, 2021Descripción: 139 p. : gráf. ; 1 documento PDFTipo de contenido: texto (visual)
Tipo de medio: electrónico
Tipo de soporte: recurso en línea
ISBN: 978-92-76-41900-6 (PDF); 978-92-76-41899-3 (print)Serie normalizada: JRC Technical ReportsTema(s): Políticas públicas digitales | Datos abiertos | datos | tecnologías de ubicación | transformación digital | integración de datos | UE | servicio público | turismo | transporteRecursos en línea: Acceso al documento Resumen: Location data and technologies are a foundational component and driver of digital transformation. They can be leveraged to provide policy assessments, digital services and applications for public administrations, businesses and citizens. Location data and technology plays an important role in facilitating data integration, enabling data-driven decision making on where and why things happen and easing communication through intuitive visualisations. However, there are persistent challenges that need to be tackled to realise the benefits of effectively using location data and technology in local and regional governments across the European Union (EU) and creating scalable and replicable high-impact solutions. It is within this context that this study takes place as part of the European Location Interoperability Solutions for e-Government (ELISE) ISA2 Action. This report provides an overview of state of the art applications of location data and technology to improve public services, focused specifically on local and regional governments. This report is part of the broader ELISE Lot 1 Project, which aims to provide knowledge and tools to enhance the quality of public services offered by sub-national governments by the meaningful and innovative use of location data and technology.
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Location data and technologies are a foundational component and driver of digital transformation. They can be leveraged to provide policy assessments, digital services and applications for public administrations, businesses and citizens. Location data and technology plays an important role in facilitating data integration, enabling data-driven decision making on where and why things happen and easing communication through intuitive visualisations. However, there are persistent challenges that need to be tackled to realise the benefits of effectively using location data and technology in local and regional governments across the European Union (EU) and creating scalable and replicable high-impact solutions. It is within this context that this study takes place as part of the European Location Interoperability Solutions for e-Government (ELISE) ISA2 Action. This report provides an overview of state of the art applications of location data and technology to improve public services, focused specifically on local and regional governments. This report is part of the broader ELISE Lot 1 Project, which aims to provide knowledge and tools to enhance the quality of public services offered by sub-national governments by the meaningful and innovative use of location data and technology.

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