The UrbanData2Decide project aims to extract and process information from two rich sources, namely public social media and open data libraries.

This information, combined with advice from expert panels, will support local governments towards a holistic, sustainable and well-founded decision-making process which takes into account the views and perspectives of all relevant stakeholders. The chief aim of this project is to develop new methods to combine existing big data pools and expert knowledge into one optimal framework to support holistic decision making for urban management.


UrbanData2Decide – Integrated data visualisation and decision making solutions to forecast and manage complex urban challenges
Duration: 2014–2016
Internet: www.urbandata2decide.eu
Contact: Alessio Bertone, SYNYO GmbH
E-mail: alessio.bertone@synyo.com
Budget: 1.138.202 EUR
Partners: University of Oxford, Oxford Internet Institute, Malmö University, Open Data Institute, IT University of Copenhagen, Software Development Group, ZSI Centre for Social Innovation, SYNYO GmbH, Research and Development Department




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