Learn and engage with open data


Open Data Institute

Open data is data that is made available by organisations, businesses and individuals for anyone to access, use and share. It has the power to transform and create a better future for everyone.

The Open Data Institute (ODI) Queensland aims to connect, equip and inspire Australians to innovate with data. Established in December 2014, ODI Queensland’s mission is to catalyse open data for the benefit of everyone.

Do you want to be a part of the open data movement? Attend these Open Data Institute (ODI) Queensland events in June.

ODI Connect – Queensland Globe
Thursday 15 June 2017, 4:30-6pm
Stair Stadium, The Precinct:  Level 2, TCB, 315 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley

Steve Jacoby, Executive Director, Land and Spatial Information, Department of Natural Resources and Mines will share cutting edge insights into the new features of Queensland Globe, one of Queensland’s most inspirational examples of the power of open data. Augmented reality and virtual reality will be used to show the ways in which data can be combined and synthesised for use in the real world. Bring your device and be part of a live demonstration using the HoloLens! Register now.

Data to drive innovation and advance business
Friday 16 June 2017, 9-12pm
The Precinct, Level 2, TCB, 315 Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley.

The Queensland Government has asked us to help identify high-value government data sets in key industry areas: agriculture, tourism, mining, construction, education and training, technology and research, health and justice. This is a golden opportunity for you to let the Queensland Government know which of its public data will deliver most value if published. Come and have your say! Register now.



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