Dipartimento di Informatica, Università di Salerno.
Associate professor of Computer Science, co-directs the ISISLab at the Computer Science Department of University of Salerno since 1996. It is the author of more than 160 papers on Distributed and Collaborative systems, Open Data and Virtual Reality, and has coordinated the EU H2020 project ROUTE-TO-PA (www.routetopa.eu).
Speeches di Vittorio Scarano
Reusing Open Data: how to make a difference
Open Data is a powerful tool to guarantee transparency and citizen access to (governmental) data. But, the field has been suffering by the lack of semi-automated ways to reuse Open data for citizens that are non extremely proficient in data science. We present our first experiences with the "reuselets", automated ways of building, from open datasets, interactive graphs for inclusion on websites, 3d interactive virtual reconstructions for "visiting" the data "museum", printing them out, etc.
Several examples from the Hetor project on Open Data for Cultural Heritage will be brought and presented, and a generic architecture to further augment the possibilities of reuselets are presented (see www.hetor.it)
Government, Data journalism, Open data, Digital Humanities, Education, Data Visualization