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The effect of lowering PSI charges

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<ul><li>1.Ministry of Housing, Urban and Rural AffairsThe Effect of Lowering PSI Charges A Case Study - Danish ExperiencesMorten Lind (mli@mbbl.dk)</li></ul> <p>2. Introduction Ministry of Housing, Urban and Rural AffairsPhoto is not from of the actual incident ePSI Platform 16-03-2012 Effects of Lowering PSI Charges - a DK Case2 3. Introduction Ministry of Housing, Urban and Rural Affairs Dirt road not in GPS!GPS NavMap is not from the actual incidentFire engine here!ePSI Platform 16-03-2012 Effects of Lowering PSI Charges - a DK Case 3 4. Introduction Ministry of Housing, Urban and Rural AffairsPhoto is not from of the actual incident ePSI Platform 16-03-2012 Effects of Lowering PSI Charges - a DK Case4 5. Introduction Ministry of Housing, Urban and Rural Affairs Dirt road is in publicbase map (PSI)!Map is not from the actual incidentePSI Platform 16-03-2012 Effects of Lowering PSI Charges - a DK Case 6 6. Ministry of Housing, Urban and Rural AffairsLesson learnt?Poor re-use of public sector information causes: Insufficient commercial products/services (e.g. GPS) Reduced efficiency in public services (e.g. emergency) Loss of assets and potentially also health and lives And and ePSI Platform 16-03-2012 Effects of Lowering PSI Charges - a DK Case7 7. Ministry of Housing, Urban and Rural AffairsCase Study on DK Address Data 8. Ministry of Housing, Urban and Rural AffairsAddress data collected &amp; harmonized 1996-2001Mun StrC AdNo X-coord. Y-coord. Arc.--- ---- ---- -------,-- -------,-- -----619 4605 _17A 248.510,45 153.345,08 175,0SuburbanRural CityePSI Platform 16-03-2012 Effects of Lowering PSI Charges - a DK Case9 9. Ministry of Housing, Urban and Rural AffairsDeadlock situation Faced in 2002Situation: State of the art address data, 97 % with HQ geo codes Very large potential for use; Could be joined with data from otherpublic base registries Large user demand from: emergency, police, county administration,transport sector, utilities, health sector But: Data owned by 275 individual municipalities; no common licenseagreement or data distributionTherefore: Almost no re-use of data outside municipalities; but competingprivate sector collections/datasetsePSI Platform 16-03-2012 Effects of Lowering PSI Charges - a DK Case10 10. Ministry of Housing, Urban and Rural Affairs2002: Free of Charge Data Agreement Prepared by DK eGov Taskforce Covered full public/private sector re-use of address data Available at marginal costs of distribution No license fee or similar charging based on IPR Re-distribution for commercial andDecember 2002: non-commercial purposes The data agreement announced,ePSI Platform 16-03-2012Effects of Lowering PSI Charges - a DK Case 11 11. Ministry of Housing, Urban and Rural AffairsPurpose of Agreement ResearchHealth care E-Government Local GovernmentDigital mappingUtilities Energy, Environment Transport servicesPostal servicesEmergency servicesMobile services, GPS x1000 Common base for re-use and application developmentx1AddrOfficial address file maintained by the municipalitiesePSI Platform 16-03-2012 Effects of Lowering PSI Charges - a DK Case 12 12. Ministry of Housing, Urban and Rural AffairsExpected Impact of AgreementPSI addressdata re-useBestFutureBetterGoodStart Average200020052010 2015 ePSI Platform 16-03-2012Effects of Lowering PSI Charges - a DK Case13 13. Ministry of Housing, Urban and Rural Affairs 2010: Assessment of Value for SocietyPSI addressdata re-useBestFutureBetter Direct, measurable economic benefitsGood Zerofirst five years:Start &gt;60 mill. EUR Average200020052010 2015 ePSI Platform 16-03-2012Effects of Lowering PSI Charges - a DK Case14 14. Ministry of Housing, Urban and Rural AffairsThe PSI Benefit FlowRe-distributionEnd users Municipalities ADDRCentral hub Distribution withoutIPR restrictions Reuse/sharing without licenserestrictions2nd level 3rd4th 5thNth ePSI Platform 16-03-2012 Effects of Lowering PSI Charges - a DK Case15 15. Ministry of Housing, Urban and Rural Affairs Details of Assessment for 2010 Direct, measurable economic benefits from re-use of PSI address data in 2010: ~ 14 mill. EUR (~ 6 EUR / address) Cost of data agreement 2010: ~ 0.2 mill. EUR (~ 0,09 EUR / address) In 2010 the ROI seems to be ~ 70 : 1 Extra Results confirmed and extended by employees the 2011 EC POPSIS report in private sector Add tax revenueePSI Platform 16-03-2012 Effects of Lowering PSI Charges - a DK Case16 16. Ministry of Housing, Urban and Rural AffairsSocio Economic Benefits of PSI re-useProvides PSI Reuses PSIfor re-use and Providesinfrastructure Public sectorPrivate Delivers tax sectorrevenue which develops underpins PS efficiency products and services ePSI Platform 16-03-2012 Effects of Lowering PSI Charges - a DK Case 17 17. Ministry of Housing, Urban and Rural AffairsBusiness Opportunities in PSI Re-useCourtesy ofGrontmij Morten Lind - mli@mbbl.dkMinistry of Housing, Urban and Rural Affairs, Denmark (MBBL) Effects of Lowering PSI Charges - a DK Case18 </p>