Zero impact with big data: 3 key factors

2021, March. The ability to manage big data is based on three key factors: technologies for collection and analysis; methodologies to ensure that data are open, accessible by software, according to national and European guidelines; new services that represent a value not only for those who provide them but also for those who benefit from them.

Big data, their aggregation from unrelated heterogeneous sources and the ability to create connections and interactions enable Public Administrations to make decisions whose effects are measurable and shared. The adopted approach and the technological choices play a decisive role here and now.

Read the article of Luigi Zanella, Head of Business Development & Innovation di Dedagroup Public Services on BigData4Innovation webzine (Italy)

Use Case

Reggio Emilia Italy

Italian use case

The Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance together with the Agency for Digital Italy will leverage the Interlink platform and its components to co-create a new module with Reggio Emilia city for a Joint Strategic Planning between central and local Public Bodies.


Latvian use case

The goal of the Latvian Ministry of Environmental Protection and Regional Development Customer Service Centers’ use case is to test sharing service delivery with third parties to improve public services.

Zaragoza city

Spanish use case

Zaragoza will adopt the Interlink governance framework to widen Open Innovation within the city. The framework and set of enablers made available within Interlink will provide holistic support for sustainable Open Innovation in the co-creation and co-delivery of services.