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Francis Kaell

Francis Kaell

Open Data

Nina Burmeister

Nina Burmeister

Policy

Letting citizens and businesses tap into a wealth of information so that everyone wins.

Innovation grows from information. New ideas, solutions and services spring up from free public access to a wealth of data. Mobility mapping, satellite images or country statistics will plant the seeds for more than a few great ideas. Data in a vacuum has no value, but pass it to a curious mind and it’s a goldmine, as long as the right framework is in place. Luxembourg has defined guidelines that protect and promote the publication and reuse of public data.

Unlock data, unleash potential

Data is knowledge and knowledge is power, so it’s not a stretch to say that open data empowers citizens. The application of that data by third parties triggers economic growth and innovation while boosting transparency in the public sector.