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Italy’s Open Data Hub vision is to collect actors and stakeholders interested to support Data Economy, to support municipalities and other Public Administration in the production and sharing of quality dataset as OD/LOD, also by the realization and sharing of a specific information kit, to provide services for entrepreneurial initiatives based on the use of OD/LOD and to strengthen the local economy. Also to provide services to citizens, to SME’s/ start ups, researchers.

Services provided to the Hub members:

  • Technical Seminars focusing on latest development in Open Data
  • Local Capacity building training seminars
  • Local Technical seminars
  • Funding opportunities (also related to ERDF ROP of Veneto Region)
  • International events

Sector of Focus: Green Growth, Cultural and Creative Industries

Geographical Scope: Regional


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Ppr - Torino e centri di I-II-III rango (tav. P4)

Il dato, puntuale, classifica i centri piemontesi in 4 ranghi di tipo storico, distinguendo: Torino, centri di I rango (citta capitali e dominanti, sedi diocesane, centri amministrativi), centri di II rango (centri amministrativi e di mercato di rilievo subregionale, centri riconosciuti quali citta in antico regime e sino al postunitario, centri a specializzazione funzionale di rilevanza regionale), centri di III rango (centri con forte identita morfologica, centri di riconoscibile complessita funzionale, centri specializzati di rilevanza subregionale, insediamenti abbandonati noti attraverso indagini archeologiche)

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Piemont, Italy
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