Open Data Technologies
“We cannot build knowledge without data, there is no new knowledge without knowledge!”

Open Data Management System

Data creates value over and over as long as it is processed and made sense of in machine-readable form.

And this value enables opportunities for successful governance and service improvement, economic added value, employment and cost reduction, participation and innovation, transparency and accountability, for both the public and private sectors, with our Open Data Management System.

In addition, our data-based analytics and insight consultancies enable you to make the right strategic decisions.

Database Analysis
It covers the stages of analysis and design of the current data collection, processing and use processes of the relevant institution, metadata definition and determination of flowing data standards.

Data Anonymization and Masking
As a result of the needs analysis of the relevant institution and when necessary, personal data anonymization, masking, hiding / hiding or destruction are carried out in accordance with KVKK legislation.

Data Conversion
It covers the stages of making the data of the relevant institution machine readable in different formats according to international standards, both openly and according to needs analysis.

Data Visualization
It is the service of presenting open data in an interactive way, by visualizing it in a way that everyone can understand and facilitate decision-making, according to the needs of the relevant institution.

Open Data Portal and Management System
Our Open Data Management System, which has update and publishing automation, enables metadata definitions and converts existing data sets to machine readable formats; It provides both data governance and report/analysis opportunities for all institutions.
You can have an open data portal in compliance with international standards with our system that can work in accordance with all databases and data sets.

Open Data Licensing
It is a license service in which the principles of distribution, sharing, use and reuse of open data are clearly defined by choosing the appropriate model for the area served by the relevant institution.

Open Data Analysis and Interpretation
It is our service that facilitates making correct evaluations before strategic decisions with insight analysis based on open data.

Open Data Law and Compliance Consultancy
It covers open data law consultancy services regarding control mechanisms such as personal data, trade secrets, strategic information or patents/copyrights.

Data Inventory and Catalog Preparation
It is the service of classifying the data sets of the relevant institution, separating them according to their sources and formats, and revealing the information assets as a result of the evaluation of the intellectual usage conditions.

Open Data Ecosystem
It covers the services of ensuring the participation of all relevant stakeholders such as academia, entrepreneurs, non-governmental organizations, citizens, creating success stories using open data and establishing a sustainable open data ecosystem.

Open Data Policy and Strategy Consulting
It covers the preparation of the necessary strategies and policies to create an open data management program specific to the relevant institution, in which processes such as supporting access to information, providing open data, promoting transparency and openness, and user and stakeholder ecosystem integration are defined.

What is Open Data?
What Does It Do?
What Does It Change?

What is Open Data?

Data is a raw material for the digital age, but unlike oil, coal, timber or diamonds, it can be used over and over again and generate value.

Open data; are excluded from copyright, patent, personal data, trade secret or other control mechanisms. It is data that everyone is free to use, modify, combine and share, even commercially, without any limitations.

What Does It Do?

Open data, helps economies grow, improve services and save costs.

Open data, provides employment with new job opportunities and innovation.

Open data, benefits society by improving the way we act, the way we work and the way we manage.

Open data, helps save lives and better understand the world we live in.

What Does It Change?

During the Crimean War of 1843, nurse and statistician Florence Nightingale visualized the data she collected on the deaths in the army with a polar diagram, allowing a mistake to be corrected.

In the study that went down in history as “Diagram of the causes of death in the army in the East” at Üsküdar Selimiye Barracks Hospital;

Red zones wounded in battle,
Blue zones, dying from preventable diseases
Black areas show soldiers who died from other causes.

The clear and understandable presentation of these data showed that Selimiye Barracks Hospital, which was designed as a war hospital, was unprepared for preventable diseases and convinced the decision makers that precautions should be taken.

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