London To Open Online Datastore

London To Open Online Datastore
technology

At the end of January London will be launching an Online Datastore in an effort to make London's data free to everyone that wants it.

Aurora Diaz
  • 7 january 2010

At the end of January, London will be launching an Online Datastore (similar to the app store for San Francisco, and NYC’s Data Mine). The site has been created by the Greater London Authority in an effort to make London’s data free to everyone that wants it. The information will include crime rates, abandoned vehicles, house prices, road accidents, flu rates and many other metrics. London’s Major Boris Johnson has openly invited and encouraged technical talents to transform the raw data into Facebook apps, websites or mobile products:

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