One of the main outputs of the Digital Baltic was to create a feasibility study with the thematic focus Digital Innovation in Open Data and Public Sector Information. The partnership is now proud to present the result, which can be downloaded here: Digital Baltic Feasibility Study
“The way of developing ICT products and services are consistently changing. The differences and gaps that exist between countries and regions in the BSR, when it comes to the degree of development and expansion towards a digital single market, should not be allowed to grow larger. Hence it is a critical challenge for the BSR to manage; delivering a connected and competitive BSR will not happen by itself. Collaboration between regions is central within this thematic area to overcome the challenge and make the BSR a prosperous place to live in.
To overcome the challenge towards a digital single market, there is a need to stimulate digital innovation within the re-use Open data and PSI. The Digital Baltic project believes that by applying the Quadruple Helix Innovation Model, by using for example a creative method of Open Space, can inspire citizens to come up with new innovations and ideas that will increase the re-use of PSI and Open data in the BSR region”.