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  • Policy makers

    Over the past few years, more and more public services are made available online. This has been accelerated by recent budgetary cuts and growing digitalization of the society. Digital by default is now becoming the norm in Europe.

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  • Civil servants / Public administrations

  • Open Data advocates

    Mobile Age will provide open data advocates and civic hackers with technical and methodical tools to conduct co-creation open data projects. We will further provide guidance on the evaluation and sustainability of such initiatives in our good practice guidebook.

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  • ICT businesses

    The results of Mobile Age will be useful to strengthen the competitiveness and growth of companies that are helping public administrations, especially municipalities, in the provision and management of their open data sources. It will also improve their competitiveness in the exploitation of local data sources that are used in the provision of services for senior citizens.

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  • Researchers

    Our research project will provide novel insights into co-creation methods and their evaluation for social scientists, in particular with respect to the co-creation of open government services with and for senior citizens. We will further enhance theory development on themes surrounding digital mobility and critical data studies.

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  • Citizens

    A majority of citizens are usually marginalised when it comes to technical innovation, use of open data government and online civic participation. This is often due to bad design, lack of user involvement, poor representation of all groups of citizens, and therefore inadequacy with citizens’ real needs and expectations. As more and more public services are becoming available online only, we believe it is essential to change this way of working and allow all citizens to access all public services in an adequate, efficient and inclusive way.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 693319
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