Our platform is open to communities that want to use TET and SPOD for their Open Data activities. To the communities, we provide a separate section (as Organization) in the TET for publishing their own datasets, and the communities have to be coordinated by a “community administrator” that will be the only one that can effectively publish the dataset on the TET.

Currently, these are the communities that are using or planning to using very soon our platforms:

Città di Prato (Italy)

The Prato town council is stimulating their citizens and their schools in participating in activities for the town cultural heritage.  The curia of Prato has shown a great interest in the use of the SPOD and TET tools in a future mapping of the tabernacles distributed on the territory of the various parishes. Following a meeting between Don Carlo Geraci, director of the diocesan catechetical office, with the councilor for innovation Benedetta Squittieri and with the representatives of the Route-to-Pa project for the Municipality of Prato, it was decided to start from the next October a process of involvement of the catechists and parishes in the mapping of the tabernacles, to increase the knowledge of the territory. Training sessions will be organized to explain the use of the SPOD and TET tools and the operational modalities will be defined. The final objective will be to cocreate one or more open datasets, which will then be published on CKAN platforms  managed by the Municipality of Prato. (TET link is available here)

Diritto di Accesso Civico (Civic Access Right) (Italy)

It is a project,, that was born in 2012 from the laboratory OpenLab per l’italiano istituzionale (OpenLab for institutional italian) from the course of Comunicazione pubblica e linguaggi istituzionali (Public communication and institutional languages), teacher Daniela Vellutino of the masters in “Comunicazione d’impresa e Comunicazione pubblica” (Business communication and public Communication) and “Gestione e conservazione del patrimonio archivistico e librario” (Management and preservation of the archival and book heritage) from Università degli Studi di Salerno. The final objective will be to cocreate one or more open datasets, which will then be published on TET platform.

Ministry of Justice and Security and the City of Gouda (The Netherlands)

A planned activity is an open data living lab conducted by the Utrecht University in collaboration with the Dutch Ministry of Justice and the city of Gouda. In the living lab the partners will experiment with open government data in order to gain insights and solutions for safety issues. The final objective will be to cocreate one or more open datasets, which will then be published on TET platform.

National University of Tainan (Taiwan)

To explore possible uses of ROUTE-TO-PA working group worldwide and customizing the platform in the different language, this project focuses on Mandarin-speaking communities and open government data usage in Taiwan. The project is led by Dr. Hsien-Lee Tseng, assistant professor of the Department of Public Administration and Management, National University of Tainan. The objectives are to have a ROUTE-TO-PA website translated to Mandarin Chinese, and to publish more than one open datasets on TET platform.