Our Projects

Delivering Value Through the Use of Open Data

Current Projects

We connect business, academia, research, government and the community to deliver value through the use of open data. ODI Queensland is running or contributing to these projects.

Data Curator 

We’re building a simple desktop CSV editor to help describe, validate and share usable open data.

Open and Agile Smart Cities

ODI Australian Network and the Queensland University of Technology are helping to connect Queensland’s Smart Cities.

Queensland Geotechnical Database

The QGD is an open access website that aims to serve as a repository for geotechnical investigation information in Queensland to facilitate design and construction efficiencies.

Open Data Certificates

Open Data Certificates are the mark of quality and trust for open data. We’re localising them for Australia.

Small Business Success with Open Data

How can closed, shared and open data solve small business challenges?

Want To Help?

We’d love you to be part of our team. Let’s us know how you’d like to contribute.

ODI Queensland Dashboard

We’re tracking our progress by publishing our performance as open data and creating visualisations.

From Little Things, Big Things Grow

We’re making a list of little tasks that you can help with. Think of it as micro‑volunteering.

CSVLint – make re-use ready data

CSVLint helps you to check that your CSV file is readable and contains the columns and types of values that it should.

Datopolis

The ODI is developing an open data board game called Datopolis. We’re looking for game testers. Want to play?

Open Data Induction Training Video

We’re making it easy to help your staff understand how open data aligns with your organisation’s strategy.

Completed Projects

We connect business, academia, research, government and the community to deliver value through the use of open data. ODI Queensland is running or contributing to these projects.

2016 Achievements

Read about our achievements in our 2016 Annual Report

Our Data as Art exhibition

We celebrated our first birthday with an art exhibition.

Need a place to publish your data?

Use our Open Data Finder

2015 Achievements

Read about our achievements in our first Annual Report

Open Data Bill consultation

Our response to the Queensland Government’s public consultation.