The Bay of Plenty Regional Council were initially sharing data with the public in a raw format. However, there was no way to ensure that this data had been quality assured. Also, members of the public were struggling to derive context from the data they were using. The Bay of Plenty Regional Council decided it was time to add more value for the stakeholders and to present their data in a more meaningful way.
Join Glenn Ellery from Bay of Plenty Regional Council as he outlines the ways in which they now provide real time, meaningful data to the public on their online portal using AQUARIUS WebPortal.
- The difference between internal and public facing portals
- How to add value and transform raw data into information
- Key tips on disseminating data through dashboards and reports
- The importance of format, colours, and legends
- Benefits of a public portal to communicate environmental data