The One.Stop.Transport open data platform

The One.Stop.Transport open data platform

The One.Stop.Transport is an open data mobility platform for user-centric Interoperable Web applications.

Useful links:
- http://www.ost.pt
- http://developer.ost.pt
- http://github.ost.pt
- http://developer.ost.pt/api-explorer/
- http://developer.ost.pt/realtime-explorer/
- http://twitter.ost.pt
- http://blog.ost.pt
- http://support.ost.pt

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Miguel Laginha

May 20, 2014
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    Main goal To aggregate data and create services for third

    party developers to create innovative mobility applications.
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    Logical architecture One.Stop.Transport Aggregation & standardization Data & Services API

    App store & app management Third-party developer End user 4
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    Data •  Transportation –  Mass transit –  Traffic –  Road

    incidents •  POIs / Events •  OpenStreetMaps
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    Open data as default To promote continued job growth, Government

    efficiency, and the social good [...], the default state of new and modernized Government information resources shall be open and machine readable.
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    APIs •  Data API –  Static data –  Realtime data

    •  Services API –  Authentication –  Journey planner –  Webapp integration
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    Data flow Proprietary formats Standardisation GTFS feeds Data aggregation Data

    storage OpenStreetMap data GTFS-Realtime feeds Channel orchestration PubSub API REST API Javascript API Services API REST API Data API Data providers Journey planner One.Stop.Transport backend
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    Data providers •  SMTUC (Coimbra mass transit agency) •  CP

    (major nationwide railroad agency) •  Pictonio (tourism events nationwide platform) •  BikeEmotion (bike sharing system) •  Porto Digital (Porto tourism open data) •  MoveAveiro (Aveiro mass transit agency) •  Transdev (nationwide intercity bus agency) 17
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    Users •  1 user for all apps (Oauth2) •  Explicit

    authorization for private data access •  Activity stream •  Notifications
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    Web apps •  Hosted apps –  Server-side apps –  “Special”

    iframe •  Packaged apps –  Client-side apps –  Hosting provided –  W3C Open standards
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    Developer support •  Backend area •  Developer wiki •  Helpdesk

    forum •  Github code •  Blog •  Twitter
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    Technical overview 28 Authentication & Authorization OAuth & user permissions

    Monitoring logs & tracking Notification push & pubsub Billing for paid apps Tourism data POI / events Mass transit data static GTFS format Route planning app & API Mass transit data GTFS-realtime data Traffic data Datex II data Backend Frontend App store & App management application catalog Developer wiki for developers Support forum for developers & users Contest management Dev challenge User management for users APIs Data API GTFS, POIs, etc. Style guides web app integration Services API web app integration OAuth API application auth Cartographic data OpenStreetMaps Social stream users' activity feed
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    Technology stack •  Django / Python •  Apache Wookie • 

    Google caja •  Backbone.js •  Mustache.js •  Oauth 2.0 •  OpenTripPlanner •  Postgis •  Redis •  LESS •  RabbitMQ •  Node.js 29
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    Links •  www.ost.pt •  developer.ost.pt •  github.ost.pt •  twitter.ost.pt • 

    blog.ost.pt •  support.ost.pt •  developer.ost.pt/api-explorer/ •  developer.ost.pt/realtime-explorer/ 30