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Demandes IRISbox
Demandes IRISbox Type Mise à jour
38757 numeric 2021-03-16

Demandes IRISbox

Total number of requests submitted last month

IRISbox is the one-stop-shop of the Brussels-Capital Region that offers online documents and interactive forms for completing administrative procedures.

The data

Total number of requests submitted last month.

Its origin

The data is extracted directly from the IRISbox platform and entered manually in the dashboard https://irisbox.irisnet.be/irisbox/

How is it obtained ?

Each citizen or enterprise that logs in and submits a request, either by retrieving an online document, or by completing a finalised procedure on the platform, is recorded. Therefore, this number doest not represent the total number of visitors.

Comments 

This data is updated every month for the previous month. IRISbox offers more than 350 different types of procedures, as well as the opportunity to make an appointment with the administration. For further information, please contact irisbox@cirb.brussels

Source

https://irisbox.irisnet.be/irisbox/
Demandes IRISbox Top 3
Type Mise à jour
text février

Demandes IRISbox Top 3

The 3 most requested documents last month

IRISbox is the one-stop-shop of the Brussels-Capital Region that offers online documents and interactive forms for completing administrative procedures.

The data

By decreasing order of importance, the 3 most requested documents on the platform last month.

Its origin

The data is extracted directly from the IRISbox platform and entered manually in the dashboard https://irisbox.irisnet.be/irisbox/

How is it obtained ?

All the requests submitted by citizens and enterprises are recorded by type of request and then sorted by decreasing order of importance. The top 3 results are displayed.

Comments 

This data is updated every month for the previous month. For municipal requests, such as a change of address or a change in the household's composition, the data is compiled for all 19 Brussels' municipalities. For further information about this, please contact irisbox@cirb.brussels

Source

https://irisbox.irisnet.be/irisbox/
  Demandes IRISbox Top 3
1 Certificat composition ménage
2 Extrait des registres
3 Certificat résidence principale
Pollution de l'air
Type Source
grap https://www.qualitedelair.brussels

Pollution de l'air

Air quality

Air quality has a major impact on the quality of life of citizens and, therefore, is subject to precise and transparent monitoring. Brussels Environment is in charge of collecting, monitoring and analysing data relating to the Brussels Region. In Belgium, the Interregional Environment Agency (IRCEL - CELINE) coordinates and compiles data for the country.

The data

This data is an index that brings together, in one representative number, the concentrations of several pollutants in the ambient air.

Its origin

This index is calculated by Brussels Environment and retrieved automatically on the Brussels web page devoted to air quality https://qualitedelair.brussels/pollumetre/widget 

How is it obtained ?

The global quality index is measured at the 12 stations which form part of the Brussels Region telemetric network for four pollutants (ozone, nitrogen dioxide, PM10 and PM2.5 fine particles). Further information on the calculation method for this index here https://www.irceline.be/fr/qualite-de-lair/mesures/belaqi-indice-de-la-qualite-de-lair/information

Comments 

In general, there is a long-term improvement in air quality in northwest Europe, especially in Belgium and in the Brussels Region. All the information on Brussels air quality and potential alerts in the case of pollution spikes can be found on https://www.qualitedelair.brussels . A mobile app is also available https://qualitedelair.brussels/content/recevoir-les-alertes#app

Source

https://qualitedelair.brussels/pollumetre/widget 
Connexions wifi.brussels
Type Source
map https://urbiscloud.irisnet.be/dev/urbizone/index.html

Connexions wifi.brussels

Total number and location of wifi.brussels network hotspots 

Wifi.brussels is the Brussels network of free Wi-Fi hotspots offered by the Brussels-Capital Region in its territory. This project aims to improve digital access for the greatest number of Brussels' citizens and is a tool in the fight against the digital divide.

The data

Total number of hotspots in the wifi.brussels network and geolocation of these hotspots on a map of the Brussels Region.

Its origin

The number of hotspots and the geolocation of these hotspots on the UrbIS base map is taken automatically from the site http://urbiscloud.irisnet.be/dev/urbizone/index.html
The complete list of hotspots with their coordinates can be found on https://datastore.brussels/web/data/dataset/56345c96-d458-41b2-950f-13f5849cbea9

How is it obtained ?

The geolocation coordinates are published by the service provider IRISnet and then placed on an UrbIS base map. This base map is taken from UrbISOnline, a tool that allows users to view UrbIS orthophotos, UrbIS 3D data, or view and contact the UrbIS online services. https://urbisonline.brussels/
These same Wi-Fi hotspots, with a different visual presentation, are also available here: http://wifi.brussels/

Comments 

The hotspots were initially installed in public facilities (town hall, Actiris, Ministry for example - 86 INDOOR hotspots in GREEN), then at public square outdoors (112 OUTDOOR hotspots in BLUE), and finally in metro stations (200 METRO hotspots in RED).

Source

http://urbiscloud.irisnet.be/dev/urbizone/index.html
https://datastore.brussels/web/data/dataset/56345c96-d458-41b2-950f-13f5849cbea9​
Datasets sur Datastore
Datasets sur Datastore Type Mise à jour Source
1053 numeric 2021-05-07 https://catalog.datastore.brussels/geonetwork/srv/eng/q?_content_type=json&bucket=s101&facet.q=type%2Fdataset&fast=index&sortBy=relevance&sortOrder=&from=0&to=0

Datasets sur Datastore

Total number of datasets and services listed on the datastore.brussels platform

datastore.brussels is the regional platform for the publication and sharing of data for the Brussels-Capital Region. It is the cornerstone of the Brussels Open Data policy.

The data

Total number of datasets listed on the platform the previous month.

Its origin

The data is extracted directly from the datastore.brussels platform 
https://catalog.datastore.brussels/geonetwork/srv/eng/q?_content_type=json&bucket=s101&facet.q=type%2Fdataset&fast=index&sortBy=relevance&sortOrder=&from=0&to=0

How is it obtained ?

All the data listed on the Datastore.brussels platform is recorded https://datastore.brussels/web/

Comments 

Each dataset is trilingual (a set is equal to 3 items of data). These datasets are either simply listed or also hosted on the platform. They are referenced by theme (European directive INSPIRE and Data Catalogue Vocabulary DCAT) and presented in various formats (JSON, HTML, CSV, PDF, etc.). The large majority of this data is available under an open source licence. For further information about datastore.brussels, contact opendata@cirb.brussels

Source

https://catalog.datastore.brussels/geonetwork/srv/eng/q?_content_type=json&bucket=s101&facet.q=type%2Fdataset&fast=index&sortBy=relevance&sortOrder=&from=0&to=0
Caméras CCTV
Caméras CCTV Type Mise à jour
250 numeric 2020-12-02

Caméras CCTV

Total number of cameras networked via the regional video surveillance platform

The regional CCTV platform integrates the various video camera networks existing in the Brussels-Capital Region to enable the sharing of images for the benefit of the parties concerned (police zones, public transport, Brussels Mobility, Port of Brussels, etc.), in strict compliance with the laws on privacy and the use of surveillance cameras. It collects data from Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) cameras for police requirements, route controls and the low-emission zone (LEZ) as well as drone images which are provided by the federal police.

The data

Total number of cameras networked via the platform last month.

Its origin

The data is sent by the project team and entered manually in the dashboard.

How is it obtained ?

The video surveillance platform allows different networks to share their cameras. When a network becomes accessible on the platform, all the cameras that make it up are added to the data. Therefore, this data evolves in successive stages every time a network connects.

Comments 

The number of cameras is theoretical. It does not take into account faulty cameras or cameras provided temporarily (such as drones). The objective of this platform is not to have a maximum number of CCTV but a maximum number of connected CCTV and therefore effective coverage.
Interventions du Siamu
Interventions du Siamu Type Mise à jour
200 numeric 2021-02-09

Interventions du Siamu

The number of interventions by the SIAMU (91,600 in 2017)

The SIAMU is the Brussels-Capital Region's firefighting and emergency medical assistance service. It is the largest fire service in the country, it has 8 stations and employs about 1,000 firefighters, all of whom are professionals.

The data

The total number of interventions by the SIAMU (here in 2017, the figures for 2018, 2019 and 2020 are awaiting publication).

Its origin

Data on the SIAMU's interventions are recorded and sent to the National Civil Protection Service which publishes them on its website in PDF format. It is then entered manually in the dashboard. 
https://www.civielebescherming.be/sites/default/files/explorer/statistiques_interventions_si_2017_fr-fw_def.pdf

How is it obtained ?

The total number of interventions includes non UMA interventions, such as fires, rescues and techniques, special interventions (15%) combined with UMA, Urgent Medical Aid, interventions that require an ambulance (85%).

Comments 

Since 2012, the fire services have been able to import their intervention reports online (CSV or XML formats) in a central database, but this has not yet been published in open data. The SIAMU's address is https://pompiers.brussels/fr. Further information on the statistics of the Directorate-General Civil Security here 

Source

https://www.civielebescherming.be/sites/default/files/explorer/statistiques_interventions_si_2017_fr-fw_def.pdf
Mail envoyé à safeonweb
Mail envoyé à safeonweb Type Mise à jour
522 numeric 2021-02-09

Mail envoyé à safeonweb

The total number of emails sent by citizens to the address suspect@safeonweb.be (648,522 in 2018)

The Centre for Cyber Security Belgium, CCB, is in charge of cyber security in Belgium. It draws up the national policy on the subject and manages the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT.be) in charge of detecting, observing and analysing online security problems and providing permanent information for users. Citizens use the generic address suspect@safeonweb.be set up by the CCB  to report fraudulent websites or phishing attempts.

The data

The total number of emails sent by citizens to the address suspect@safeonweb.be in 2018

Its origin

These emails are received and recorded by the CERT. This data is then published in the CCB's annual report and entered manually in the dashboard.
https://report.ccb.belgium.be/fr/projets-permanents

How is it obtained ?

These emails may either lead to a fraudulent site or transfer a phishing email. Reports submitted by forms are not recorded.
https://www.cert.be/en/report-incident

Comments 

In 2018, the system helped the CCB block 1,478 fraudulent websites.  Figures on the information society in general and on cyber security in particular are available via the Barometer of the Information Society https://economie.fgov.be/fr/publications/barometre-de-la-societe-de-0

Source

https://report.ccb.belgium.be/fr/projets-permanents
Entreprises innovantes
Entreprises innovantes Type Mise à jour
1200 numeric 2020-03-22
Travailleurs dans le secteur des NTIC
Travailleurs dans le secteur des NTIC Type Mise à jour
12300 numeric 2020-12-16

Travailleurs dans le secteur des NTIC

The total number of workers in knowledge-intensive high-tech services

The Brussels Institute for Statistics and Analysis (BISA) centralises and coordinates statistical activities at the level of the Brussels-Capital Region. It collects, processes, analyses, and disseminates Brussels statistical data.  It also carries out socio-economic analyses and supports the Government in evaluating public policies.
http://ibsa.brussels/?set_language=fr

The data

The total number of workers in knowledge-intensive high-tech services by NACE-BEL class in 2018.

Its origin

The BISA, Brussels Institute for Statistics and Analysis, publishes statistics on 16 themes in XLS format, including the "Research and Technology" one, which includes total employment in knowledge-intensive high-tech services by NACE-BEL class http://ibsa.brussels/themes/recherche-et-technologie#.Xp2VQsgzYzM

How is it obtained ?

The original data comes from the NAI, the National Accounts Institute, which is in charge of drawing up statistics, analyses and economic forecasts for Belgium. The BISA extracts data from it relating to the Brussels-Capital Region.

Comments 

NACE-BEL is the Belgian version of the statistical classification of economic activities in the European Community. It includes multimedia production, telecommunication, programming and other computer activity firms, as well as scientific research and development activities. The number of workers in the NICT sector is 124,995 for Belgium.

Source

http://ibsa.brussels/themes/recherche-et-technologie#.Xp2VQsgzYzM
Nuitées par mois dans les hôtels
Type Mise à jour Source
graph 2021-01-24 http://opendatastore.brussels/dataset/e083a504-7ce9-4f76-b0b7-0e64b8469c3b/resource/5407e011-09f9-4adf-ad68-c83eba751806/download/hotels_evol_clean.csv

Nuitées par mois dans les hôtels

Percentage of hotel occupancy over the past 3 years

visit.brussels is the Brussels tourism agency. Its mission is to widen and strengthen the image of the Brussels-Capital Region. It publishes a tourism observatory, which includes the hotel barometer, indicating the occupancy rate and the average price of hotel rooms for each month.

The data

The occupancy rate of a sample of Brussels hotels for the previous month, for the year in progress, for the previous year, and for the year before that.

Its origin

Graph of the number of overnight stays per month at hotels (3 graph, Y, Y-1, Y-2) - Upload of csv (https://datastore.brussels/web/data/dataset/e083a504-7ce9-4f76-b0b7-0e64b8469c3b) and collection of data on % of occupancy per year.

How is it obtained ?

Various datastore and visit.brussels data. Origin Olakala. Further information on the Visit Brussels tourism barometer https://visit.brussels/fr/article/barometre-touristique-de-la-region-bruxelles-capitale

Comments 

Please note: the weekly figures are based on a limited panel, the size of which varies slightly from one week to the next, and contains approximately 60 establishments.

Source

https://datastore.brussels/web/data/dataset/e083a504-7ce9-4f76-b0b7-0e64b8469c3b
Nuitées AirBandB and Home Away
Nuitées AirBandB and Home Away Type Mise à jour Source
9041 numeric 2020-03-22 http://data.insideairbnb.com/belgium/bru/brussels/{date}/visualisations/listings.csv

Nuitées AirBandB and Home Away

Number of Airbnb accommodation units advertised in the Brussels-Capital Region

Airbnb (USA) is the pioneer in collaborative housing, which often has a difficult relationship with cities. Initially offering the chance to welcome more visitors and offer owners a simple way of improving their income, its success has led to the company being accused of contributing to the increase in property prices, the fall in the long-term rental offer, and unfair competition with regard to the traditional hotel sector.

The data

The total number of housing proposed via the platform in the Brussels-Capital Region.

Its origin

The Inside Airbnb site is coordinated by Murray Cox, an independent American activist  who designed the project and analysed and published data relating to the use of the paying community platform for listing and booking Airbnb accommodation.
http://insideairbnb.com/brussels/

How is it obtained ?

The data are taken from a CVS-file through http://insideairbnb.com/brussels/  , and more specifically http://insideairbnb.com/brussels/

Comments 

To list a property on Airbnb or another booking site, you must be registered with Brussels Economy and Employment before starting your activity and comply with certain conditions (further information https://economy-employment.brussels/tourist-accommodation-private-individuals).  

Source

http://insideairbnb.com/brussels/
Voiture en déplacement
Type Source
graph http://data-mobility.brussels/traffic/api/counts/?request=live

Voiture en déplacement

The total number of vehicles at counting stations over the past 2 hours 

Brussels Mobility is the Brussels-Capital Region's administration in charge of equipment, infrastructure, and travel. It manages mobility strategies, projects for developing, renewing and maintaining public spaces and highways, as well as public transport infrastructure, road safety and taxis.

The data

The total number of vehicles at counting stations over the past 2 hours and the average speed of the vehicles recorded.

Its origin

This data is provided via an API by Brussels Mobility on their portal  and referenced on the regional portal https://datastore.brussels/web/data/dataset/9a047e86-3947-424a-84e8-a192f18a735a

How is it obtained ?

Road traffic is measured at several sites in the Brussels Region by cameras or induction loops. Counts are made in both directions. The percentage of error for this data is 5% depending on traffic conditions (speed, light). In cases of high traffic congestion, precision may decrease rapidly (up to 20-30%). Further information here.

Comments 

Currently, data is only broadcast in real time but the dissemination of old data is planned in the future. You will find the geolocation of counting stations here https://data-mobility.brussels/mobigis/fr/?x=486153.44345781335&y=6592969.096448178&zoom=13&baselayer=urbis_grey&layers=traffic_live_geom%3BTunnels%3B&opacity=1%3B1%3B&filter=&_ga=2.171951586.372486197.1587391825-48896042.1548164285

Source

https://datastore.brussels/web/data/dataset/9a047e86-3947-424a-84e8-a192f18a735a
Information voyageurs en temps réel
Type Source
text https://opendata-api.stib-mivb.be/OperationMonitoring/4.0/MessageByLine/

Information voyageurs en temps réel

Information on scheduled works and/or changes on the STIB network

The STIB (Brussels Intercommunal Transport Company) is the main public transport operator in Brussels. The STIB operates 4 metro lines, 18 tram lines and 51 bus routes. It transported 417.5 million passengers in 2018.

The data

Information on planned works and/or changes for all stops on all the STIB's routes in real time.

Its origin

This data is provided by the STIB on its portal and referenced on the regional portal https://datastore.brussels/web/data/dataset/95527279-2be7-4a6b-9e00-bd829c504777. These messages are compiled for all the STIB's lines but can also be found by using the details of a specific line.

How is it obtained ?

The operation returns messages related to the stops of a specific line(s) passed in the parameters. This dataset contains: o Traffic information about planned works (for example: planned engineering works) o Event (for example: European summit, etc.) o Unforeseen real-time disruptions (for example: disruption because of an accident) o Important corporate messages (for example: STIB-MIVB recruiting event such as job day) In case of real-time disruptions, there will be a second message when the interruption is finished and the line is working normally again. These messages do not contain dates in the text itself.

Comments 

This data presents information on scheduled works, events (for example a European Summit), unplanned disruptions (an accident) and messages from the STIB (STIB recruitment day). In the event of real-time disruptions, there will be a second message once the interruption has ended and the line has returned to normal. These messages do not contain dates in the actual text.

Source

http://https://datastore.brussels/web/data/dataset/95527279-2be7-4a6b-9e00-bd829c504777
Villo! utilisés
Type Mise à jour Source
numeric 2021-05-07 https://api.jcdecaux.com/vls/v1/stations?apiKey=6d5071ed0d0b3b68462ad73df43fd9e5479b03d6&contract=Bruxelles-Capitale&_ga=2.214924497.793232540.1584026048-1848357338.1583762912

Villo! utilisés

The number of Villo! used in real time in the Region

Villo! is the bicycle sharing service operated by JCDecaux in the Brussels-Capital Region since 2009. At the end of May 2019, Villo! had about 360 stations and a fleet of 5,000 bicycles, including 1,800 electric bicycles. 37,500 subscribers use the service.

The data

The number of Villo! used in real time in the Region.

Its origin

Villo! Provides real time information for the number of bicycles available to rent at all these stations via the regional portal: https://datastore.brussels/web/data/dataset/stations-villo-disponibilites-en-temps-reel

How is it obtained ?

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Source

https://datastore.brussels/web/data/dataset/stations-villo-disponibilites-en-temps-reel​
Occupation des parkings publics
Occupation des parkings publics Type Mise à jour Source
spacesAvailable|open numeric 2021-01-20 https://public.brussels-parking-guidance.com/Datex/Export?publication=dynamic&_ga=2.144861107.604178078.1583921861-1848357338.1583762912

Occupation des parkings publics

Real-time use of public car parks

Parking is an essential aspect of mobility policies. parking.brussels is the government agency that has managed this competence since 2014. It collects, centralises and publishes parking data on the datastore.brussels platform

The data

The total number of car parks, the total number of free, full and almost full car parks in real time.

Its origin

Brussels Mobility provides the data on public car parks and their occupancy rate in real time on their portal and on the regional portal https://datastore.brussels/web/data/dataset/486c2e3c-0fb9-48da-841e-2a244db0c39f

How is it obtained ?

parking.brussels provides a real-time occupancy rate for Brussels public car parks but not exact occupancy figures. These levels are defined as Free, Full, or Almost Full. The Almost Full level means that the car park is 90% occupied, the free level means that the car park is occupied at less than 90% of its capacity. 

Comments 

"Better parking makes better mobility" is the slogan of the Regional Parking Policy Plan (PRPS). This plan aims to adopt a coherent parking policy by streamlining and simplifying parking regulations in the 19 municipalities. The parking.brussels agency also manages Smart Parking: mobile app, SMS payment, parksharing, smart traffic signs. https://parking.brussels/fr

Source

https://datastore.brussels/web/data/dataset/486c2e3c-0fb9-48da-841e-2a244db0c39f​
Car parks
Name Status opening Latitude, Longitude
Bascule spacesAvailable open 50.815677, 4.366925
Centre spacesAvailable open 50.853036, 4.357910
Zuidstation spacesAvailable open 50.837562, 4.335656
Lepage spacesAvailable open 50.851953, 4.345204
Louise Shopping spacesAvailable open 50.835190, 4.357520
Pacheco spacesAvailable open 50.851537, 4.362152
Simonis spacesAvailable open 50.864030, 4.328898
Esplanade spacesAvailable open 50.852784, 4.449995
Dansaert spacesAvailable open 50.851114, 4.345504
Zuidstation 2 spacesAvailable open 50.835700, 4.331060
Docks Bruxsel spacesAvailable open 50.879780, 4.374640
Thon Hotel spacesAvailable open 50.843540, 4.375450
Up-Site spacesAvailable open 50.863160, 4.352270
Erasme spacesAvailable open 50.814384, 4.267489
Lennik spacesAvailable open 50.815420, 4.264940
P+R Kraainem spacesAvailable open 50.848823, 4.459939
Flagey spacesAvailable open 50.827670, 4.373320
Louise almostFull open 50.830850, 4.357950
Manhattan Rogier spacesAvailable open 50.856600, 4.357030
Scailquin spacesAvailable open 50.850080, 4.372010
Bota spacesAvailable open 50.854446, 4.367894
Royal spacesAvailable open 50.849039, 4.362516
Incidents fixmystreet
Type Source
numeric https://fixmystreet.brussels/api/statistics/incidents?lastDaysNumber=

Incidents fixmystreet

The total number of public reports from the start of the year to the present-day

The internet and mobile platform Fix My Street, developed by the BRIC on the initiative of Brussels Mobility, allows the public and the administration to report incidents in the Brussels public space (concerning lighting, markings, street furniture, signing, damage, uncleanliness, etc.) and monitor each step in the incident resolution process.

The data

The total number of public reports from the start of the year to the present-day. The percentage of incidents solved and incidents being managed compared to the total number of incidents since the application's launch (2013).

Its origin

The Fix My Street application produces an API that is published on the datastore portal: https://datastore.brussels/web/data/dataset/01593a26-ed57-498e-bec0-13011a75a773

How is it obtained ?

This data records reports submitted by the public, generally meaning those entered by citizens. Reports submitted by professionals (municipal employees, Bruxelles-Propreté agents, law enforcement officers, police officers, for example) are marked as private by default. In 2019, 66% of incidents were reported by citizens. Reports in progress also include reports that have not yet been managed.

Comments 

For the past 2 years, inhabitants report the most incidents, which shows how well the application has been appropriated by citizens. Currently, the category most used (53%) relates to waste and public cleanliness (illegal dumping, torn or uncollected rubbish bags, for example), followed by damaged facades, and then signage problems. A new category was added in April 2020 for reporting abandoned bicycles. This category will be extended to abandoned vehicles, including shared scooters. The list and geolocation of all the reports can be found here: https://fixmystreet.brussels/list

Source

https://datastore.brussels/web/data/dataset/01593a26-ed57-498e-bec0-13011a75a773
Twitter Bruxelles Smart City Europe
Type Source
text https://twitter.com/EU_Commission/lists/our-services?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

Twitter Bruxelles Smart City Europe

The Twitter social media thread produced by the European Commission 

Brussels is the Capital of Europe and the headquarters of European institutions (the European Parliament,  the Council of the European Union and the European Commission (composed of one European Commission per Member Sate, namely 27 commissioners). The Twitter thread presents the European Commission's official publications.

The data

The Twitter social media thread produced by the European Commission in real time.

Its origin

The data is directly taken from the Twitter account of the European Commission.

How is it obtained ?

The entire thread, refreshed every minute via a Twitter API with iFrame.

Comments 

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Comptages vélo
Comptages vélo Type Mise à jour Source
290 numeric 2021-05-07 https://data-mobility.brussels/bike/api/counts/?request=live&outputFormat=json

Comptages vélo

The number of Villo! used in real time in the Region

Villo! is the bicycle sharing service operated by JCDecaux in the Brussels-Capital Region since 2009. At the end of May 2019, Villo! had about 360 stations and a fleet of 5,000 bicycles, including 1,800 electric bicycles. 37,500 subscribers use the service.

The data

The number of Villo! used in real time in the Region.

Its origin

Villo! Provides real time information for the number of bicycles available to rent at all these stations via the regional portal: https://datastore.brussels/web/data/dataset/stations-villo-disponibilites-en-temps-reel

How is it obtained ?

Via API JCDECAUX : https://api.jcdecaux.com/vls/v1/stations?apiKey=6d5071ed0d0b3b68462ad73df43fd9e5479b03d6&contract=Bruxelles-Capitale&_ga=2.214924497.793232540.1584026048-1848357338.1583762912
We use following formula to determine the number of used bikes: number of available spots – number of available bikes (and this for each bicycle parking).

Source

https://datastore.brussels/web/data/dataset/stations-villo-disponibilites-en-temps-reel​


The number of bicycles recorded at bicycle stations in the Brussels Region

The data

The total number of bicycles at counting stations in real time.

Its origin

The data is taken from: https://data-mobility.brussels/bike/api/counts/?request=live&outputFormat=json

How is it obtained?

We use following formula to determine the number of used bikes: number of available spots – number of available bikes (and this for each bicycle parking).

Source

https://data-mobility.brussels/bike/api/counts/?request=live&outputFormat=json
 

 

Webcam Grand Place
Source
http://www.bruxelles.be/webcam-grand-place
Productions énergies solaire
Type Source
graph https://bsmartcity.netlify.com/index.html?lang=fr
PC dans les EPN
PC dans les EPN Type Mise à jour
410 numeric 2020-12-02

PC dans les EPN

Total number of computers and tablets at the Brussels Region's 18 certified DPS

A Digital Public Space (DPS) is a place in which citizens can have access free of charge (or for a symbolic price) to a computer and a connection, and receive assistance in using and familiarising themselves with these tools.

The data

Total number of computers at the Brussels' 18 DPS which have received the official label from the Brussels-Capital Region.

Its origin

This data is compiled for the 18 DPS and communicated by the Inclusion Coordinator and then entered manually in the dashboard.

How is it obtained ?

The Brussels Region has drawn up a process for certifying DPS. When applying for the label, the DPS must enter the number of computers at their disposal. Further information about Brussels DPS (charter and label) here https://smartcity.brussels/inclusion-numerique

Comments 

The number of computers offers an idea of the DPS' potential for action in terms of the reduction of the digital divide. In the Brussels region, it is believed that 140,000 people require support in digital uses. This data will evolve in line with the awarding of new labels and the evolution of the DPS themselves. Currently, 18 Brussels DPS have been awarded the official label by the Region, however many stakeholders are making digital inclusion their number one priority: the complete list can be found here http://www.caban.be/?lang=fr

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http://www.caban.be/?lang=fr

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