Where Open Data Meets Revolutionary Ideas
Alberta Data Partnerships (ADP) in collaboration with the Government of Alberta have opened up a select number of data-rich areas to the public to fuel creative ideas and solve challenges.
Open Data Areas Alberta Project
Open Data Areas Alberta (ODAA) is a new undertaking being spearheaded by Alberta Data Partnerships to put extensive data in the hands of those who can use it. Datasets from six key areas across Alberta is available for no cost to inspired entrepreneurs, SMEs and creative problem solvers. These include earth observation, remote sensing, geospatial data, environmental data, and social and economic datasets from private industry and government.
Explore Six Geographic Regions for No-Cost, High-Value Data
The Open Data Areas Alberta (ODAA) data is made available at no-cost under the ODAA Data User License. Browse, search and download data from our site by searching categories such as Area of Interest, Data Provider, File Type or use a free form search.
ODAA Project Partners
Alberta Data Partnerships (ADP) in collaboration with the Government of Alberta have developed Open Data Areas Alberta (ODAA), and has provided pre-commercialization funding for SMEs to support the goals of industry and government. The Open Data Areas are representative of provincial (and global) land cover types and encompass a range of recreational, commercial, and industrial activities.
ADP would like to thank our government and commercial data partners for supporting ODAA, and providing Albertans with this one-of-a-kind opportunity.
Government of Alberta: Alberta Economic Development and Trade provided funding, Alberta Environment and Parks provided support for data collection and project administration, and Alberta Open Government Program provided the licence that was adopted by Open Data Areas Alberta.
Altalis provided infrastructure and Helpdesk support.
Incite provided marketing, communications, and web development support.
Data Providers and Supporters
By using any of the cost free ODAA data you are agreeing to the conditions of the ODAA Data User Licence. It outlines the few terms and conditions that must be upheld. Download and read the full licence here.
Users must attribute their sources and when possible, link back to the User Licence. There are a few minor restrictions that this licence does not grant access to, such as the names, crests, logos, or other official symbols of the Information Providers. Lastly, this data is licensed as is.
All Open Data Areas Alberta data providers must complete and return the licence agreement prior to posting data. Learn more about becoming a data provider.
To learn more about Open Data Areas Alberta and how we can help you, contact Erik Holmlund.
10665 Jasper Avenue, Suite 1400