Datasets provided by this service come alive with the help of showcases (visualisations, research, webservices and data journalism).
The creators of open data applications are often researchers, freelancers and software developers, but with the help of improved development and visualisation tools anyone can utilise these datasets. You can find additional information on how to use open data from our guide.
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iosBlindsquare is one of the world's most popular GPS-apps developed for the blind and visually impaired. The app describes the nearby environment to its user and announces places of interest and street intersections aloud. You can use the app to find for example shops, restaurants or schools...
androidNysse is easy to use app for public transport. With Nysse you can quickly check timetables, routes and buses from live map. Features: Nationwide journet planner Stop timetables Line maps Live buses, trams, metros and trains Traffic exceptions Favourite stops, lines and routes
iosREALTIME A true realtime journey planner should not rely on just static timetable information. Instead, Transporter keeps the displayed routes and timetables up to date with the latest data. Route results adjust their departure and arrival times in your phone. You see if lines are ahead or...
androidTelkkä is a must have app when driving around in Finland. App features: Accident data (in Finland, in Finnish, provided by Finnish Transport Agency as an open data) Driving log. You can export your driving log as PDF, CSV or XLSX (Excel/LibreOffice) Personal placemarks Moose warning...
android, iosTuup allows you to plan a route and compare different ways of transportation in one application! With Tuup you can see: Different ways of getting from A to B in Finland All the stop specific timetables everywhere in Finland (buses, trains, trams etc.) The Helsinki city bikes available at the...