SCORE - Smart Cities + Open Data Re-use

SCORE aims to increase efficiency and quality of public services in cities through smart and open data-driven solutions. 

SCORE is a European Union funded project with nine cities and three universities participating: Amsterdam, Aarhus, Aberdeen, Bergen, Bradford, Dordrecht, Ghent, Gothenburg, Hamburg, University of Amsterdam, Aarhus University and University of Bradford.

The partners develop innovative solutions based on open data and focus on sharing insights and methodologies for developing better public services. For instance in the shape of better management of sustainable mobility, improving air quality, monitoring flooding and furthering crowd management.                                                                           


Lead Beneficiary: Gemeente Amsterdam

Email: Hein Wils,

Latest Project News

BLOG: Interreg collaboration enables Ghent and District09 SCORE teams to provide the city with multi purpose QR code technology

18 December 2020

At "Öppna Data Forum - Smart besöksnäring: Medskapande av ett smart turistmål", a breakfast workshop organised by Johanneberg Science Park and City of…

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BLOG: First international Masterportal Replication Workshop with Bradford, Ghent and Gothenburg

25 November 2020

Stakeholders in cities have different, but also numerous overlapping, requirements for their webmapping applications. We here discuss a new solution –…

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SCORE Launches a Replication Guide for Open Source Solutions During Digital Partner Meeting

27 October 2020

Johanneberg Science Park, assisted by Bax & Company, developed a replication guide for open source solutions that were presented during the online SCO…

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BLOG: To a Higher Level of Open Data (Re-)Use in Ghent - Launching the New Open Data Portal

06 October 2020

Ghent has a long lasting history with open data. What first started in 2010 with some rudimentary excel files on an open server has now evolved to a m…

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BLOG: Keeping Bradford’s Streets Clean - Using QR Codes to Create a Geospatial Litter Bin Asset Register

13 August 2020

Since the 2008 economic crash there has been sustained pressure on local authority budgets and significant savings have been delivered. In the case o…

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