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

5 Lessons from European cities using open source software to improve public services

01 August 2022

Digital innovation is key to improving public services, and relies heavily on supporting softwares. Cities and governments have a responsi…

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Exploiting the potential of open source software for better, cheaper, faster public services

07 July 2022

The world is changing. Transformations of mobility patterns, pressing air quality issues, and growing flood risks present new challenges for…

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Site visit in Sterrenburgpark, Dordrecht on the 9th of June, 2022

05 July 2022

The partners of SCORE were given a tour at the Sterrenburgpark in Dodrecht on the 9th of June in continuation of the final conference,

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BLOG: SCORE Water challenge – Working with Natural Processes to alleviate flooding

12 May 2022

Bradford District in the North of England is characterised by steep sided valleys and includes the Rivers Aire and Wharfe. It is situated in the mid…

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Breathe Better Bradford – Clean air project to form part of national ‘climate action’ campaign

12 May 2022

The University of Bradford’s involvement in a project to improve air quality in the city has been chosen as part of a national campaign on climate a…

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