SCORE - Smart Cities + Open Data Re-use

The project SCORE (Smart Cities Open data Re-use) aims to increase efficiency and quality of public services in cities based on smart and open data-driven solutions. 

SCORE is a European funded project with nine cities: Amsterdam, Aarhus, Aberdeen, Bergen, Bradford, Dordrecht, Ghent, Gothenburg & Hamburg and three universities cooperate. The partner cities have innovative solutions based upon open data for example for better management of sustainable mobility, air quality, flooding and crowd management. The solutions are shared between the cities, improved and made available for other European cities.

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Lead Beneficiary: Gemeente Amsterdam
Email: Hugo Niesing, h.niesing@amsterdam.nl 

Latest Project News

A universal guide to make your city fit for the digital transformation

17 February 2020

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SCORE at Connected Smart Cities and Communities Conference 2020

17 February 2020

"Scale With Us" was the theme of Connected Smart Cities & Communities 2020 (CSCC20) – the annual conference organised by Open & Agile Smart Cities in …

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Air Quality Workshop in Johanneberg Science Park

02 December 2019

A workshop focusing on open data and data-driven innovation was held at Johanneberg Science Park in Gothenburg in November. It was inspired by SCORE's…

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SCORE at the Smart City Expo World Congress in Barcelona

02 December 2019

SCORE was part of the Open & Agile Smart Cities’ (OASC) booth set-up during this year’s edition of the Smart City Expo World Congress. Several related…

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SCORE Partner Meeting in Bergen

31 October 2019

The fourth SCORE partner meeting took place in Bergen, Norway from 22 to 23 October. Rain was part of the programme every day and so was a lot of upda…

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