SCORE Solutions

The SCORE partners are working together to improve efficiency and quality of public service delivery (i.e. traffic flow, pollution, drainage, flooding) based on smart, open data driven solutions. These innovations can then be re-used for free by other North Sea Region cities, encouraging collaboration between partners and thereby expanding their understanding of open data usage. Partners aim to learn from each other by sharing experiences in open data application and agile software development. For this, urban data is unlocked and made inter-operable between departments and organisations. Working as partners, cities have the combined resources, IT competences, and policy expertise to achieve solutions for shared challenges that they could not achieve individually. City partners can lead, co-develop or simply follow the implementation of solutions. The aim is that each solution will be demonstrated in living labs in the cities where they were first developed. 

SCORE is a dynamic project, so more SCORE solutions will be added to the website continuously. Below, a list of concrete solutions that SCORE partners are implementing.  

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Decision Support for Roadwork Coordination
The Decision Support for Roadwork Coordination is developed to simplify the coordination of roadwork and maintenance.

Citizen Science as a Service (CSaaS)
A flood reporting mobile app that allows citizens to contribute to flood monitoring. 

Crowd Flow Dashboard
Increase crowd flow related data availability and awareness across city departments, eg. footfall, bicycle and event movement patterns.


Gully Sensors
By using video and image based sensors, Gully sensors detect when blockages in gullies occur.  

The Mobility Dashboard
The mobility dashboard collocates data in a way that enables those working on various challenges within mobility to use it as a tool.



Meta & SCORE Toolkits

The IoT Registry
Offer transparency to citizens, visitors and entrepreneurs by providing an online registry of IoT devices.

The APIAPI Component
Provide a user friendly, visual interface to combine data to a single expected data model.

A mobile mapping system, which generates open and reusable data owned by both authorities and citizens.

QR Code Toolkit
Use QR codes to follow or report city objects and set up IoT sensor proof-of-concepts.

Urban Computing to Gain Insight into City Liveabilit
The solution focuses on developing cutting-edge AI techniques that allow us to gain insight and extract information from multiple data sources.

Linked Open Data Taxonomy Manager
Create and manage taxonomies to allow different city departments and cities to exchange and share their (open) data as linked and structured data.

Open Source Geoportal
The Masterportal is a growing modular open source toolbox supporting OGC APIs 

Challenge Visualiser & Explorer
Identify potential new open data collaborations between cities by exploring and visualising thematic links and common challenges.