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Smart Governance

Jászfényszaru's GIS System

Jászfényszaru is a small town of nearly six thousand people in Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok county. The municipality places great emphasis on smart solutions, the town's GIS system gives the possibility to search by address, topographical number or keywords. The city also created a cemetery cadastre where the user can search by name, year of death, or grave location. Not all content can be reached by the public users, the visibility depends on the authorization.


Alsómocsolád - Future weaving programme

Alsómocsolád is a village in Baranya County, Hungary, its population is less than 400 people. Their vision is to transform Alsómocsolád to a friendly, liveable, traditional but innovative XII century township, with developing their local economy and increasing ther population. Their "Future Weaving" programme aims to reverse depopulation, they are looking for enthusiastic applicants who would like to live in the village, be an active part of the community and help to make the county life more comfortable.

Újbuda GIS system

The Municipality of Újbuda created its online GIS portal. In addition to orthophotos of different times and archive aerial photos the system consists of the urban development plans, election zones, land administration data, road and green cadastre, parking related information, medical zones and the varies of institutions. The user can choose the desired layers, make queries of certain objects, mesaure the objects and save the costumized maps in pdf format.

Törökbálint GIS system

For the Municipality of Törökbálint created a  WEB-based GIS portal which makes the spatial data available for the employees of the Municipality and for he public as well.
The system includes ordnance survey, regulation plans, digital utility models, elevation points, public transportation data and informations of health facilities,education, elections and snow removal. In addition, the map includes a citizen problem reporter where users can describe, categorize, locate and record the issue.

Melbourne's open data and innovation program

The city of Melbourne is working with the community (residents, workers, businesses, students and visitors) to design, develop and test the best ways to live, work and play in Melbourne. The publication and visualization of municipal data can effectively promote understanding of, and participation in, Melbourne's evolution as a smart city. The data of multiple sectors (parking, transport, city sensors, major development, environment, city statictics etc.) are avaible for everyone.

Open Data & Analytics for Urban Transportation

By analysing anonymised data obtained from commuters' fare cards and identifying commuter hotspots to manage bus fleets, the Land Transport Authority (LTA) can help improve commuting experience. Arrival times of buses are tracked using sensors installed in over 5,000 vehicles, and the real-time location data of buses helps facilitate transport planning to better meet commuters' demands.
Insights gained from data can help LTA better anticipate and address the needs of different types of commuters through improved policy planning.

Virtual Singapore

A dynamic 3D digital platform that will enable the public, businesses, government and research agencies to derive insights, develop solutions and run simulations using a large-scale city model of Singapore.

Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM) 153 White Desk

Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM) 153 White Desk is a municipal unit to which citizens report any of their complaints, requests and opinions via telephone, information offices and mobile app. Solutions Team checks all the applications by its public relations experts, gets in touch with relevant units or government bodies for generating solutions, and transmits the result to the applicant.

Kispest Community Budget Program

For years, the mayor of Kispest has been asking residents to share their suggestions as part of the Community Budget Program.
There are also many proposals that do not fall within the competence of the local government. For example, proposals for public transport, traffic lights, pedestrian crossings are forwarded to the relevant authorities in the capital.
Requests for several smaller investments, such as bench placement, minor repairs, or creating flowerbeds, are automatically scheduled by competent agencies as part of their next year's tasks.