Playkers is a social sport-oriented platform that gives end-to-end management solutions for amateur sports players and field owners. With Playkers, municipalities can maximize their sports facilities' occupancy and engage with targeted sports communities. Players can manage a full cycle of game participation, including setting up games, locating games that are seeking players, and finding and inviting players.
efficient and transparent operation
Budapest Dialog is a community urban development site through which local people and municipalities can share their development ideas and projects with each other. The portal's interactive interface helps target development proposals, while helping local government project development and community planning. The city of the future is based on the people who want to live in it and want to do it and the local self-government based on local energies.
Participate Melbourne is the City of Melbourne's online community where the citizens can have their say on the city's big issues and future plans. Their opinion and ideas help shape Council's decisions on planning and renewal, transport, health, technology and the environment.
Greater Copenhagen is a metropolitan region that spans Eastern Denmark and Southern Sweden. The 85 municipalities in Greater Copenhagen are home to 4.3 million inhabitants and Scandinavia’s largest recruitment base of highly-skilled employees. The region offers world class research facilities and a creative business environment with access to the markets of two countries. Greater Copenhagen aims to be the leading metropolis in Northern Europe in terms of attracting and retaining international investments, companies, tourism and talent.
The MobilGO offers attractive and up-to-date information for guests visiting Hungary, leading to the destination they choose.
For the local population, there is always a handy application featuring useful Hungarian digital content that includes all businesses in the area, in one digital location.
Intelligent Way Assistant (Shows if you arrive at the destination in time)
Public Benefits (Tobacco Shops, ATM, Electric Charging Stations, Petrol Stations, Post Offices, MLS Trails, Drinking Stations, etc.)
Timetables (Shipping, Railroad & Slides)
A Smart City integrates physical, digital and human systems to deliver a sustainable, prosperous and inclusive future for its citizens. Many of these innovative solutions will be based on sophisticated information and communication technologies. However, technological complexity, as well as the complexity of the various sectorial services involved within a Smart City, require a system approach to standardisation. Such an approach must promote the greatest possible reuse of existing open standards to accelerate Smart City deployment.
The Dublin Dashboard provides citizens, public sector workers and companies with real-time information, time-series indicator data, and interactive maps about all aspects of the city. It enables users to gain detailed, up to date intelligence about the city that aids everyday decision making and fosters evidence-informed analysis.
In the approach to the Smart Cities Mission, the objective is to promote cities that provide core infrastructure and give a decent quality of life to its citizens, a clean and sustainable environment and application of ‘Smart’ Solutions. The focus is on sustainable and inclusive development and the idea is to look at compact areas, create a replicable model which will act like a light house to other aspiring cities. The Smart Cities Mission of the Government is a bold, new initiative.
The Smart Cities Information System (SCIS) is a knowledge platform to exchange data, experience and know-how and to collaborate on the creation of smart cities, providing a high quality of life for its citizens in a clean, energy efficient and climate friendly urban environment. SCIS brings together project developers, cities, research institutions, industry, experts and citizens from across Europe. SCIS focuses on people and their stories – bringing to life best practices and lessons learned from smart projects.
The MK Data Hub is award winning technical, data infrastructure of the MK:Smart project, supporting the collection, integration and use of large amounts of data from many diverse resources relevant to city systems. The datasets include local and national open data, data streams from both key infrastructure networks (energy, transport, water) and other relevant sensor networks (e.g. weather and pollution data), data crowdsourced from social media and mobile applications, etc.