Fruitful live discussions on open source solutions

31 March 2022
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Nine cities and three universities exchanged learnings on how to develop and replicate solutions based on open data. With focus on devloping better public services.

The activities are within the SCORE project where partners collaborate to improve efficiency and quality of public service delivery (i.e. traffic flow, pollution, drainage, flooding) based on smart, open data driven solutions.

Several solutions have been replicated. Focus for the partner meeting in Gothenburg was to disuss challenges within the replication process. Johanneberg Science Park, assisted by Bax & Company, has developed a "replication guide" for cities on open source solutions. 

Noel Alldritt, Solutions Architect at IntraService, Gothenburg City, welcomed to Gothenburg and Mats Bergh, CEO, gave the story of Johanneberg Science Park as catalyst for urban development. 

A session on exploring Digital Twin included:
Bradford Digital Twin - Sydney Simpson
Chalmers Digital Twin - Anders Logg
Ghent Digital Twin - Bart Rosseau

An inspiring visit took place at Lindholmen Visual Arena. An opportunity for further networking and important meetings.

As the next step, Johanneberg Science Park plan an opportunity for the city administration in Gothenburg to get an in-depth discussion about experiences around solutions and replication:  April 28th - Open source solutions and replication cases

SCORE's final conference will take place in Amsterdam on June 8-9, 2022. 

Facts:
Project website

Interreg project North Sea Region
Total budget: 5 855 000 Euro
Gothenburg's budget: 520 000 Euro
Project start: 2018- 2022
Partners: Amsterdam City (project manager), Bradford, Hamburg, Bergen, Gothenburg, Aberdeen, Aarhus, Ghent, Dordrecht, University of Aarhus, University of Bradford, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam Data Science. 
Gothenburg; Johanneberg Science Park in collaboration with the City of Gothenburg (Administration for Consumers and Citizens, Urban Transport Administration, Environment Administration, Sustainable Waste and Water Administration).  

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For more information, please contact;

Evdoxia Kouraki, Project Manager

+46 709 32 92 17 evdoxia.kouraki@johannebergsciencepark.com LinkedIn