DUET Digital Urban Twins
DUET is a brand new innovation initiative leveraging the advanced capabilities of cloud and high-performance computing (HPC) to enable Digital Twins for cities and communities. Funded by the EU, the project’s objective is to help public sector decision-making become more democratic and effective.
Cyber Security for Europe
CyberSec4Europe is designing, testing and demonstrating potential governance structures for a future European Cybersecurity Competence Network.
100 Intelligent Cities Challenge
The 100 Intelligent Cities Challenge is programme by the European Commission supporting cities to leverage advanced technologies, to tackle the pandemic crisis and reconstruct their economies while steering them in the direction of green smart sustainable growth. It will help cities to improve the quality of life and create new opportunities for their business communities.
ESPON DIGISER aims at better understanding the potential and limitations of existing approaches for gathering data, monitoring and measuring the extent and the impacts of the digital transformation at the local level. DIGISER will analyse the transformation of the public sector and its service provision through digital innovation while taking into consideration the diversity of the European territory.
The study Regional and local data-driven innovation through collective intelligence and sandboxing was launched by the Digital Economy Unit of the Directorate Growth and Innovation of the JRC with the aim to explore the interplay between digital technology and other factors transforming government operations in terms of service delivery, governance processes and policy-making mechanisms.
“Collaborative, Secure, and Replicable Open Source Data Lakes for Smart Cities” (ODALA) is a strategic project to improve data management in cities. European Cities and regions from five different countries together with a cluster of private companies and research institutes will leverage open source technologies and digital transformation.
OASC is one of the technical partners of the dRural project, a €15 Million large-scale pilot, which was officially launched on 1 January 2021. dRural aims to work closely with rural communities and citizens to develop a platform-based solution – integrating data and applying advanced technologies such as Artificial Intelligence.
Urban Data Exchange
Urban Data Exchange (UDX) is a data marketplace for smart cities that will grow the urban data economy. By providing a one stop shop for urban data it will simplify the creation of new services for cities and citizens & accelerate their scaling to a global market. It will unlock new value from urban data sharing.
AI-TraWell is an AI-powered, proactive travel assistant to self-monitor user’s experience & craft personalised travel solutions for promoting well being.
OASC takes part in international fora and expert groups
United for Smart Sustainable Cities (U4SSC) is a UN initiative and serves as the global platform to advocate for public policy and to encourage the use of ICTs to facilitate and ease the transition to smart sustainable cities. OASC is part of U4SSC’s Thematic Group on City Platforms and leads WG3 Smart City Platforms: Transitioning to a New Architecture.
The signees of the declaration have joined forces to promote a sustainable way of digitally transforming cities and communities.
OASC leads the work on the technical commitment of the ‘LI.EU declaration and supports the commitment on ‘Measuring & Monitoring’.
T004 is a Specialist/Testing Task Force linked to the ETSI Industry Specification Group on cross-cutting Context Information Management (ISG CIM).
The main objective of this task force is to produce a conformance test suite for this NGSI-LD API specification (OASC MIM1) and a testing environment to execute and validate the test cases.
Learn about recently completed projects with participation of the Open & Agile Smart Cities network
The SynchroniCity project was a European Large-Scale Pilot for smart cities & communities. The project developed and validated the a technical framework based on the OASC Minimal Interoperability Mechanisms. Thereby, SynchroniCity laid the foundations for a digital single market for IoT- and AI-enabled services