Work Packages


WP1 Coordination
Forum Virium Helsinki

The objective of this Work Package is to provide overall management of the project and the consortium, in order to ensure the successful execution and completion of the CitySDK project. This Work Package encompasses the contractual, financial, legal and administrative management domain. Forum Virium Helsinki

WP2 Technological Framework
University of Tilburg

Objective of this Work Package is, together by all the cities, with all the developers, involving other actors where necessary, to package and consolidate existing practices and assets into a technological framework and a reference architecture that enables the effective transfer of smart city service components between cities, the uptake of the Pilots in Project Partner cities, and the “birth” of the CitySDK.

WP3 Smart Participation
City of Helsinki

The Smart Participation is one of the three Pilot domains in the CitySDK. The purpose of the pilot is to create an open interface that acts as an issue-reporting channel between the citizens and the civil servants. The pilot is based on the Open311 technology, which is a standardized protocol for location-based collaborative issue tracking.

WP4 Smart Mobility
Waag Society

The Smart Mobility work package aims to tackle the mismatch between the many European mobility datasets on the one hand and the app development community on the other.

WP5 Smart Tourism
Municipality of Lisbon

The Smart Tourism Lead pilot focuses on creating location-based mobile services for tourists. The ultimate goal is to create a European-wide market for tourism applications based on Open Data made available by public or private entities. Implemented in Lisbon, the services guide tourists to experience the city in a new way, suggesting interesting attractions, thematic walks, or other nearby services.

WP6 Dissemination and Impact
Manchester City Council

The dissemination Work Package of the Smart City SDK will identify key stakeholder groups and ensure that the project reaches the widest possible targeted audience. In particular we will be creating a “step change” in the way that cities and developer communities are able to work together to create new services and products using “open data” through knowledge sharing around the best practices, APIs and tools being developed within the project.


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