Anticipatory & Adaptive Governance
e-SENS / Sense4us / Atrocity Watch / Botswana Speaks / iMentors / STORK 2.0
Public Service Redesign
STORK 2.0 / e-SENS / UPSIDE / eSkills Match / ECI Link / E-CODEX / STORK
The six STORK operational pilots - “Cross–border Authentication Platform for Electronic Services” pilot, “Safer Chat” pilot, “Student Mobility” pilot, “Electronic Delivery” pilot, “Change of Address” pilot, “ECAS Integration” pilot - are viable solutions providing real services to citizens and constitute a new development for interoperability in the field of digital identity. Via the pilots, STORK offers several cross–border eGovernment identity services.
Smart & Sustainable Communities
MuniZapp / Thundermaps / CISMOB / Ground Truth 2.0
Ground Truth 2.0
A H2020 project coordinated by UNESCO-IHE, where we as in eGovlab, Stockholm University are the Swedish National Demo Case Leaders. This project will deliver the demonstration and validation of six scaled up citizen observatories in real operational conditions both in the EU and in Africa. It will strengthen the full feedback-loop in the information chain from citizen-based data collection to knowledge sharing for joint decision- making and cooperative planning. The project focuses on environmental indicators in urban and rural areas related to spatial planning issues, with a specific focus on flora and fauna as well as water availability and water quality for land and natural resources management.
eGovlab is mentoring Thundermaps, a start-up based in Goteborg, Sweden. Thundermaps is developing a smart city technology that enables citizens to engage with the public authorities and understand what happens in their city. Thundermaps uses data released by the government agencies in a creative way to improve public safety and risk reporting. At the same time, this citizen-centric e-service, facilitates community engagement and smart communication via interactive dialogue/reporting between the stakeholders involved.
CISMOB main vision is to promote innovative ways to reduce carbon footprint and increase the sustainability of urban areas by improving the efficiency in the use of urban transport infrastructure through ICT. In a context of increasing availability of sensor technology to monitor and record large amounts of data, a common challenge to policy makers is to identify the best practices to take advantage of these new sources of data and use them to prioritize intervention areas, to manage efficiently current road networks, to inform citizens and motivate them to choose more sustainable mobility options.
Munizapp is an application for smartphones that citizens can use to simplify the process of giving feedback or report problems and complaints in the area where they live. All that is required is to report a detected issue by taking a picture, and then send the notification via smartphone. Munizapp then communicates with the local case management authority.