The Open City Toolkit (OCT) is envisioned as an integrated, open source software empowering citizens, providing them with citizen-centric services in the context of a smart city. The OCT is being developed using open source software, and new developments are continually published as open source software components on GitHub (https://github.com/geo-c/). A detailed description of the OCT is available here (http://geo-c.eu/opencitytoolkit). The official GEO-C deliverable on the open city toolkit can be downloaded here (PDF).
Best poster in 20th AGILE International Conference on Geographic Information Science. Fernando Benitez (ESR11), Joaquin huerta
Second place in the NRWHackathon. "Amazing Map People"- Sandra Paola Perez (ESR2)
Second place in the UX Linked Data Challenge 2016. Auriol Degbelo (together with Bart-Jan de Leuw, Saskia van der Elst and Gerard Persoon)
- Second place in the NRWHackathon. "Amazing Map People"- Sandra Paola Perez (ESR2)
GEO-C is funded by the European Commission within the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, International Training Networks (ITN), European Joint Doctorates (EJD). The funding period is January 1, 2015 - December 31, 2018, Grant Agreement number 642332 — GEO-C — H2020-MSCA-ITN-2014.