Apps using CitySDK
Open Data Globe – the dynamics of European cities are made visible in the Open Data Globe, based on available data sets in CitySDK.
Now – this simple web app offers Public Transport departure times in your immediate vicinity (real-time where available). The web app works in Amsterdam, Helsinki, Manchester, Tampere (Fi).
Buildings in the Netherlands by year of construction – a map showing all 9,866,539 buildings in the Netherlands, shaded according to year of construction.
Map viewer – a demonstration of queries and results in the CitySDK mobility API.
Reisradar – this social travel app enables travellers to annotate open mobility data and routes, and and share this with fellow travellers.
City Dashboard – the City Dashboard gives a live view on current state of your city. Combining several datasets, it offers in sight into crucial issues as economic status, travel times, use of public space and so on.
- CitySDK project site
- CitySDK Linked Data API endpoint
- Visualization of real-time CitySDK LD API mobility data
- Map with building and address data
- Additional APIs in the CitySDK toolkit
Most important data sources currently available:
- Public transport, schedules and real-time – GTFS, openOV
- Amsterdam infrastructure and transportation data – DIVV
- Dutch addresses and buildings – BAG
- OpenStreetMap data.
- More information about available data sets on the data page, via the
/layersAPI or in the CMS.
- Statistical data of all neighbourhoods in Zwolle
- Rain forecast per neighbourhood in Groningen
- All municipalities in the Netherlands
- Museums in Utrecht
- Number of inhabitants of Utrecht
- Public transport stops in Amsterdam named Leidseplein
- Tram lines that call at a specific stop
- Next hour's schedule for this stop
- Adminstrative regions which contain the Olympic Stadium in Amsterdam
- Real-time traffic flow on main roads in Amsterdam
- Dutch LF2 bicycle route
- Religion in Rome
- Routes containing specific set of nodes
- Tram stops on Utrecht-IJsselstein tram route