Smart Agora can be used in a broad spectrum of applications that include the following: crowd-sensing, gamification, citizen science, collective decision-making, governance, participatory budgeting and policy-making and other. Citizens, scientists, policy-makers and other actors can make use of Smart Agora. A few examples are given below:


Crowd-sensing of bus and tram stations can reveal important information about arrival delays, available capacity of vehicles, traffic congestion and other.

Crowd-sensing the factors that result in accidents in different locations, for instance, traffic, light conditions, bike lanes, etc.

Incentivize citizens’ assemblies to visit different neighborhoods to decide where the city should invest money for building, for instance, a new part or school.

Crowd-sensing the available capacity and hygiene of public waste bins to orchestrate more effective waste collection strategies.

Smart Agora can be also used to perform a rigorous social experiment in public space that has augmented realism compared to experiments conducted in the lab. It aspires to promote new novel experimental design approaches for science.