As it becomes easier and more common for people to scan a QR Code on their mobile device, QR Codes are also tied to public services in smart cities.
The QR Code Toolkit is a solution that allows cities to use dynamic QR Codes. It allows a city to:
The toolkit is a set of open source software building blocks. After you set up this toolkit once in your city with your IT department or IT partner, you can start enhancing processes with QR Codes. The solution has cost and time saving features:
Part of the Interreg EU project SCORE (Smart Cities + data REuse), SCORE partners District09 and City of Ghent developed the solution as an open source reusable toolkit. The SCORE partner cities test it and part of SCORE's objectives any city is encouraged to replicate it.
In Ghent, the toolkit has been made available in the city wide IT infrastructure. This has resulted in a growing list of different integrations of QR Codes to enhance processes, such as:
How does it work: