The Rock Atlas is an interactive platform that accompanies the development of the Rock project in the three replicator cities, mapping the urban context, the actions carried out within the project and the connection with the model practices implemented in the network of cities participating in the project.
The ROCK place branding toolkit provides analysis, reflection, tips and guidance on how to better communicate the city through Cultural Heritage. It helps to identify the concepts and practices that can be used for constructing a consistent narrative of the historical European cities in a contemporary global context.
One of the goals of the ROCK project is to make the generated data freely and easily available to those who are interested. The ROCK interoperable platform implements this function. The data provided by the project partners is available on this platform through an open data component based on CKAN technology. The visualization of the collected data is possible through the business intelligence component. This component allows visitors to use various dashboards, which are related to project activities, city assets, and data collected by environmental and visitor flow sensors that were installed in the cities by the technological partners of the project. The web application accessible at rockproject.eu/opendata allows centralised access to the various components of the platform and provides an interactive map as well as a possibility for querying data based on semantic web technology.