GovTech Challenges

Solution for urban area surveillance control

Šiauliai City Municipality is looking for a digital solution to quickly, easily and accurately assess the area under maintenance and to calculate the actual amount of maintenance work carried out.


  • The municipal administration procures grounds maintenance services through public procurement. The service provider is provided with an order containing a list specifying the name of the object to be maintained (green belt, carriageway, pavement), the area (m2), the level of maintenance or the frequency of maintenance. The service provider shall provide a service performance certificate and an invoice for payment upon completion of the service.
  • It is currently not possible to verify with sufficient speed and limited financial resources that the areas indicated in the provided list of objects to be maintained are up-to-date, accurate and correct.
  • In reality, the area actually cleaned may differ from the order either to a lesser extent (e.g. due to cars parked on the street) or to a greater extent (due to repeated cleaning of the same area in order to properly clean the pavement). A direct interface with current systems is not appropriate as automated data provision is not appropriate.


  • The solution should ensure the most accurate calculation of streets, pavements and urban green spaces, as well as the various areas to be maintained.
  • The solution should include the possibility to calculate the actual mechanically cleaned and/or sprinkled area of the street, green areas and grass cuttings from green areas.
  • The solution must be suitable for the calculation of the area of both the individual object (street, section, park, square, green belt, etc.) and the part of the object (section, submitted area).


A detailed description of the functional and non-functional requirements of the solution is provided in Annex 3 “Technical Specification” of the Tender Conditions.

Prizes for participants

Prizes will be awarded to the first, second and third place winners:

  • 1st prize – 5 600 EUR (the prize is awarded upon conclusion of a solution development service contract)
  • 2nd prize: 3 000 EUR
  • 3rd prize: 2 000 EUR


The first prize winner will be awarded a service contract for the development of a pilot version. The contract shall be for a fixed amount of 42 400 EUR.

Additional information

Deadline for receipt of projects or applications: 4 October 2023, 10.00.
Proposals must be submitted by electronic means only, using CVP IS.

For a detailed description of the challenge and the call for projects, please refer to the Central Public Procurement System (CVP IS).


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