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Swap2Solar

Solar Panel
Team Name: 
Swap2Solar

Solar is a sustainable energy source and an alternative to fossil fuels. The first solar cell was constructed by Charles Fritts in the 1880's. 230 plus years later, energy produced by solar is still a fraction of all energy consumed globally.

Our team chose to create a solar calculator that enables and empowers individuals to make an informed choice to answer the question ‘why’ they should choose to switch based on the financial savings along with reducing their carbon footprint.

Fire and Water Australia

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Fire and Water Australia

A mobile app which helps the fire department and locals combat fire by locating live fire areas and the nearest water catchment/reservoirs.

Data used are from:

Geoscience Australia

1. Sentinel Hotspots

Department of Communications

2. National Map (Government open data)

 

Memory Time Game

Fun match game
Team Name: 
Tx2

We humans are visual creatures. We respond, interact and learn from visual mediums incredibly well, so what better way to convey government data than through images.

HeyGOV

hey.gov
Team Name: 
EVE

HeyGOV is a website that lets the community review and vote on public projects.

Millions of people use rating and reviews websites every day to decide what to eat, where to live, and where to stay. We want people to be able to do the same with public projects. We feel it's important that you’re able to have your say in what's happening in your community. The challenge was to design a system that leverages public attention, with the benefits being, ultimately a more engaged public and greater transparency.

The C word

Team Name: 
The Four Musketeers

Will I ever own my home?

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MMPR

Can you afford to speed

Manly Squirrels
Team Name: 
Manly Squirrels

In the financial year between 2013-2014, $43.4 million dollars were spent on speeding offences in NSW alone. This is a 23% increase from 2 years before. We’ve all seen speeding campaigns before, and no one likes fines.

So why are drivers in New South Wales (NSW) continuously paying more on speeding?

There may be a number of reasons why.

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