The most fun use of data  

Supported By: 
iiNet
Eligibility Criteria: 
Concepts must use at least one dataset published on the Data.SA open data portal.

Prize: $2,000 worth of Hardware, Gadgets and vouchers
Anything goes for this entry. It just has to be a fun and engaging use of data.

DRIVE - Driving on Road Information for Vehicles

Team Name: 
ElectronicallyE

DRIVE is a website designed to be easily understood by the masses.

The website currently contains 3 pages, Home Page, Fatalities and Roads. These pages combined contain information about safety, road tolls plus quick facts, roads, maps and reviews.

Search engines are found throughout the website, allowing people to find specific data.

Maps provided by Google Maps are simple, yet inform the public  about roads. This includes surface, distance and traffic. On this same page, members of the website can review roads, also giving a star rating out of five.

BiblioFile

Team Name: 
BiblioFile

BiblioFile seeks to increase social connection through reading- like Tinder for book lovers. It uses public library open data to notify uses of other people with similar reading interests and to connect people with the books that they love. Users can connect with other people who like to read- regardless of location- both online and in the real world. Books can be searched for and requested through the One Card Network - and if it is not available they can request that it is purchased by their local library.

AusEd

AusEd
Team Name: 
Nexus_is_back

AusEd is a website designed to explore possible causes of a highly unacceptable low student retention rate in Australian Schools; whether there is a social, medical, health or a combination of these as causes.

If so, then need for policy changes.

The website is available to everyone who is interested in making a difference to the economic and society state of Australia. The website uses various data sources to determine possible causes to the low retention rate by displaying in a colourful and attractive way so that the data can easily be interpreted.

Proton

Team Name: 
Old Hacks

Our GovHack project allows end-users to create photomosaic images from photographic datasets avaiable on the Data.SA open portal.  This is a visually dynamic way to showcase the thousands of images available to view and gives the user an opportunity to display these photos in a fun and engaging way.

Australian Indigenous statistic Infograph

Team Name: 
Mordikye.Hack

hi my name is Matthew Connole My project is on the Australian indigenous, and finding important fact about them and how they commit to Australia and its society. I will do this by using a visual infograph to show the statistics of for eg: smokers, ages and the overall population of them in Australia. This will be presented between three to four infographs.

For King and Countree

For King and Countree
Team Name: 
BOLD

Introduce team members + team name

Our team name is BOLD, the is stands for the people in our group, Ben Sakovits, Olivia Lee, Liam Cameron-Smith, David Hin

We are year 11's from The Heights we are definitely are not professionals who are great with all these programming, coding etc. However we are very passionate about this competition.

Name of the hack

Our project is an interactive info-graphic website, named after the famous WWI phrase ‘For King and Countree’ (For King and Country)

What does our hack do?

Local Promoter

Team Name: 
Codium

Our team wanted to create a project that can help ensure a prosperous and bright future for South Australian business and local business across the nation.

So we’ve been working tirelessly over the past 44 hours to bring to you our exciting new platform called Local Promoter.

SafestRoute - QR Marketing

Team Name: 
Mitch, Trent and Brian

City Outdoors

City Outdoors
Team Name: 
OutsideIn

We're OutsideIn, a team of students (Brendan Bachmann, 17, Caleb Bachmann, 15, and Jess Leaver, 15), that came together at N3XGEN Unleashed Mount Gambier. Our entry is City Outdoors, an app that helps and encourages residents, visitors and workers in the Adelaide CBD to find and utilise outdoor public spaces.

The app is powered by the following datasets:

FireSA

Team Name: 
AT²

 

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FireSA is a fire safety application that alerts you when a bushfire occurs and gives you directions to the nearest bushfire safety zone in your area.

Our data: https://data.sa.gov.au/data/dataset/south-australian-bushfire-safer-prec...

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