Most Innovative Use of Transportation Data

Supported By: 
RACQ
Eligibility Criteria: 
Must be applicable to Queensland. Must use Transportation Data. Extra merit given to solutions leveraging multi-levels of government data (local, state, federal)

$1,000 + Opportunity to present idea and concept to RACQ digital team.

ParcMe

Free Parking
Team Name: 
NVM

Project Description

Parking is something that has infuriated us all at one time or another. There just never seem to be any free spots when you want them. But what if you knew the likelihood of finding a parking spot anywhere in the CBD for the exact time you wanted to park? What if you were given turn-by-turn directions for a route that maximised your chances of finding a park? We think there'd be less traffic, less frustration, and the world would be a better place.

Brisbane Bus Monitor

Team Name: 
SmartCodeWorks

One of the most common question asked by passengers who use public transport system is what is the performance of the buses? 
Brisbane bus monitor is built to anwser the question, it is a responsive designed web site on top of Google Map java script library, Windows Azure Cloud service and a number of Java Script library like Jquery, bootstrap.

BrisAccess

BrisAccess
Team Name: 
Whatamelon

BrisAccess is a one-stop solution for people with disabilities to go out and about in Brisbane and SouthEast Queensland. 

MyState

Team Name: 
MyState

As part of GovHack 2015, we came up with multiple ideas and narrowed them down to solve the below three challenges:

1) We often loose data connection when we go for boating - how can we improve navigation experience for boating?

2) How can we improve transportation using Live Traffic cam data?

3) Visualise ICT Data

How's My Suburb?

Team Name: 
Magnitudo

A web  based platform which allows users to view on suburbs regarding on topics such as public transport availability, crime data, near hospitals and internet speed and availability information. The aim of this project is to create a singular website where a user who is looking to move to a suburb can see information regarding the suburb to help them find where they want to live.

What we breathe.

What we breathe. Team logo.
Team Name: 
Studio39 Bravo

Name: What we breathe.

Purpose:

  • To raise awareness of the growing problem of air pollution and its effects on health.

  • To visualise the main areas of air pollution

  • Attempt to display a connection between a rise in air pollution and respiratory problems (Eg: Lung Cancer).

 

Target audience:

  • Health agencies

  • Environmental agencies

  • General public

 

How it works:

MyCity

Team Name: 
MyCity

As part of GovHack 2015, we came up with multiple ideas and narrowed them down to solve the below three challenges:

1) We often loose data connection when we go for boating - how can we improve navigation experience for boating?

2) How can we improve transportation using Live Traffic cam data?

3) Visualise ICT Data

SafeRoad

Team Name: 
UQ Hax0rs

SafeRoad is designed as a platform for finding high risk road areas. It can be used in planning mainentance and further development of road infrastructure such as signage, traffic flow management and road resurfacing. It can also assist in planning new emergnecy service home-base locations. For the public, the service highlights roads of high risk and could act to reduce road use in high-use and high-risk areas.

#OutsideToday

Team Name: 
Orange

Things to do outside today (Toowoomba), with a focus on safe, healthy and enviornmentally conscious activities.  Using data sets to help someone decide where to go, and what to do on that day, using your mobile device location.  Based on physical capacities and preferred options (walking, running, cycling, driving, sitting and views) we'll suggest some places and options just right for you and your family.  We'll use climate, events and infrastructure to help you plan your activities and find out more about the place you decide to visit. 

Consensus

www.consensusquiz.com
Team Name: 
YakkityHacks

What was our goal?

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