Entries to Innovation space - A City Planning for Growth

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Happy Parking!

The Happy Parking! project aims to make the most use of the open-source data from government solving practical problems and tell stories of urban development according to historical car park data. ### Part 1 Parkers aim to create a real-time web app for end-users, helping drivers to find a ...

Go to Project | Pakers

Make Melbourne Great Again

OzBusiness is a web application that provides small business owners and entrepreneurs a platform to easily find a suitable area to establish their business. Using various sources of data, OzBusiness filters out any unfitting areas for the user's particular requirements leaving behind the best opt...

Go to Project | Small Data team

EasyBiz

There are two types of end users will use our solution, the business owner can use our mobile app to find the place to start a new business or grow the existing business. The government can access to the web portal to see the where are the least business growth places in the country, the AI will ...

Go to Project | ARVIS

The Papa Project - Helping Oldies be Goldies

How can we help councils work through opportunities brought about by the growing population in Australia? In 2016-17 $17.4billion was spent by governments on aged care however people and their family in this senior age range often are unaware of all the services and programs available to them. ...

Go to Project | TeamYFam

Car park unknown.

Car park unknown. aims to use parking sensor data as a springboard to determine in real-time where parking violations are occurring in the Melbourne CBD. It also assists the public by helping drivers to locate a free car park based on the historical data from the last 4 years. We have designed a...

Go to Project | Unlucky Magician

Project Foothpath

Preparing footpath to be future ready and to automate the manual maintenance process.

Go to Project | Immerzed

The Next Busker

Buskers have been part of cityscapes for centuries with many governments embracing them as a cultural asset. They play a role in making our city more vibrant and lively and are strongly supported by the community. However, busking isn't always as easy when there are: 1. Strict regulations (...

Go to Project | Shooting Unicorns

EnVisible City

The problem: How to engage communities and citizens to experience quantitative and qualitative data on the tangible and sensory aspects of a city during different times? What makes a city a great place in which to live, work and relax? Sophisticated metrics have been developed on the compon...

Go to Project | Live+Smart Lab

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