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GovHack in SA 2017

The GovHack Open Data competition 2017 was held from 7pm Friday 28 to 5pm Sunday 30 July. 204 competitors took part on the weekend. See the projects submitted by the teams at the GovHack Hackerspace websiteAll South Australian entries had to include at least one set of open data from the Data.SA website.

SA Winners 2017 GovHack National & International Awards

For the list of South Australian winners at this year's GovHack Red Carpet Awards, visit the GovHack website.

Winners 2017 Premier's Awards

Economic Benefits for SA

BizKit.TECH for BizKit

Positive Community Impact for SA

Torange Juice for My Digital Concierge

Positive Community Impact for SA: Honourable Mention KnowEyeDeer for Budget Canvas
Next Generation Dunn25 for CitySpot

Shortlisted Teams

Adult Competition teams recognised for the strength of their concepts across the adult competition:

Next Generation teams recognised for the strength of their concepts in the youth competition:

Each winning adult team will receive $10,000 payable on milestone deliverables across the next twelve months with bespoke mentorship from sponsors LeapSheep, Business Models Inc. and Chiliad Consulting.

The winning Next Generation team will receive a design thinking workshop facilitated by the New Venture Institute for up to 30 participants.

Winners 2017 GovHack in SA Awards

Advancing South Australia
Sponsored by Location SA
Hackunamatata - Sunspot
Best Entry from South Australia
Sponsored by Department of the Premier and Cabinet
BizKit.TECH - BizKit 

 
Advancing South Australia
Sponsored by Location SA
Hackunamatata - Sunspot
Best Entry from South Australia
Sponsored by Department of the Premier and Cabinet
BizKit.TECH - BizKit 

 
Best Youth Entry from South Australia
Sponsored by Department of the Premier and Cabinet
Dunn25  - CitySpot

Best Youth Programmers
Sponsored by Department for Education and Child Development

ElectronicallyE - GoFor

Growing up Healthy       
Sponsored by Department for Education and Child Development

Bipeds For Justice - On Track

Managing our Environment
Sponsored by Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources

Dunn25  - CitySpot

Neighbourhood and Community Confidence
Sponsored by Attorney-General's Department of SA

suburboutlook.techSuburb Outlook 2030

Safe Travel
Sponsored by Motor Accident Commission

SafeHack.techSafeRoute

Smart Lifestyles
Sponsored by Adelaide Smart City Studio

Clockwork TorangeStep Art

South Australia Commercialisation
Sponsored by South Australia Commercialisation

BizKit.TECH - BizKit 

South Australia Sustainability
Sponsored by Environment Protection Authority

AusWaste.space R_U_B_B_I_S_H

Storytelling with a Difference
Motor Accident Commission

Teen Fiction Explor’d

Supporting SA Economy
Sponsored by Adelaide Smart City Studio

BizKit.TECH - BizKit 

Vibrant Adelaide
Sponsored by Adelaide Smart City Studio

Clockwork Torange - Step Art

Spirit Prize winners:

Spirit of GovHack South Australia - Braydon Eberhard

Spirit of GovHack at Adelaide - Libby Vojin

Spirit of GovHack at Playford  - Yar Deng

Spirit of GovHack at Mt Gambier  - Braydon Eberhard

Sponsored prize winners:

Best at UniSA Prize at Adelaide - BizKit.TECH, a team from Carnegie Mellon University

Uber award at Adelaide - Healthy Hackers won the $500

See all the projects submitted by South Australian teams at the GovHack Hackerspace website.

Locations

Events were held at three locations in South Australia.

Who is running the competition in SA?

GovHack State Director: Hasan Tanvir Anjum.

Hasan is leading the State Operations team for South Australia. Contact Hasan for answers to your questions about the competition.

Government Ambassador: Alex Keay

Contact Alex to learn more about Government sponsorship opportunities and how your agency can link its open data to data.sa.gov.au.

Sponsors

Useful links

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Last updated: 16 October 2017