A video is inappropriate. Essentially I am scraping large volumes of open data from government and public sources, centralising and identifying regular expressions from random samples of data points from across each table and row, alongside selected pattern recognition statastical tools (clustering table data together for initial matching, anf fluctuating glanularity based on a decision framework) to produce decision making trees for the linking of relationships between large quantities of datasets in a logarithmic fashion, without having to process every individual data point.
BinThere is an iOS application designed to help members of the public find their nearest public bin and is designed to help both members of the general public and council organisations.
In Mission Attrition you play as a university lecturer trying to get as many of your students to pass your course as you can. You are dealt a class of students with different factors that will influence their chances of success. You have a limited amount of resources which you can assign to individual students to improve their chances of success. You'll have to judge for yourself which factors are most likely to impact your students' chances and offset them accordingly.
Future proof your worklife
Find and highlight current and future opportunites for work using data drawn from the Australian Taxation Office, the Department of Education and Training, the Department of Industry, the Australian Bureau of Statistics and the Department of Employment. Looking at current innovation trends and training data to maximise completion rates and job prospects.
Hi, were are Team Leo and Sons and this is our project Air Bubble.
Air Bubble is a way to visualise varying differences in air quality across different locations in Tasmania.
People submit their postcode via the webapp and the area of the closest air monitoring station is shown on the map. The bubble machine then responds with a display of your air quality. More Bubbles means cleaner air and less bubbles means more particulates (less clean air).
Concept: To provide an improvement on the current rainfall map, provided by BOM, that is an easily interpreted visual representation of not only rainfall, but also the impact of the rainfall on the landscape, the potential of flooding and highlight any immediate threats to:
> Roads and bridges
> Residential areas
The system will not only display present coverage, but also utulising predictive modelling, will give an approximate indication of future coverage, and alert residents and businesses to any immediate or future threat or impedance.
Using a raw data dump from the Australian Business Registry, we have created an artistic representation of the gears of economy, Powering Australia.
It started out as a conceptual image, and grew into an animated web experience.
What have we here?
This is a simple, fast, lightweight mapping system. It harvests available datasets from Tasmanian State and Local Government authorities and provides basic viewing and information retrieval.
The map supports GeoServer WMS/WFS and ESRI REST services. If you have one and want to get it in here, get in touch. Currently the map supports data from the following sources:
A mobile app to consume councils parking bays geojson and to provide simple mobile payment for parking bay within the time limit set by the council. Not eliminating the existing parking meters solution, nor jobs of the inspectors but extending it on top of it - giving the councils, like Launceston city, a potential to offer additional payment options without the need of upgrading existing parking meters for credit card payments.
A visual narrative, highlighting the importance of STEM education for Australia's future.
Current and future generations of Australians face a variety of challenges of a magnitude never before faced by humanity.
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths) skills and education will be crucial to serving humanities ability to overcome what lies ahead.
The application walks the user through a few problems facing Australia, and how they relate to STEM education in Australia’s future.