Location data

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The most innovative hack of location data


Eligibility Criteria

Dependencies – Use of PSMA’s datasets: GNAF, Administrative Boundaries and/or Geoscape

Point Break - Crowdsourcing Beach Intelligence | On Demand Spatial Awareness

Team Name: 
Point Break

Crowdsourcing beach intelligence to encourage participation of recreational activities and utilisation of our coastal areas with real time spatial awareness.

## Our aims:

* Tackle beach safety with a solution that fits into peoples current habits (not just a shark spotting app).
* Encourage activity and engagement around beaches and beach communities.
* Drives collaboration and sharing of local knowledge.
* Feed useful data back into industry/government.

## Problem Statement

Welcome, my new neighbour!

Team Name: 

We are creating a map first guide for new comers to the neighbourhood. 

This will first facilitate people who moves to a new area or tourists visiting a new place. 

Data from the city of melbourne will be a good start for the app. 

Quantitative information will be generated through a data-mining algorithm to present. 


Team Name: 

Career Move is an interactive website that tracks and compare’s regions based on the economic performance over time of 19 Australian industry sectors.  It allows early indication of performance trends and is intended as a decision-making aid for international and local investors and people considering relocation.  It provides information on investment options and an investment opportunity and warning system as sectors grow and shrink.