Adelaide Smart City State Champion

Supported By: 
Department of State Development and Adelaide City Council

Best entry that uses technology to transform its infrastructure and make better use of energy, resources and services.

 

Eligibility Criteria

The concept which is the most transformative. The winners must be willing to work with the Adelaide Smart City Studio. Must use South Australian data discoverable on https://data.sa.gov.au/.

UNLEASHED POSSIBILITIES

Team Name: 
Unleashed Unknown

Mixing and Matching Toxic Wastes - Using various toxic wastes from multiple sources (unrelated firms) in various combinations to neutralize them and maybe generate useful products.

Greenu

Team Name: 
Torange Juice

Greenu is an interactive poster series that enables people from all ages to learn about public gardens, in a fun and active way.

Pulse

Team Name: 
Aragorn

The Pulse of the City is an interactive pusle map of social media trends to visualise a city’s heartbeat in real time.

The value proposition of our web application is that it can drive a city to thrive by highlighting the trends and events of the city.

Features include:
Real time trend list on the right pane - aggregating and generalising hashtag, geolocations, and analysed images.

List of the cities current events on the left hand side.

Images can be analysed for smiles to give sentiment rating to the events.

QRester

Team Name: 
ElectronicallyE

QRester is a website designed to educate all ages about the histroical buildings and locations all around South Australia. Users of QRester visit the locations shown on the map and scan corresponding QR codes there to learn more about the history of the place. Printing, sharing and direction to locations functionalities are also apparent, along with a sleek interface, making it user friendly.

Smart Asset Management

Team Name: 
Yup Yup Labs

This project uses machine learning, big data, 3D mapping and satellite imagery to provide an asset management system to spot infrastructure defects early, help decision makers make better decisions about what materials and vegetation should be installed and provides real-time information about pricing through an open procurement process.