Youth State Champion

Supported By: 
Department of Education and Child Development and Motor Accident Commission

The best aspiring NextGen Entrepreneurs. The team entry demonstrating the most potential and a willingness to learn. Willingness to undertake an entrepreunirial workshop with NVI for up to 30 youth.

 

Eligibility Criteria

The NextGen team with the best concept. The winning team will demonstrate strong team work and willingness to learn. The concept will demonstrate highly technical capability within the team. Must use South Australian data discoverable on https://data.sa.gov.au/

Fish-R-Us

Team Name: 
brachie

 

This app will provide users with places they can fish by area

This app will provide users with places to fish by the type of fish they want to catch

This app will allow users to rate fishing places and comment how good they were

This app will also allow users to add their favourite fishing spots and types of fish to our app

Tchke

Team Name: 
Tchke

The app is about safety. wen You find damage you send evidence to the council to stop dangers in the community.

For example if somebody trips over cracked pavement they can then pin-point the location using the location settings on their device and report the problem back to 
council automatically.

The app uses Google maps to alert other users to the current incidents in their area and change their travel course if required.

Explanation of data sets used - local council maps etc.

Bad Snakes

Cartoon image of a green snake with a forked red tongue looking left
Team Name: 
Bad Snakes

Board game for upper primary children to explore:

  • trends in reportable crime rates over time (snakes)
  • improvements in SASP targets (ladders) 

By playing the game, children (and their parents) can see that