IDA (Infocomm Development Authority) is organizing the ‘Data in the City’ Hackathon from 2nd to 4th August 2013 in partnership with UP Singapore.
Join urban planners, architects, sustainability experts, economists, researchers, developers and designers to co-create new hacks which will help Singapore become a more liveable, responsive and sustainable city. This hackathon will tackle the issues of Mobility, Governance, and Smart Buildings.
Find out more: upsingapore.com/data-in-the-city
Singapore is one of the most well-planned and smart cities in the world. However, with the population projected to increase to 6.9 million residents by 2030, the city’s infrastructure is sure to face challenges in the areas of mobility, governance and smarter buildings. With this hackathon, there is great potential for you to create solutions which could improve the daily lives of millions of Singaporeans.
Whether you are a developer, architect, sustainability expert, policy maker or just want to learn more about smart, sustainable cities, get yourself to ‘Data in the City’ Hackathon and use your skills to create great impact!
Date: Fri, 19th July - Sun, 21st July 2013
Venue: JFDI.Asia, 71 Ayer Rajah Crescent #05-16 Singapore 13995
Fee: Free (with $15 refundable deposit)Deposit will be refunded when you check-in during the hackathon weekend.
Sign up now: http://data-in-the-city-mg.eventbrite.com
Please RSVP by registering on the EventBrite pages above. RSVP via Meetup pages is NOT accepted.