On 20th October 2018, we’re offering a free, one-day event to explore one of the hottest topics in our area – the relationship between traffic and air pollution. We’re hoping you’ll come along to help us find ways to make our area a safer, cleaner and smarter place to live.
Bath & North East Somerset Council will be providing us with an exceptionally unique piece of data for the event. And, if that wasn’t enough, they’ll be sponsoring the day and hosting us in the beautiful Bath Guildhall.
Find out more about this event on our website (http://bit.ly/2OhQq9L).
Who is the event for?
The event is open to anyone, although numbers will be limited to around 40 people. Our events are informal, social, lively occasions that bring together people from all walks of life and from all around the area, to share skills, creativity and ideas.
We’d love for you to join us, whatever your skills or interests. Our events are often attended by software developers, artists, designers and data analysts but we usually have attendees from many varied backgrounds.
We’re also very keen to involve local community groups, campaigners and other organisations, who can offer their expertise and insight. You don’t have to be a boffin to make a big impact at our events.
Get involved early
We're running a series of meetups in the run-up to this event. We've found this to be very useful in helping everyone get up to speed.
26th September 18:30 to 20:30 - BreATHe Data Dive (http://bit.ly/2NcLjLk)
10th October 18:30 to 20:30 - BreATHe Community Introduction (http://bit.ly/2MrhPV5)
17th October 18:30 to 20:30 - BreATHe Preflight (http://bit.ly/2xaEBuL)
Saturday 20th October 2018 at The Guild Co-working Hub
9:00 - Set up & arrive
9.30 - Introduction to the day
9.45 - Brief networking time
10.00 - Hacking begins
13.00 - Lunch available
16.00 - Hacking ends
16.15 - Team presentations
17.15 - Judging begins
18.00 - Winners and prizes announced
18.30 - Clear up & unwind over drinks
Timings and prizes to be confirmed
All of our events are governed by our Code of Conduct (http://bit.ly/2Ndxexz). Please be respectful of each other.
If you need assistance to attend this meetup or have any questions please drop us a message.