Urbanization, globalization, climate change, demographic change are all public pressures on people’s quality of life, safety and security. This has put many city authorities in a challenging position to tackle problems, relating to these topics. To address this, we have developed a series of hackathons spread over three months, to challenge our partners and developers to seek new ways to connect, get better insights to foster a better environment and develop a smarter and safer cities.
This event is brought to you by the NSW Government Smart Places Strategy, Oracle Corporation, Slack and Oracle Partner Network. Below are some examples to kickstart your ideation process!
Once you have selected a event to join, you should select at least one of the challenge categories and problem statements to compete in per hackathon. Hover over each tile below to see a list of their potential problem statements.
When submitting your solution at the end of the respective hackathon, your team will need to incorporate or make a reference to least one prescribed dataset released by our Lead Sponsor. These datasets will be released during the opening ceremony.
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Minister for Digital, Minister for Customer Service, NSW Government
Victor Dominello is the Minister for Digital, Minister for Customer Service at NSW Government & Member for Ryde. He has held positions in the Department of Premier & Cabinet, NSW for over 10 years.
Senior Consultant, NITI Aayog
Rama M Kamaraju is a Consultant - Governance & Research at NITI Aayog. He was previously the Sr. General Manager at the National Institute of Smart Government, India. He has 25+ years of professional experience in Public Sector Consulting and Policy formulation.
Chief Executive Officer & Founder, Ascent Solutions
CK Lim is the CEO & Founder of Ascent Solutions Pte Ltd & the CEO of a fully owned subsidiary Borderless Hub, & the CEO of an IOT Blockchain Trade Financing company iTrust Trading. He is also the Chairman of the Singapore Smart Nation Internet of Things Technical Committee
Director, Jakarta Smart City
Yudhistira Nugraha is the Director at Jakarta Smart City. He has a Doctor of Philosophy from Oxford in Cyber Security. He has 7+ years of experience in the Information Technology and security fields.
Head of Data Science & AI, Australian Computer Society
Steve Nouri is a data science leader who has evolved the way people look at AI and innovations. He is an entrepreneur, author, academic and technical manager by profession.
Chief Customer Solutions Officer, CapitaLand Group
Aylwin is the Chief Customer Solutions Officer at CapitaLand Group. He is responsible for industry promotion & customer engagement. He is also the Chairman of AIRmaker and the Director of the Smart Urban Co-Innovation Lab.
Chief Data Scientist, NSW Government.
Ian is the Chief Data Scientist at the NSW Government. He is also an industry professor, global digital economy thought leader, who is involved with several councils on technology.
Senior Expert, Digital Economy Promotion Agency
Dr Supakorn Siddhichai is the Executive Vice President at Digital economy promotion agency (DEPA), Thailand. He was previously a Research Assistant with National Electronics & Computer Technology Center (NECTC) for 16+ years.
Managing Director, Oracle Singapore
Horng Shya is the Managing Director, Oracle Singapore, where she is responsible for managing the company’s operations and setting Oracle’s strategy for growth, performance and profitability. Prior to joining Oracle, she led the Public Sector business at Microsoft Singapore.
Councillor, City of Sydney
Craig Chung is the Councillor at City of Sydney. He was elected in September 2016. Prior to this, Craig served four years as a councillor on the City of Ryde Council. He is passionate about ensuring Sydney is digital-ready to become a Smart City.
Friday, 26 February
Rodney Sowirono – Cloud Specialist, Application Development
Monday, 1 March
Tuesday, 2 March
Kwan Wan – Cloud Specialist Director, Application Development
Ivan Ma – MySQL Principal Solution Engineer
Wednesday, 3 March
Francis Han – Senior Director, JAPAC Solution Center
This session is an introduction to mentor effectively in a Hackmakers hackathon. We will go through:
Thursday, 4 March
Friday, 5 March
This session will announce the challenge categories, datasets and tips and tricks for attendees.
This session is an introduction to match participants into teams, and teams with mentors. It will cover:
The #Smartcities Hack is a series of separate competition events that will span across three different dates. Please note, all times are listed in Australian Eastern Time (AET).
Use the calendar sync function to keep yourself updated on all the updates, ceremony presentations and reminders throughout the hackathon series.
Thank you for volunteering your time and expertise to build innovative solutions! There are few resources you can access.
Thank you for volunteering your time and expertise to mentor innovative teams for this cause! There are few resources you can access.
Mentors and lead mentors will also be invited to dedicated mentor induction sessions, and be invited to the #mentors_private channel on our Slack space.
Thank you for volunteering your time and expertise to judge innovative solutions for this cause! There are few resources you can access.
Judge’s are welcome to contact the organisers directly in a private channel in the Slack space.
Team formation is going to be happening in a number of different potential ways. You will be able to work out who is in your team before the competition starts however you won’t be able to officially register your team on the Hackerspace until the competition launches.
Once you have registered, you will receive a welcome email have access to our our resources, calendar sync and Slack space.
Hackmakers will organise, lead mentors, and mentors with hackathon experience will facilitate teams to maximise their experience. This includes helping match participants to team and skills, debug code, ideate, introduce to the resources and tools, and effectively present their solution.
We will have over AU$25,000 worth of prizes generously contributed by our sponsors and community partners. In every hackathon, the prizes will be distributed in the following method:
Winners and finalists will be distributed irrespective of the selected challenge category.
Finding innovative solutions to bolster APAC's smart city practices and capabilities
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