At the Opendata.ch/2018 Conference on July 3, 2018, we will set up a community showcase, supported by «IT rockt!», of new and upcoming open datasets and projects. These will be collected here and promoted during the month of June. At the conference we will have a physical display, as well as opportunities to connect with other attendees for spontaneous meetups around your topic. See opendata.ch/2018 for more information, and contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or additional comments on your submission.
At the «Open Food Data Hackdays» we invite engineers, designers, agricultural and nutrition experts, entrepreneurs and students to jointly develop new solutions for a transparent and sustainable food system based on open food data. During two and a half days, the diverse participants pitch ideas, form teams, build prototypes and ultimately present their results. The next Hackdays are coming up on the 7th to 9th of September at Zugorama in Zug, hosted by Opendata.ch and V-Zug. For the first time in Open Food Data history, we will add hardware aspects and challenges to our Hackdays, under the slogan: "Open Food Data meets Smart Kitchen".
Le vendredi 18 mai 2018, la HES-SO Valais-Wallis a organisé un hackathon sur le thème de l’agriculture à Sierre. Cet événement interdisciplinaire est un marathon de l’innovation d’une journée qui rassemblera agriculteurs, informaticiens, designers et autres curieux de tout bord souhaitant collaborer à la production de prototypes d’outils et de services innovants en lien avec l’agriculture.
Part II of the «Open Food Data Hackdays» in 2018 will continue in February, in Basel. At the «Open Food Data Hackdays» diverse food-interested actors, including big data specialists, software engineers, nutrition experts, farmers, app designers, students and entrepreneurs, are united. This potential is combined with publicly available data on the production, movement, consumption and impact of food, in order to enable groundbreaking projects.
If you care about food, no matter if it’s due to ecological, health, social or gourmet reasons, this is the place to be!
At the «Open Food Data Hackdays» diverse food-interested actors, including big data specialists, software engineers, nutrition experts, farmers, app designers, students and entrepreneurs, are united. This potential is combined with publicly available data on the production, movement, consumption and impact of food, in order to enable groundbreaking projects.
Please visit food.opendata.ch for more information.
Le vendredi 19 mai 2017 aura lieu à Sierre au TechnoPôle (Espace Mérope, TP 10) pendant toute une journée un hackathon sur les nouveaux outils pédagogiques. Plus d'infos ... // Am Freitag, dem 19. Mai 2017 organisiert das Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatik der HES-SO Valais-Wallis einen Hackathon zum Thema “Pädagogik” in Siders. Weiter lesen ...
Can you imagine ways to improve public transport in your city? Do you know or wish to learn how to wrangle, analyse, visualize or communicate with data? Join our upcoming hackathon in Zürich, meet people from the open data community on occasion of Open Data Day - and make an impact together on all the ways we get around!
The Business Innovation food.opendata.ch program supports creative, entrepreneurial and scientific projects in the area of food and nutrition data on their way from the first idea to market readiness by providing new open data, intense coaching and mentorship, and financial support.
Climathon is a global 24-hour Hackathon which will take place simultaneously in more than 50 cities around the world on 28 October 2016. The word "hack" is used to describe how multiple technologies can be used together in a new and innovative way, which is what we will be doing during Climathon Zurich.
To make open energy data, we are going up to the sources of sustainable energy. Developers and designers, data scientists and app producers, experts and amateurs, entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs, concerned citizens and data journalists - we will collaborate as individuals to address urgent energy problems and create critical insights.