[27-28.11] Shape my City

Welcome to our second episode of the Open Hackdays (read about episode one here), which will take place on November 27-28 at the Laboratory in Lucerne. This yearly event series is organized by the students currently attending the master’s degree course in Applied Information and Data Science at the Lucerne University of Applied Science and Arts in collaboration with opendata.ch.

In this episode, we’re all about the city of Lucerne. Together, we want to drive the city forward to become a smarter digital Lucerne to make city life more ecological and resource-saving and increase equal opportunities for its citizens and visitors. Participate in this event and solve real challenges around the City! Let’s collaborate to transform Lucerne for a better tomorrow.

Read more at Opendata.ch …

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Looking forward to seeing how the organizing team we’ve been coaching and supporting manages next week with the demands of an online hackathon! For a sneak preview of the sehr tolle Challenges, visit the online platform and if you are registered, log in via Slack to Join and show your support for an idea.

Screenshot from 2020-11-20 11-17-53

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The team wanted a challenge board with a summary of all the projects. Good idea, I thought, and wrote a dynamic Vue.js grid. Feel free to use, fork or steal :cowboy_hat_face:


The results are now available on hack.opendata.ch, along with the possibility to download Presentation recordings (:lock: Hackdays2020):

106: Quality of Life in Lucerne

10 - 2000-Watt-Site - Reduction of energy consumption

11 - Reduce car rides at traffic peak hours

9: 360° Stakeholderfeedback

03. Solar Energy in the City

Drug Sharing Ecosystem Driven by Blockchain

06 Quantification of visitors of cultural events in Lucerne

12: Find energy inefficient buildings in the city of Lucerne

08. Open Social Spaces

04: Consumer behavior of the population in the canton of Lucerne

103 - Geovisualization of simulated building energy demands

102: Small Neighbourhoods

104: Flat finder for seniors

105: Netto- Null in den Quartieren?

Thanks to everyone for participating and to the HSLU team for doing a great job of organizing the event despite the switch to virtual! There are some impressions and pics in the university’s press release: