The City of Novi Sad and WeLive project partners from Novi Sad have announced a competition for the development of mobile applications based on open data to improve the efficiency of public services in the fields of ecology and culture.
The application is open until December 14th, and after the selection of participants, a hackathon (competition for the development of mobile applications ) will be organized on December 16th and 17th in Novi Sad.
Last Thursday, 30th November, the final of the Hackathon WeLive Bilbao was celebrated at the University of Deusto.
Co-creation of Urban apps was celebrated with four finalist teams that presented their apps.
- Sustainable mobility to events in Bilbao
The app is awarded 1st place for the best artefacts created through WeLive's Service Composer.
- Rich semantic social and open information about restaurants in Bilbao
The app is awarded as the best WeLive app.
Entrepreneurs in Bilbao had an opportunity to meet our project partners and Bilbao Ekintza team on November 28th, and to learn more about the BIG KLUB app at Matiko Auzo Factory.
These days we are quite busy. Our partners organized an Urban apps co-creation workshop on November 28th with aim to present the WeLive methodologies, collaboration dynamics and technological solutions.
We are glad to see people interested to know more, as more than 30 participants attended the event and heard more about the WeLive tools for the co-creation of urban apps: skills and methodologies.
The workshop was organized by Bizkaia Enpresa Digitala in the Bizkaia Technology Park.
On November 27th, our colleagues from Tecnalia organized a presentation of the “Bilbao events” app in the gamified session at the University of Deusto. This event was organized in collaboration with the Bilbao Gazte, and it was quite a success as it gathered young users, private developers and representatives of public administration from Bilbao.
Aiming to present and promote WeLive project and platform as an important part of Smart Cities, to illustrate the potential of the WeLive platform and associated tools to foster and ease the development of urban apps based on Open Data, and to motivate citizens to participate in the platform and application usage, our colleagues from DunavNET participated at the Telfor 2017.
Our partners from Serbia showcased WeLive project during the special session named "Building Smart Society", aimed at presenting H2020 projects currently ongoing in Serbia.
Last Friday, October 27th, our partners EUROHELP and DEUSTO presented BIG KLUB application to Bilbao Ekintza staff in BIG (Bilbao Ideen Gunea) Bilbao premises.
On October 24th WeLive representatives joined the Digital Transformation of Public Administrations event in Brussels, organized by the Directorate General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology (CONNECT), the Research Executive Agency (REA) and the innovation agencies MetaGroup and c*funds.
This Wednesday, October 25th from 7 pm, the citizens of Bilbao (Miribilla neighbourhood) will have an opportunity to play WeLive Urban Apps Poker. The meeting point for all interested to join this event is Santa Maria Josefa Church.
If you’re over 18, bring your Android phone and discover the Bilbozkatu, Bilbon and Auzonet apps, developed as the result of citizen participation.
To sign up, send an email to email@example.com.
More info: http://bit.ly/2xZHYCR
Partners on the project have a busy week. WeLive consortium held the 10th Quarter Meeting in Helsinki on Wednesday, October 18th. Main objectives of this gathering were: reviewing outcomes for Second Pilot Phase and KPIs review.
What’s more, the meeting was a fantastic opportunity to start working on the preparation for the final project review.