The result of this extraordinary hackathon were surprising, innovative and ground breaking:
We noticed a strong tendency to fully incorporate the social impact and effect data can have on people’s lives. This happily turned out not to be a challenge dominated by technical aspects of health data. Instead the concern over healthy happy living caused solutions to turn data into helpful assets for citizens and governing services like GGD.
The winners of The Big Date hackathon 2016 are:
- GGD PLAY
This team took on the challenge of the city of Tilburg.
UNLOCK YOUR WORLD. WE BELIEVE IN INSPIRING, MOBILIZING AND UNIFYING CITIZENS IN AND
AROUND TILBURG BY PLAY.
This team worked on the challenge: A voice to vulnarable people
The Gap? The disconnected vulnerables
How can we bridge the gap?
Help and coach by connecting with the vulnerables.
Survivors- can bridge the gap
Out of their own experience, they know the needs, recognize they signals and
can gain the trust of the vulnerables.
The Marvel app
Marvel can provide insights
The item in demand gives information
homeless gender disease Age groups
This team took on the Wildcard challenge: GGD moving forward.
To gather information and data from a group of teenagers that are reluctant to share information, a gamification concept is developed.
In the form of quizzes, entertainment questions are alternated with lifestyle and behaviour questions. The result is surprisingly open and confronting data.