Jurnyz by Simon Starr, Jordan Elver and Liam Richardson takes a different look at air quality by helping people understand how their own behaviour affects pollution.
Our Air Quality hack winners scooped £550 for “Fourcast”. Here’s what Adam Reynolds, Ashton Clapp and Steven Borrie (aka Team Slackers) made.
Leigh Dodds won Most Educational prize (£150) by using R to show the effects of wind, time of day and seasonality on pollution in Bath.
AirLapse is a timelapse visualisation of air quality in Bath and won two hack prizes: Best Visualisation (£150) and Best Shipped (£150).
Dave Rowe made an improved version of the current council air quality website, using live data and dynamic charting.
After a busy day’s hacking and weeks and months of preparation from the B&NES Air Quality team and the Bath:Hacked steering group; our fearless judges (Cllr Dave Dixon from B&NES Council, Robin Spalding, the Councils’ Environmental Monitoring Officer and Tom… Continue Reading →
BANES have made their air quality data public and are funding a hack to find innovative ways to use it.
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