Unleashed Onkaparinga

Official Event & Youth Node (South Australia)


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Onkaparinga
Onkaparinga
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On 29 – 31 July 2016, the Government of South Australia will once again run the Unleashed Open Data Competition in partnership with the City of Onkaparinga. Unleashed is the South Australian part of GovHack, the annual International Open Data competition held across Australia and New Zealand.

Now in its fourth year, Unleashed is a competition which draws together government, industry and the community, to reuse non-sensitive government ‘open’ data in new and innovative ways to benefit South Australia.

Each year the Unleashed events attract over 200 participants from across the state. Participants include entrepreneurs, developers, engineers, designers, digital media creators, artists, story tellers, academics, researchers and open data enthusiasts.

Continuing again this year, NexGen Unleashed will have dedicated prizes for competitors 13-18 years of age. Venues will have child safe environment policies and volunteers in place.

This year Seaford library will be the venue for: Unleashed where we hope to attract competitors aged 13-18 years; and the new The Arts Unleashed – Storytellers, encouraging film makers, historians, game designers, marketers and visual artists to use Open Data to create works of art that tell a story in any form.

Over 46 hours, teams create a proof of concept and a video that tells the story of how the data can be reused. Many of the concepts are innovative community apps. There are also many entries that mash up data and display it in an informative visualisation, prototype electronic gadget, stories or a creative artistic display.

For more information about Unleashed, please visit http://uladl.com.


Venue Details

Event Host
City of Onkaparinga - email
Address

Grand Boulevard, Seaford SA 5169

Open/Close times

Friday 29th July
06:00 PM – 09:00 PM
Saturday 30th July
09:00 AM – 09:00 PM
Sunday 31st July
10:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Catering

Friday 29th July – Supper / Saturday 30th July – Lunch/tea / Sunday 31st – Lunch / We will be able to meet dietary requirements as registered and provide healthy snacks/drinks

Building accessibility

Seaford library has good accessibility. The building is one-level, close to car parking, has automatic entrance doors and is wheelchair friendly.

Childcare

N/A

Under 18 participants

We are a Youth Node and will provide a child Safe environment - Guardians must ensure safety to and from events.

Public transport

There are various bus services to Seaford Library. Bus stop 84A (STOP CODE 17100) is directly in front of the library and various bus services stop here or at the local exchange. Consult Adelaide Metro https://www.adelaidemetro.com.au/ for routes to suit your start location and for times. The train service also terminates at the Seaford station and it is a short walk to Seaford library. It is an ideal transport option as there are regular scheduled services from Seaford to the city centre. Again consult Adelaide Metro https://www.adelaidemetro.com.au/ for service details.

Last call for public transport

Please consult Adelaide Metro https://www.adelaidemetro.com.au/ for service details.

Parking

Seaford library has ample and easily accessible car parking. There are car park spaces for those with a disability parking permit very close to the library entrance.

Local Prizes

Prizes that only participants at Onkaparinga can compete for!

Onkaparinga - Best in location (City of Onkaparinga)

Best entry for the location of Onkaparinga (Adult)

Onkaparinga - Best Youth Team in location (City of Onkaparinga)

Best entry for the location of Onkaparinga (Youth)

Onkaparinga Spirit Prize (Seaford Secondary College)

Contributed to a positive experience for all through sharing, caring and actively participating.

State Prizes

Prizes that all participants in South Australia can compete for!

Adelaide Smart City State Champion (Department of State Development and Adelaide City Council)

Best entry that uses technology to transform its infrastructure and make better use of energy, resources and services.

Best Maker (Department of State Development and Adelaide City Council)

The best entry where makers, artists and crafters build machines and art that is driven by, reacts to and is inspired by data.

Connecting Across SA (Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources)

The best entry that supports connecting our regions. The winning entry will build on the strength of our regions.

Growing up Healthy (Department of Education and Child Development)

The best entry that supports youth health and wellbeing. The winning entry appeals to young people.

Helping those who need it (Attorney-General’s Department)

The best entry that helps families to go about their lives. Consider everyday pressures and affordable living options.

Neighbourhood and Community Confidence (Attorney-General's Department)

The best entry that promotes neighbourhood safey and increases community confidence. Everyone deserves the right to go about their daily lives safely and without the fear of crime.

Premier's Prize co-sponsored by Business SA and Chiliad Consulting (Department of the Premier and Cabinet, Business SA and Chiliad Consulting)

The best entry with the most potential to create valuable outcomes for the community. The winning team must be willing to receive mentoring from Business SA and Chiliad Consulting and be prepared to develop their concept with this support. This prize will be linked to delierables beyond the competition.

Premier's Prize co-sponsored by Microsoft (Department of the Premier and Cabinet and Microsoft)

The best adult entry with world scalabillity. The winning team must be willing to participate in the Microsoft program called BizSpark and be prepared to develop their concept with support from Microsoft.

Protecting our Environment (Department of Water, Environment and Natural Resources)

The best entry that takes environmental protection and climate change seriously.

Safe Travel (Motor Accident Commission)

The best entry that promotes road safety behaviour change and education, and is dedicated to the safety of all South Australian road users.

Smart Lifestyles (Adelaide City Council and Department of State Development)

The best entry that support South Australians to enjoy a high quality life in one of the most liveable cities in the world. The winning entry will consider access the internet of things.

Storytelling with a Difference (Department of the Premier and Cabinet)

The best entry that uses data to create works of art that tell a story in any form.

Supporting SA Economy (Department of State Development)

The best entry that supports new and growth industries. The winning entry has the most potential to create jobs, investment, international business, students to study in SA or visitors to SA.

Vibrant Adelaide (Adelaide City Council)

The best entry that promotes Adelaide as a vibrant city.

Youth State Champion (Department of Education and Child Development and Motor Accident Commission)

The best aspiring NextGen Entrepreneurs. The team entry demonstrating the most potential and a willingness to learn. Willingness to undertake an entrepreunirial workshop with NVI for up to 30 youth.

Official State Datasets

Datasets from all over South Australia. Check out the official datasets list for much more!

Newscorp

News Corp Content API (CAPI)

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Local Data Portals

Major government data portals run by your local governments and sponsors. Check out the official datasets list for much more!

City of Onkaparinga

The data portal for all City of Onkaparinga’s data.

State Data Portals

Major government data portals from all over South Australia. Check out the official datasets list for much more!

Adelaide City Council

The data portal for all Adelaide City Council data.

Port Adelaide Enfield Council

The data portal for all Port Adelaide Enfield Council’s data.

City of Onkaparinga

The data portal for all City of Onkaparinga’s data.

City of Playford

The data portal for all City of Playford’s data.

Data.SA

The data portal for all SA Government data.

Local Mentors

Sarah Roberts

Library Officer – City of Onkaparinga Libraries

State Mentors

Alexa Olczyk

Strategic Partnerships Manager – Australian Bureau of Statistics

Damien McDermott

Managing Consultant – IBM

Dave Kuhl

Director, Operational Analytics – Australian Taxation Office

Hayley Sandercock

Data Analyst – Australian Bureau of Statistics

Jasmine Pugh

Library Programs Officer – City of Playford

Jason Plunkett

Deputy Principal – Penola High School

Jennifer Dobak

Manager ABS National Migrants Statistics Unit – Australian Bureau of Statistics

Jesse Bugden

Level 3 Technical Officer – Frisk Retrieval

Jun Qiao

ICT Officer – Hippo Creative

Kath Belcher

Library Customer Service – Playford Library

Lev Makaev

Data Analyst – Australian Bureau of Statistics

Mark Muir

Regional Technology Manager SA/NT – Newscorp

Matthew Turner

Library Officer – City of Playford

Natalie Carypidis

Events and Communications Coordinator – Stretton Centre

Rowan Kelly

Data and Metadata Project Officer – Australian Bureau of Statistics

Spencer Taylor

Library Officer – City of Onkaparinga

Steven Clark

Lecturer – University of South Australia

Tom Saleeba

Programmer – NCRIS Research Data and Infrastructure Group

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State Sponsors

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