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Project Info

Team Members


2 members with unpublished profiles.

Project Description


We have developed a solution that comprises data from different sources like TERN, IMOS, City of Darwin and Victoria. All of our datasets are listed in our Github Repository


Evidence of Work

Video

Team DataSets

Victoria API

Description of Use Usage of the API to capture soil information.

Data Set

Environmental datasets from darwin

Description of Use We have used environmental datasets for finding climate change and risks in Australia. We have used them so we can forecast future risks for the population and changes in climate change.

Data Set

Datasets from TERN to have climate-change related observations

Description of Use We collected observation from each state by looking for their observatories giving us information on wind, humidity, Co2, O2, among others. We have used this to link our other datasets and find relationship between them

Data Set

Datasets from IMO. The name of our datasets are specified in our GitHub Project

Description of Use We used this data to understand how oceans affect climate change and how they relate to our other datasets in order to investigate and forecast future risks in the oceans.

Data Set

Challenges

🌟 Visualising the soil quality of Victoria

Agriculture Victoria have years of meticulously collected soil quality information. This wealth of data is an incredibly rich resource for farmers, industry and researchers who make decisions based on what’s on, or under, the ground. This might include ecological planning, bushfire mapping or deciding on next generation crops. How would you represent this data to help decision makers?

Go to Challenge | 5 teams have entered this challenge.

🌟 Community open data weather monitoring and alerts system

Develop a digital solution, underpinned by IoT (Internet of Things) data, which is capable of early detection and alerting for weather and climate related risks to the community.

Go to Challenge | 10 teams have entered this challenge.

Australia@Sea: what is our future relationship with the ocean environment?

Our oceans are vital to the world’s economy and provide services for all Australians including food security, industries, tourism, and well-being.

Go to Challenge | 17 teams have entered this challenge.

Thrive or survive: how can we adapt for the future?

What will Australia in 2050 look like?

Go to Challenge | 38 teams have entered this challenge.