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Smart Dublin Challenge

Smart Technology Solutions to help scale up cycling in Dublin

Up to €100,000 seed fund to pilot new cycle ideas

Dublin City Council through their Smart Dublin regional initiative have recently launched an SBIR call for tenders which are relevant to the software development sector. The call is online on eTenders plus they are having an information event in Enterprise Ireland offices on the 23rd March at 10:00, full details below. The tender closes at the end of April and attendance at the information event is not mandatory.

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Data Stories

  • Fix Your Street

    Crowdsourced data incorporating mobile for citizens to report non-emergency problems like litter, graffiti, broken lights or road defects. Read on

  • Is Dublin Busy?

    Find out the best time to come into Dublin town to do your shopping, park your car, or grab a dublinbike. Read on

  • Local Authority Finances.com

    Find out how local authorities spend their budgets. Compare local authorities with each other, with the national average, and download the source data. Read on

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    Dublin Dashboard

    Access a wide range of datasets about the city and a suite of visualisation and analysis tools. Read on

  • Fingal Open Data

    Dominic Byrne explains how Fingal Open Data is helping people gain an insight into local government, understand local issues and propose new ideas. Read on

  • ParkYa

    ParkYa mobile parking app uses Dublinked open data to help cities make their parking information more accessible to the public. Read on

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Upcoming Events

Mar 23, 2016 @ 10:00 am - Mar 23, 2016 @ 12:00 pm

Smart Technology Solution to help scale up cycling in Dublin

Enterprise Ireland, Dublin

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From the Blog

X-Gov Hack Your Way Day

Where? NDRC, The Digital Exchange, Crane Street, Dublin, DO8HKR9 When? 10th February 2017 What is it for? Using open data from DCCAE, LGMA, HSE, eHealth Ireland and other Government Bodies; the aim of the hack is to make finding and using government services easier – with particular emphasis on the use of EirCodes. Who can go? […] Read on

#HackAccessDublin – Join the Mobility Movement

  Innovators from the engineering, design and technology fields are invited to use their talents and interest in social impact to help Hack Access Dublin make Dublin’s transport system accessible to people with mobility problems. Hack Access Dublin is a for purpose hackathon happening in Google over the weekend of 25-27 November. It is being […] Read on