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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

    Fix Your Street

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

  • temp_home-isdublinbusy

    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

  • fi-local-authority-finances

    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

  • DublinDashboard.ie Logo

    Dublin Dashboard

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

  • final-open-data-featured

    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

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    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

Dublin City Council seeks Feedback on new Planning Application Interface

Buildingeye is a new user friendly planning information portal, which is being tested by Dublin City Council through the Smart Dublin pilot programme.   We want to make it easier for residents, planners and councillors to find the planning information they need straight from their mobile or tablet.  Click here to use the Buildingeye demo and […] Read on

Knowledge Preservation in the 21st century

Where? TechMeetUp.Space TCube 8/9 Westmoreland Street, Dublin 2. (Next to Palace pub in Temple Bar) When? June 14th 2016 Who is it For? Anyone with an interest in Open Data  and Open Knowledge. What Does it Cost? Entry is free but a donation of €5 would also be appreciated to support continued work by Open […] Read on