The Fueled 2014 Hackathon - In support of the White House Safety Data Initiative
On September 20-21, Fueled is hosting it’s first Hackathon in support of The White House Safety Data Initiative. We’re bringing together the best developers, designers, and product experts in New York to build innovative applications based on data from the White House Public Safety Data Initiative. We’re throwing the Hackathon at the Fueled Collective in Soho in the heart of New York City.
We’ll be offering some exciting amenities during the hackathon including massages, group yoga plus catered lunches and pizza breaks to keep us Fueled.
Teams of any size are welcome to join in on the fun. We’d like to attract a diverse group of designers and developers from across the city. You must be prepared to work through the day/night on September 20-21 - we promise a fun and productive time! Teams must work and present onsite at the Fueled Collective in New York.
A good submission will have a description of the project, and a proposed end goal. If you are looking for additional team members to join you, let us know your specific requirements about who and what you need. If you want to be judged on the 21st against other entrants in your category, please specify from below which category you want to be judged in. Only one category per entrant.
How to enter
There are four tracks for this hackathon:
- Crime/law enforcement
- Emergency response
- Natural disaster response
- Public safety/social issues
All hackers will need to submit a project to one of the four tracks. Please note in your submission if you wish to be judged against others in your track. Entrants that wish to have their projects judged will need to be ready to present a prototype by midday on September 21st.
Senior Developer, Pindrop
CEO, Fueled Collective
Developer Evangelist at Esri who specializes in programming against both ArcGIS Server and our SAS offerings.
@GetNuCivic / @Nuams co-founder; former NYS Senate CIO; social entrepreneur; planetary geologist; synthesizer
Hackathon Wizard; Founder, CivSource. Writer, Author.
Esri Technology Evangelist
Because the data is public safety data, we want to make it usable by all types of people and populations. As such, design is critically important so the application can be used easily by individuals of all technical ability.
Meeting a clear need
Projects will be judged on whether they meet a clear need with the data.