Manager   •   over 1 year ago

And the winners are....

Winning team - Challenge 1
Team 30s, No hurry! (Juan Pablo, Maria Paula, Harlam Silva)
Solution: Bilbao is a pioneer in pacifying the city with the full 30kph limit implementation, however is a tough task if the citizens don’t take ownership of it. So, what if we propose to engage all of our citizens into a game towards a 0 overspeed day.
• Using educational radars to register the overspeeding per zip code of the driver and sharing results LIVE with a public counter
• At the end of the game period city council will invest the money from the fines in the winner zip code area, by improving the neighbourhood.
• Using a specific created app to help our citizens monitor their own speed, emissions, decibels not for punishment but for self awareness, where they can also consult progress of the game and report road incidences What’s in it for everyone?
The main innovation of this project is: the transformation of Bilbao in the biggest real time game, with healthy competition between citizens. Citizens will own the challenge and will become traffic and road information sources.

Winning team - Challenge 2
Team Lasai-Lasai (Gorka Pradas & Maria Savall)
Solution: To reduce the adverse effects of the way that the last mile is nowadays carried out, in this project the group «Lasai-lasai» propose a new sustainable model for goods distribution for the city of Bilbao. This model is made up of infrastructural solutions, the regulation that will support the performance of the infrastructural solution to help them work in the long run, and the active involvement of the stakeholders that take part in the last-mile distribution.
The main innovation of this project is achieving a drastic reduction in pollution, greenhouse emissions, congestion, noise, and traffic accidents.
• With this solution, we are not only succeeding the European objectives of environmental sustainability, but we are also giving more public space to the citizens of Bilbao.
• With this new model, we are not only addressing the current problem of online purchases, but we are also designing a solution for the long term. We are performing a solution that will help us for years to come with the increasing distribution of Internet orders and raising awareness about the impact of receiving the package at home.

Winning team - Challenge 3
Team 3 Nest (Gerard Alemany, Eugeni Llagostera and Fran Ginot)
Solution: «3 Nest group» has created a web application using the Flask framework. The solution is twofold. First of all, the group has extended the dataset provided by the hackathon organizers with other publicly available data and has processed it. Using this modified dataset and loaded it into the Flask application in order to be able to interact with the data using Python and Folium and get insights more easily. Furthermore, the group has computed a danger metric and has named it danger_index. The goal of the index is to give a reasonable measure of the danger that a segment of a bike lane represents. The index is computed from a simple model which represents the intensity of traffic in Barcelona. The intensity of traffic is modelled as a linear combination of two gaussian centered in the morning and afternoon rush hours. «3 Nest group» has chosen expectations, variances and weights with private data and considering more fine tuning of the parameters after this presentation.
The main innovation in this project is: The use of a purely data-driven approach with state-of-the-art geospatial analysis libraries creating a unique algorithm to analyse real data and gather conclusions.


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