Congratulations to DSRS’s Ercan Ezin: after a restless and highly devoted weekend at the 2018 Bristol Data Jam and Hackathon, he and his team – led by Frank Kelly – won the 1st place “Databrain” Award to the Best Project Idea developed to promote citizen services in Bristol with its Open Data platform. The event was co-organised by Bristol City Council, ConnectBristol and UoB’s Jean Golding Institute for Data Intensive Research. The project consisted in a GIS-based tool to promote eco-friendly routes in the city.
Since a tweet is more worth than thousand words, here we go:
It is an honour to be awarded as first place winner of Data Jam and Hackathon event of 2018. All my heart is with my data Jam teammates. #itiscominghome #ecoroadwarriors #digicities @ConnectBristol @JGIBristol @UoB_Engineering @BristolCouncil @DSRS_uob pic.twitter.com/ewgsj2WPWj
— Ercan Ezin (@ercan_ezin) November 25, 2018
Hoping the is one out of many successful milestones for you!
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