The theme for this year’s Bath Hacked is environmental sustainability.
Bath: Hacked is a local voluntary Community Interest Company whose aim is too use or create open data to spark innovative ideas and better local decision making. Past projects include a website to display food outlets’ hygiene standards, a iphone app to display data on Bath, a map highlighting deprived area in Bath, a map that provides alerts for you area of Bath (flood, planning applications, crime,house prices), and a website which provides information on historical plagues in Bath.
They are interested in your ideas for this year’s Bath Hacked weekend on the 13th/14th of February, Transition Bath have already provide some suggestions including a presentation on using Schools’ Energy Data to make Bath schools more energy efficient. We would also like to see BWCE’s solar PV site data being made available once again on their website.
If you have any ideas on how data could be used to make B&NES more environmentally sustainable, contact Bath: Hacked here.