What if you could prevent water pollution, so you can have a nice swim during a hot summer day? What if you could predict your house being flooded, so you can take measures to prevent this? Does this seem far-fetched? It is not. Most of the data to be able to do this is readily available, however most people are not aware and the data is sometimes difficult to understand.
This is the point where you come in. Take on the #WaterChallenge and make this important water data accessible for everyone. This is formulated into the main question:
Come up with ways to visualise the data of the SCOREwater project, plus enrich it with external data sources, to make it interesting and useful for citizens.
*The list of open data-sources will be provided on March 1, the start of the Water\challenge, but you are allowed to use other data sources as well.
** This challenge is accessible for anyone, as long as you are able to visualise your idea. New ideas and existing ideas are eligible for participation. Terms and conditions can be found at the bottom of the page.
> REGISTER FOR THE CHALLENGE HERE <
The #WaterChallenge will be open for your contributions from MARCH 7 until APRIL 10
> HAND IN YOUR CONTRIBUTION HERE <
*This link will be active during the runtime of the challenge