The IATR hack-a-thon that will take place Friday, September 23, 2016. will involve a theme. This theme is broad enough to cover many angles and issues, and is intended to involve broad data sets. The theme of the first-ever IATR hack-a-thon will be based on the focus of the IATR's 29th Annual Conference being held in San Francisco and hosted by the San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency (SFMTA): "21st Century Transportation Regulation - A Vision for Shared Mobility, Multi-Modal Integration & Governance."
The IATR Hackathon begins at 11:30am PST on Friday, September 23 to 11:30am PST on Saturday, September 24, 2016. All deliverables from participants must be submitted for judging by that time. Here are more details on how to submit your entries.
The broad challenge is to analyze the provided data sets to propose ideas that promote shared mobility and multi-modal integration, and/or enhance equity in transportation services for disabled passengers and underserved communities, and/or to increase vehicle safety or reduce motor vehicle crashes, utilizing data sets involving the local, national and international data and innovative solutions:
Many of these data sources require a password (noted with a *). Passwords will be provided to participants at the event.
New York City Data
San Francisco Data
Paper submissions via email or form submissions, that will be reviewed and judged for finalists (or a single finalist, in the discretion of the judges), and for a team or teams to further develop their ideas for the Austin, Texas 2017 IATR conference. In order to maintain consistency and not provide an unfair advantage, all submissions will be written but judges will have the discretion, in a unified manner when convened, to call and ask questions if needed.
The information to be submitted must include the following:
The BRIDGE SF 2016 UC Berkeley Hackathon explores how Shared Automated Electric and Connected (SECA) vehicles will impact the way people and goods move within a city. Participants will be asked to define and solve these challenges:
The winners from the BRIDGE SF 2016 Hackathon are team GoCar! They will present their results at the Phase 2 IATR Hackathon later this month.
Here is their presentation.
Runners up Generate UCI will also present their work at the IATR Hackathon.
Here is their presentaiton.
Each team will present their concepts to a panel of expert judges at the end of the Hackathon starting at 2pm Sunday, September 4th. The judges will evaluate your project based on its value-add to the end users including research academics and institutions; developers and planning departments; and to the general public especially in regards to:
Thanks to the generosity of car2go participants have access to their API for the hackathon.
Here are some data sources that you might consider using for this hackathon:
Automated Vehicles Data
The 2016 Disrupting Mobility Hackathon will take place through two events:
Phase 1: The BRIDGE SF Disrupting Mobility Hackathon at the Institute of Transportation Studies Library, September 3+4
as part of the BRIDGE SF conference.
Phase 2: The IATR Hackathon at the 2016 IATR Conference, September 23 in San Francisco.