SoNewy was a tech-infused open hackathon hosted at Eighteen04 which saw teams get hands on with emerging technology to create foundation elements for a vibrant, liveable city.
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Budding innovators and entrepreneurs can upload their own forward-thinking into Newcastle's future economy through a series of upcoming Smart City engagement activities. Part of Smart Move Newcastle and a collaboration between Eighteen04 and the City of Newcastle, a series of events aim to encourage local innovation and nurture future industries.
The Urban IoT Hack is an opportunity for local innovators to explore urban challenges in a #SoNewy theme and engage in rapid prototyping of Newcastle IoT integrated solutions. Here’s our primer on what to expect and why we’d love to have you join in.
Eighteen04 are hosting “So, Newy” - an Urban IOT Hack from 25-27 October 2018 to help teams Connect, Build + Inspire - our rapid prototyping event invites cross-disciplinary teams from IT, Business, Design, Sociology, IoT, Engineering and Environment Science backgrounds for pilot opportunities with their concepts.
Anditi join the roster of Eighteen04 residents in March 2018, creating new potential for this leading edge group of smart city ventures and entrepreneurs.
In the May 2017 edition of Create magazine, Engineers Australia profile the work of Andrew Mears, Founder of SwitchdIn and one of the CoFounders of Eighteen04. Courtesy and copyright Engineers Australia.
Newcastle’s local clean energy technology and smart city startup venture hub, Eighteen04, are thrilled to be part of the NSW Government’s new investment in the historical Newcastle brewery site.
Through the NSW Government’s Jobs for NSW program and Hunter TAFE, Eighteen04 are building on their initial track record of supporting creation of new ventures in clean technology, known as ‘cleantech’ and smart city technologies, building the next generation of Australian based technology ventures.