Hack n Track

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Team Members


Arun , KeelaByte! , James K , Aditya , Vijay26 , Alexis and 3 other members with unpublished profiles.

Project Description


Hack N Track

Is an interactive educational game developed for all demographics it highlights the importance of waste plastic identification in a fun and interactive way that empowers the user.

We offer a built in rewards system that lets you earn while you scan .

We drop the good drops o0o and not in the Ocean....


#plastic #waste #interactive #recording data

Data Story


As technology is evolving quickly so is the need for data collection in the plastic waste industry. As a team we discovered those datasets don't exist for identification, so in order to create this dataset we are going to have our community engaged in the research by simply asking them to click a picture on our app and submit it.
The submitted picture will then be processed and sent along with the rules and examples to the AWS sagemaker ground truth, where the data will be labelled.
We will use AWS lambda to create the labelling jobs for the AWS sagemaker labeler and will also use it to generate data tables using the output from sagemaker.
This data tables will then be pushed to our output bucket which will be provided to the Scientists.


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Challenges

Track and trace: help end plastic waste

Plastics contaminate Australia’s lands and seas, and challenge our industries, communities and decision makers with an exponentially growing problem. How might we enable and empower Australians to help de-plasticise our country and report plastic waste in our environment for a healthier future.

Go to Challenge | 11 teams have entered this challenge.

Science Tasker

How might we harness the power of the everyday citizen to conduct ongoing scientific research which has been hindered by constraints on travel due to COVID-19

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Find hidden gems within COVID-19 lockdown

The new restrictions on movement in Melbourne have caused increased stress for Victorians. How can we use currently available datasets to show our fellow Australians what is already available for their quality of life within their 5km radius?

Go to Challenge | 13 teams have entered this challenge.

Data Driven IoT Insights for sustainable communities

How can data from connected devices on the wireless Internet of Things (IoT) network be used to make our community spaces - our homes, towns, cities or region - more efficient and sustainable?

Go to Challenge | 14 teams have entered this challenge.