Petidcare

Project Info

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Team Members


Zehao and 2 other members with unpublished profiles.

Project Description


Petidcare is a cross-platform (developed in react native) application that allows pet owners and pet service providers, especially vets to improve their health and wellbeing. It is a digital platform that enables owners, and pet service providers to securely record/access/track pet information digitally and streamline appointment booking processes.

Petidcare believes pet health information should be easily accessible and shareable while the owners should have full control of their information in their hands. A digital ID is assigned to each pet which links to important pet information and our appointment system uses that to auto-fill pet/owner details for appointments. This ensures vital information including pet medical records is easily tracked and shared via the digital ID. This digital ID is securely serialised and stored on the blockchain which provides privacy and security.

Note: The app is runable and is available on Github (in the source code url). The video also contains some simulations.


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Data Story


With one of the highest pet ownership rates in the world, we have long known that having a pet is a way of life for the majority of Australians. Pets have contributed overwhelmingly to reducing the effects of loneliness, isolation, anxiety and in-activity. Pets also effectively bring routine and discipline to people’s lives helping to improve physical and mental wellbeing, particularly through some of the most challenging aspects of the pandemic such as extended lockdowns and employment loss.

Analysis of recent data shows that there has been an unprecedented rise in pet ownership across the country. However, we are now having a big vet shortage within Australia and currently the veterinary industry is in a mental health crisis. Nearly 70 percent of vets have lost a colleague or peer to suicide and about 6 in 10 have sought professional help for their mental health.


Evidence of Work

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Team DataSets

Industry_benchmarks

Description of Use Helps us to understand and compare with market benchmark

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Migration, Australia

Description of Use The number of movements done by people within the country which helps us to understand the need to have pet medical record transferred

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ACT Geospatial Data

Description of Use Used for enhancing maps displayed in the ACT.

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Dog park Geospatial data

Description of Use Used to locate and plot those pet playground within the app

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All Wellbeing Measures

Description of Use Used to understand the wellbeing measures and formed the idea on how to promote physical & mental wellbeing

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Taxation Statistics 2019-20

Description of Use Helped us to identify & understand the high-pressure but relatively low income of vets which contributes to the mental well-being issue the vet industry is facing.

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Register of ACT Veterinary Practitioners

Description of Use We used this dataset to plot and embed the registered vet practices in our app.

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ACT personal wellbeing

Description of Use We used this dataset to understand how the increase in pet ownerships and stress suffered by the vet industry has changed the wellbeing of the local Canberra community

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Census 2021 data

Description of Use population data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics’ Census 2021 on household location and size and by location, age and gender to get the pet ownership stats per household.

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Challenge Entries

Small business performance indicators

How can we help small business owners to easily compare how their business is tracking across a range of performance indicators compared to other similar businesses?

Eligibility: Use at least one ATO data set.

Go to Challenge | 6 teams have entered this challenge.

The 2021 Australian Census

How might we link the 2021 Census data with open data to highlight or solve a challenge Australians are facing

Eligibility: Teams are encouraged to use datasets from a variety of sources, but at least one must be drawn from the ABS Census 2021.

Go to Challenge | 24 teams have entered this challenge.

Meeting short-term health needs outside of a hospital

How can we use available technologies to support people’s health needs and stay out of hospital?

Go to Challenge | 11 teams have entered this challenge.

Discovering our region’s environment and biodiversity

How might ACT data encourage children and young people to appreciate and engage with Canberra’s environment and biodiversity?

Eligibility: Must use at least one ACT Government data set from the Geospatial Catalogue (actmapi-actgov.opendata.arcgis.com).

Go to Challenge | 11 teams have entered this challenge.

Community wellbeing in the ACT

How should we measure and track the wellbeing of our community as a whole?

Eligibility: Must use at least one ACT Government data set, either from the Open Data Portal (data.act.gov.au) or the Geospatial Catalogue (actmapi-actgov.opendata.arcgis.com).

Go to Challenge | 9 teams have entered this challenge.