Project Clover

Project Info

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Team Members


Kelvin , Owen , Ryan , Colin , Joe , Charlie , Harley

Project Description


Our app is designed to be a tool for the common citizen of all ages to use to report any issues in a public area to the government which would make it easier for the government to resolve these issues. For example, if there was an overflowing bin somewhere someone from the general public would be able to report it. From there it would be messaged to the waste disposal company. If this problem keeps occurring, then the government could add more bins in that area which should hopefully solve the problem. Another feature is the smart waste bins. This is an idea we had where the public bins would have a QR code sticker that you would be able to scan with the app on your phone and then as you deposit trash you would be able to scan the barcode on it. If you scanned both things and the sensor in the bin detected the rubbish going in, you would be rewarded with a certain amount of money or a badge type system. The app is also capable of keeping the user up to date with COVID-19 news, available parking spots, and could also help you locate public spaces near you.

Check out our http here: https://clover.gsg.to


#reports #maintenance #bins #parks #parking #public space

Data Story


We have used all these data sets in our app, and we could use a lot more. On the data website there are hundreds of possible data sets which we could use. If we added all of these then our app would work a lot better, and it would be a lot more useful.


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Team DataSets

Open Street Map

Description of Use This would be the base of the map in the app which we would add to using other data sets.

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Albany CBD Parking

Description of Use We have used it in our app. There is a section where people can find parking bays around the CBD and where they are.

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Manningham Parks and Open Space

Description of Use This would be added to our map to provide more information to the people using the app. This would benefit people that live in Manningham and people that might be going to Manningham.

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Parking Zones - Greater Shepparton

Description of Use We would use this on our map to show were people could park if they wanted to go to a park or public space. It would also be helpful to tourists who do not know where parking is around the city.

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Ipswich Parks and Reserves

Description of Use This would be added to our map to provide more information to the people using the app. Like most of the other data sets we would add this to the map in our app.

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Brimbank Parks and Open Spaces

Description of Use This would be added to our map to provide more information to the people using the app. The more information there is on the map the better it would work.

Data Set

Challenge Entries

BETTER Public Spaces

How do we help ensure everyone feels welcome and safe in public spaces (day and night) regardless of age, gender, ethnicity or identity?

Go to Challenge | 14 teams have entered this challenge.

ROAD TO RECOVERY Public Spaces

How do we build confidence in the community to use public spaces to support economic, social, cultural and environmental recovery, whether in response to Covid-19, or other disasters such as recent bushfires and floods?

Go to Challenge | 12 teams have entered this challenge.

How would you improve online services in WA?

How would you improve online services in WA?

Go to Challenge | 4 teams have entered this challenge.

Hack for a Circular Economy

In order to build a more sustainable community, how might we redesign, rethink, repair and repurpose spaces, places, materials, and digital infrastructure, systems and policies within cities in order to progress social, natural and economic development?

Eligibility: Must use at least one open dataset.

Go to Challenge | 14 teams have entered this challenge.

Getting parking right: matching car parking rates to accessibility

How can we make a difference by making ‘accessibility’ measurable?

Go to Challenge | 4 teams have entered this challenge.