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Peak hour on trains across Sydney can often mean spending a trip pressed up against someone's armpit or the carriage door with only enough room to breathe in.
And with hints that trains may become even more crowded with the potential cutting of services, the need for innovative solutions to cope with an increasing population and urban sprawl has never been more critical.
This week teams of developers, designers and industry experts gathered at a hackathon battle to develop innovative solutions to transform Sydney into a "smart city".
The event, hosted by energy management company Schneider Electric in partnership with start-up accelerator Blue Chilli, took place over two days.
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