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About the Challenge
Transport for NSW (TfNSW) is challenging innovators to come up with digital solutions to help people navigate our Tourist Drives and get the most out of tourist road trips in NSW for when we can travel across NSW again.
Seed funding up to $25,000 is available for successful applicants, if required.
A virtual information session will be held on Wednesday 8 September, providing interested parties an opportunity to learn more about the challenge, what’s on offer, and ask questions about the process. Register for the information session via Eventbrite. Can’t make it on the day? A recording of the information session will be made available on this page after the event.
How the Challenge Works
The information session will be held via Zoom on Wednesday 8 September from 2:00PM to 3:30PM AEST. The information session is an opportunity for developers and interested parties to ask questions and get further information about the challenge.
Applications open on Wednesday 8 September at 5:00PM and close on Wednesday 22 September at 11:59PM AEST. In your application you can address either or both of the Challenge Statements.
Submissions will be assessed and shortlisted by the Evaluation Panel, with finalists then invited to present their ideas at Pitch Day.
Pitch Day will be held on Wednesday 6 October, 2021, during which finalists will pitch their solutions to a judging panel. The best ideas will then be selected to enter the incubation phase. The Pitch Day will be held via video conference.
During the incubation phase teams with support from the Open Data and Innovation team as well as Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) will develop their products to a high quality ready for public release.
Visit our Innovation page for more information on the innovation challenge process and to view case studies from previous challenges.
Open Data for Road Trips and Tourism
Datasets that may be of interest for those developing solutions for the NSW Road Trip Innovation Challenge include:
This article first appeared on opendata.transport.nsw.gov.au
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