Apps built from Open Data Hub datasets

This section features a list of applications–and their descriptions–built using the Datasets that the Open Data Hub team makes available.

Applications are grouped according to their status in three categories:

  • Production status. These applications are already used in production environment.

  • Development status, aka beta stage, shown by the This application is in beta stage badge. Application in beta stage are developed actively and might already be suitable for a production environment.

  • Experimental status, aka alpha stage, shown by the This application is in alpha stage badge. Applications falling in this category are in the early stage of development, and might be for example, a proof of concept or the outcome of a hackathon. They might not be maintained or developed further and should not be considered mature enough to be deployed in a production environment.

If you are developing one application with the data provided by datasets of the Open Data Hub project, send an email with a short description, an email contact and its status and we’ll add it to the list.

Production Stage Apps

  • https://www.suedtirol.info. This portal is the official touristic site of the South Tyrol region. It uses the data extracted from the Datasets in the Tourism Domain to display events in the region of South Tyrol and other useful information to help tourists organise their holiday in South Tyrol. All information are available also for every region that composes South Tyrol, including historical remark and proposed taste itinerary.

    Additionally, it is also possible to subscribe to the newsletter, to browse or search for events and points of interest. For most of the points of interest there are suggestions for hiking tracks or walks to reach them.

    Hotel description and availability with options for booking are additional services offered by the site.

  • South Tyrol Guide, the official smartphone app for exploring and experiencing South Tyrol, available for both Android and iPhone mobile devices. This app offers all the functionalities of the above-mentioned web site, plus the ability to locate events, points of interest and the like near your current position.

Beta Stage Apps

  • https://mobility.meran.eu. This web site is the first example of a Mobility-as-a-Service application; it includes real-time information of multiple mobility services, like public transportation, places of interests, car sharing services, parking lots, and more in the city of Merano/Meran.

  • https://mobility.bz.it/ This web site is the counterpart of the previous one for the city of Bolzano/Bozen.

  • https://parking.bz.it. A web site that displays the real-time parking availability of off-street parking lots in South Tyrol. On mobile devices, it can also show directions from your current position to the chosen parking lot.

  • http://traffic.bz.it. Some streets in South Tyrol are monitored for real-time vehicular travel times; the data collected are used by this web site to show traffic slowdowns or jams.

  • http://bus.bz.it. This web site shows the real-time positions of the buses managed by the public transport operator SASA. Urban or suburban bus lines can be shown, and for each bus can be shown the next few stops and an estimate of the arrival time.

  • http://map.clean-roads.eu. One of the CLEAN-ROADS project outcomes, this web site shows real-time data of the meteorological stations that are situated along public streets.

Alpha Stage Apps

All the projects listed in this section have been built during various hackathons and must be considered as Experimental. This application is in alpha stage

Projects developed during the Summer Lido Hackathon 2018

  • South Tyrol Crime Scene (STCS) is an interactive thriller combining traditional storytelling and augmented reality.

  • SAMA - Smart Application Medical Appointment is a prototype for the booking of appointments in the South Tyrolean hospitals.

  • IFC Converter and AIVRTour is on the one side a converter of 3D reality data formats (form ifc to dae/obj), while on the other side it applies AI to virtual reality for museums, real estates, and on tourism.

  • Travel & Win is an app for South Tyrol tourists that can collect points to receive gifts.

  • Memorama Get your pictures printed on paper and delivered to your hotel.

  • Sportmap.net Creation of a OpenData map with trendy sport locations, courses, & events.

  • Game of Alps Get unique experiences by completing challenges around South Tyrol. Gather crystals and collect rewards from local tourist offices. Additionally get discounts for restaurants and entrance tickets.

Projects developed during HackTheAlps 2018.

  • Activity Crystal goal of the project was to build something simple & fun that gets people off their couches.

  • Explore South Tyrol aims at providing the user with a new experience when visiting South Tyrol. The user can discover and share cool new places in South Tyrol in a truly immersive way.

  • Offtrack is an app that bridges ski rentals, skipass sellers, and insurances, to create a new kind of business, centred on the safety of ski enthusiasts.

Projects developed during Vertical Innovation 2018.

  • Smart Bivouac is the project that won the Cassa di Risparmio / Sparkasse award at the Hackathon. The idea on which the project is based is to avoid crowded bivouacs in the South Tyrolean area with the use of LoRa technology, that helps in booking a place in a bivouac.

  • RESK is the project that won the Wuerth Phoenix award at the Hackathon, which had the use of Open Data Hub data in its criteria. The goal of the project is to reduce the first intervention times, for EMT and first-aider to react more promptly to help requests and save more lives.

  • Back forth has the goal to solve the commuting problems in South Tyrol with an eye on eco-friendliness and Open Source .

  • Pool me aims at promoting carpooling in South Tyrol by logging and storing all rtavels done.

  • WideOpen is a change management platform that helps companies in adopting flexible working hours policies in order to make the rush hour a relic of the past.

Moreover, the following applications use the Open Data Hub as a feature, but not as their core.