Apps4Gaps is an all-Ireland competition aimed at encouraging young people to provide concepts and create applications utilising Open Data freely available.
These apps can benefit society in such areas as transport, housing, planning, education, communications and health. In the process, participants will be encouraged to:
Definition of an App
An app is defined as any piece of software that can be run on a mobile device (mobile app), within a social platform (social app) or in a browser (web app).
The competition is open to teams of two or three participants from any part of the island of Ireland.
Where all team members are students from Irish primary, secondary or third level institutions. Teachers/lecturers must register the team.
Where one or more of the team members are not students. A team leader registers the team.
Teams may enter either a working app or a concept entry:
Entrants must use at least one of the required Datasets from http://data.gov.ie
For the complete information on the competition rules, please go to the RULES section.
Link to 2014 competition results
Please send your feedback and comments on the Apps4Gaps competition to: firstname.lastname@example.org