A mobile application that co-ordinates the public in searching for missing persons.
The SNAP RANGER app aims to engage the local community with the Gold Coast wildlife.
Luke took it upon himself to lead his team (to victory) and seek support where required, after he wasn't sure if he should take part due to his skill level.
Responsible for organising the hack
Josh is a serial volunteer, developer and peer mentor. His latest stint has been co-running Studio39.
Tanya has been in local government for over a decade, working to strengthen ties with industry.
Jolon is a senior ICT lecturer who runs Griffith's App Factory and a past GovHack Host.
Helping our competitors out
Paul brings more than 15 years of experience designing, building and teaching engaging and elegant digital user experiences.
Nathan brings years of web and application development experience to our mentor team.
Kelvin has years of experience in software consulting for government, health, banking and retail amongst others.
Darren is currently Coordinator Digital Design and Data, leading a team of data scientists, data integrators and data architects.
Fernando has more than a decade's experience in GIS from both an applications development and sys admin level.
David is the Director of Digital Economy Development within the Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation.
Angelique is the Principal Project Officer within the Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation.
Jared works in the local IBM Development Lab and loves teaching people how to use Bluemix and seeing what they build.
Deciding upon our winners
Serial entrepreneur, co-founder of Silicon Lakes and university advisor, Aaron brings a wealth of knowledge to our panel.
John has worked with all levels of government. His latest work has been in information management and open data initiatives, especially in the context of smart cities.
Hunter manages the commercialisation, IP and enterprise activities associated with the digital and creative industries portfolios.
Supporting the hack