The Future Makers material covered a wide range of topics: Introduction to coding […]
During the 2014 summer, Future City Glasgow gave hundreds of children throughout the […]
Future Makers introduce children and young people to programming. The open source materials are available for anyone […]
A workshop to explore wearable technology and learn how to program them using LED lights […]
This workshop introduces the Future Makers to the basics of games design in […]
After planning a future makers event, an introduction to coding and building a DIY Gamer, the Future […]
‘Future Makers’ give children and young people a taste of programming, from website and […]
‘Future Makers’ gave hundreds of children and young people a taste of programming, […]
How do you map the journey of a batch of carrots from the […]
We’ve all heard it, whether it be from parents or grandparents, “In my […]
OPEN Glasgow Future Maps project was at The Bridge in Easterhouse on Sunday […]
“I’ve lived here for two years and I’m never moving”, said one resident […]
This week, the Future Makers summer camp has given a group of Glasgow […]
Energy is a pressing problem for Glaswegians – but they don’t know where to turn for solutions.
Take a peak at the icons of the upcoming dashboard
Which team will win the final allocation of £20,000 seed money to further develop their future city transport innovation?
The 13 teams working on transport in the future city at the Riverside museum this weekend.
The judging criteria.
Being able to adapt to the environment around us is a cornerstone of success and prosperity.
How friendly our streets are to walkers?
The Redlines share their insights. Glasgow’s health challenges are deeply rooted and will […]
Ten teams gathered in The Hub in Glasgow’s Pacific Quay. Their objective: create […]
Future Hacks mentors help participants reach their full potential… and have fun along the way.
We’ve now kicked off our 3rd Future Hacks hackathon, on the Health theme. […]
The Future City Ambassadors will work with a wide range of communities in Glasgow
Come to the hack with a starter idea – a seed or a thought-through idea. Refine it with other participants and see a new concept emerge.
We’ll be running a live data session on twitter discussing the datasets that we are presenting.
Guest writer Nick Christian tells us about the sharing economy, which is gaining momentum from Brixton to Bridgeton.
OPEN Glasgow gives hundreds of children throughout the city a taste of programming.
Of the four themes for the OPEN Glasgow Hacks, I’m going to suggest that the health one is going to be the most challenging
After two and a half intense days at Future Hack #2, Mavericats are the winners of £20,000 with their idea for an energy reporter system for use in council buildings in Glasgow.
Glasgow includes some of the most deprived areas in the country but what does this mean?
It is Saturday afternoon, lunch has been served for re-energising the #hackglasgow participants, […]
These FAQs will help you prepare for the events.
Gavin Slater and Ciaran Higgins, both working on several energy demonstrator projects for […]
OPEN Glasgow invited Glasgow photography students to capture the Future City. The photographs […]
“I have done quite a bit of lecturing, teaching and tutoring but, compared […]
Glasgow was part of a small group of forward-looking cities supporting innovation by being part of National Hack The Government.
A set of stories to explain the Future City
Using storytelling to imagine future city services
The 48-hour journey: from an idea to solution.
What might public safety look like in the future?
What skills do citizens need to take part fully in the Future City?
After more than 48 hours of intense focus and very hard work indeed, the 11 MSGlasgow co-creators win £20,000.
The #hackglasgow teams now have less than 18 hours left to perfect their prototype and concept before the final judging.
It is now Day 2 at #hackglasgow in the South Block studios and we are thrilled to have so many talented people taking part.
Day 1. Friday night: it is almost midnight at South Block and #hackglasgow is well underway.
Hackathons need much more than programming, they need ideas. Take a chance: pitch your idea
OPEN Glasgow celebrates Open Data Day
30 facts about the city to get you thinking: how you can make a difference? We need your help: what do you know about the city?
It is time. The very first Future Hacks #hackglasgow hackathon is this weekend! Tomorrow we get started.
Hackathon veterans share their tips
The traditional view is that Public Safety is what keeps us from harm […]
Sarah Sall, a member of the Woodlands Community Garden team, tell us about an exciting event taking place next week.
The OPEN Glasgow Hackathon posters have hit the streets! Can you spot them?
Participants get ready for Future Hacks
O Street collaborate with creative agencies, who on other projects are ‘sworn enemies’. Read more.
Next month is the first Future Hacks event. Why not get involved?
Somewhere in the East-end of Glasgow, something remarkable is happening.
From the start, OPEN Glasgow has built up a lot of positive engagement […]
Dedicated cyclist Martin McKay shares his reflections of being an active traveler in Glasgow during the last decade.
Meet John. John leaves his house at 8.20am on the Southside of Glasgow, drives north on the M77 then the M8, gets off at exit 15, parks on Wishart Street and arrives at work around 9am at Glasgow Royal Infirmary.
Following a detailed analysis phase, Future City | Glasgow, the Technology Strategy Board’s […]
Open Data Officer Tayo Sofeso attended an annual meeting of experts and enthusiasts to discuss advances in geospatial data.
Recently, the Future City | Glasgow team held their first in-house Show ‘n’ Tell.
The Glasgow data portal in its present form is only a month old and already getting a lot of attention.
“OPEN Glasgow brings design thinking and clear communication to the heart of the organisation.” A statement from our procurement team.
Can you take a blank sheet of paper and a pencil then draw a map of Scotland?
It’s our way of saying “bear with us while the dust settles” but we hope it never fully settles.
Gordon Matheson, Leader of Glasgow City Council, officially launched the Future City | Glasgow Data Portal.
Reporting from the second day of the OpenStreetMap ‘State of the Map Scotland 2013’ unconference.
Open Glasgow will be running hackathons across the city in 2014, starting in February.
Open Glasgow took part in the Start-up Weekend Glasgow Cleanweb edition.
On October 25th 2013, Glasgow welcomed the Start-up Weekend for the second time.
Data owners sometimes find opening up data a daunting prospect and worry about the security and privacy implications.
Iain Langlands, GIS Manager for Glasgow City Council, and Geospatial Technologist Paul Georgie win acclaim at AGI conference.
Jennifer Tough is the Media Manager for the Start-up Weekend Glasgow’s 54 hour […]
I would like to introduce you to #electricmary, an e-bike and the latest […]
Ever the pioneer, our very own Glynn Staples helped organise the first Glasgow […]
Scott Durham, the Events Co-ordinator at Future City | Glasgow, is planning Glasgow-based […]
Public health is a major concern for society, and physical activity is one […]
Have you ever glanced at the certificates on the wall of your local […]
The Design Council in London are holding a series of round table discussions. […]
Paul Georgie is working for the City Technology Platform as the City Engagement […]
Statistician Clare Taylor, working within the City Technology Platform project for Future City […]
Glynn Staples is a City Data Project Officer within the City Technology Platform […]
Sole traders, limited companies, co-operatives, partnership and third sector organisations read on! Future […]
Want to know if there is a traffic incident where you’re heading? How […]
Pippa Gardner is the Project Manager for the Future City | Glasgow City […]