Which team will win the final allocation of £20,000 seed money to further develop their future city transport innovation?
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.
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.
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 […]
“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.
The 48-hour journey: from an idea to solution.
What might public safety look like in the future?
After more than 48 hours of intense focus and very hard work indeed, the 11 MSGlasgow co-creators win £20,000.
The OPEN Glasgow Hackathon posters have hit the streets! Can you spot them?
Next month is the first Future Hacks event. Why not get involved?
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.
Jennifer Tough is the Media Manager for the Start-up Weekend Glasgow’s 54 hour […]
Scott Durham, the Events Co-ordinator at Future City | Glasgow, is planning Glasgow-based […]