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September 22nd, 2014
HERE Sponsors Brisbane GIS Day Map App Hack

With prize money of $5000 for the winner and $1000 each for the two runners up, taking part in the Map App Hack is an opportunity not to be missed by all the budding and experienced developers out there!

The Map App Hack challenges participants to develop a great entrepreneurial and creative app that makes use of spatial technology and open data on a smartphone app platform.

The competition officially launched on Monday 22nd September and entries close on 1st November. Think you have what it takes? Visit the HERE Map App Hack page for more details and register as a Map App Hacker to get started!

Event hosts GIS People have launched a Competitions page to showcase all competitions taking place on Brisbane GIS Day. They have also been working behind the scenes with the sponsors and exhibitors to develop a great program of talks and demonstrations – more updates are coming soon. You can stay informed on the Brisbane GIS Day Facebook page (www.facebook.com/gisdayau) and Twitter account (www.twitter.com/gisdayau).