Thank you for the 155 great ideas submitted for our second GeoVation Challenge of the year: How can we improve transport in Britain? We were delighted at the quality and scope of the ideas of how you could use geography to improve transport.
A short-list of ideas (below) has now been chosen by the GeoVation judging panel and teams have been invited to develop their ideas at GeoVation Camp, 25 – 27 March, at Ordnance Survey’s new head office in Southampton.
The panel identified that a number of ideas were similar and have invited some ideas owners to form groups to develop their ideas at Camp.
Congratulations to those who have been short-listed and thanks to all who have registered for the challenge, posted ideas and comments.
Whether you were short-listed or not, if you’ve got experience or knowledge to help flesh out the ideas then come along and be part of it, by registering for a place at GeoVation Camp . The most exciting ideas will be chosen to go forward to pitch for a slice of £150,000 in innovation funding from Ideas in Transit (and also up to £10,000 for best use of OS OpenData) at the GeoVation Showcase at Ordnance Survey on 4 May.