GeoVation Challenge 2011 -12 : How can we connect communities and visitors along the Wales Coast Path ?
The challenge ran from 14 March to 2 May 2012, and asked how we could encourage visitors to the Wales Coast Path and help stimulate economic growth in the coastal communities. There were 62 ideas posted and 5 winners shared innovation funding of £126,000
GeoVation Challenge 2011 -12 : How can we transform neighbourhoods in Britain together?
The challenge ran from 9 February to 28 March 2012, and asked: What problems are there in your neighbourhood and what barriers prevent you and your council improving them?
There were 75 ideas submitted and 4 winners shared funding of £116,000.
GeoVation Challenge 2010-11: How can we improve transport in Britain?Launched in September 2010, this challenge called for innovative ideas, using geographic information and other technology,to help reduce environmental, social and economic impacts of transport.Find out about the winners,the judging panel and the challenge process.
The winning ideas and websites
- Mission:Explore (Cycle Path Missions)
- My PTP from Liftshare
- Cyclescape from Cyclestreets
- FixMyTransport Anywhere – mySociety
- @ccess advisR from Integrated Transport Planning Ltd
- London Cycle Map Campaign/ Bikemapper
GeoVation Challenge 2010-11:How Can Britain Feed Itself?Launched in June 2010, a challenge to find how geography could play a vital role in helping connect people to farming and locally produced and sustainable sources of food.Find out about how we ran the challenge, the judging panel and visit the winners websites:
GeoVation Awards Programme 2009 -10.The GeoVation Awards Programme was launched in October 2009 with the aim of helping people, communities and businesses bring their map-based ideas to life for the benefit of societySee links to the winners websites and news release