The first app that measures time in shower songs wins the second prize at HackatH2On 2017 d'Aigües de BarcelonaWednesday 17 May 2017
The second edition of HackatH2On 2017 d'Aigües de Barcelona was held on 13 and 14 May at Museu Agbar de les Aigües in Cornellà.
20 teams have met to exchange ideas and develop creative solutions to innovate the relationship of the citizen with water services.
Participants must have access to data of Aigües de Barcelona to support their projects and have been able to choose between three challenges: excellence in customer experience, promoting the value of social and water services to the new administration. The format of the solutions could be web, mobile and hardware, among others.
Among the projects presented, the solution of the winning team, composed of Xavier Gil, Toni Trobat and Pedro Vila, known for being a disruptive proposal that encourages savings and cooperative economy. WaterStock, the winning proposal aims with the excuse of a game to understand sections of the water bill and saving, encourage the user makes the move to electronic invoicing, since the game raised would online.
The second prize went to the musical team Save&Sound. Composed by Juan José Vázquez, Juan Salmerón, Marc Vila (all three Fibers and members of the InLab), Laura Benítez, Sandra Martín and Rita Pereira, who submitted an application to measure the consumption of water from the shower and it is linked the songs posted on Spotify.
Among the solutions proposed implementation of virtual personal assistants and to improve the direct relationship between the user and Aigües de Barcelona, the winning team has been OasisBot (formed by Héctor Esteban, Rachid Boukrab, Álvaro Enrich, Albert Monill and Berta Segura) that presented a software customer focused on the social network Twitter.
More information: Aigües de Barcelona