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The livestream recordings are available in our YouTube channel. You can also find the final presentation videos directly linked on individual project pages. Thanks for participating & watching!

Opening Ceremony
Introduction to the event, and a presentation from Raphael Bovier introducing us to swisstopo data sources and helpful resources to get started.
Speakers Corner
Presentation by Ilya Boyandin of geodata visualization tools from Unfolded, and a discussion of project ideas and kickoff strategies with hackathon participants.
Speakers Corner (our apologies for issues with the video in first 5 min)
Featuring Simon Rösch from Ubique introducing the Open Mobile Map SDK. We take a look at the first set of projects being worked on by the teams.
Speakers Corner (presentation in German)
With our guest speaker Martin Nevosad from Luucy, we see how swisstopo data is used to power next generation applications in urban planning. Working with 3D building and terrain data for topics like solar power modelling are being discussed.
Speakers Corner
We find out how Swiss company MapTiler makes a truly global impact with geodata from Petr Pridal, who shares their tools for transforming and visualising open government maps. We then hear from Catherine Spivay on hackathon diversity and bridging communication gaps when working together as a team.
Open Data Day & Final Presentations
The finale of our series features David Oesch on the resilient high-scale geoservices architecture at swisstopo, Oleg Lavrovsky on representing Switzerland in the Open Data Day celebrations, Viktoria Molnar on the open geodata business case at cividi, and (drumroll!) final presentations of the #geohackmin​ project results, and a closing statement by Viktoria on the week's outcomes, acknowledgements, and announcements.

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  This event was made possible thanks to Engagement Migros, cividi’s innovation partner.
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