EasyPark Application

Project Info

Team Name

Christchurch independence movement

Team Members

Craig and 3 other members with unpublished profiles.

Project Description

Save emissions by crowd-sourcing car parks through the use of our parking application
In 2022, the Christchurch Residents Survey revealed that over 51% of residents were dissatisfied with on-street parking. To address this challenge, we embarked on a mission to create a smarter, greener parking solution.
We have developed a parking application that offers real-time information, promoting hassle-free parking while contributing to reduced carbon emissions. We have developed several functions to support our ideas, including a real-time map, reward systems, weather/road condition check, Carbon Emission Calculator, and more.

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Data Story

Our innovative parking app combines convenience, sustainability, and community engagement. By simplifying parking, reducing emissions, and supporting local businesses, we're shaping a greener and more connected future for our city.

Evidence of Work



Team DataSets

smart view

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residents survey

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Challenge Entries

Aotearoa Citizen Survey Actions

Best Solution to Citizen City Concerns

Go to Challenge | 7 teams have entered this challenge.

Reducing carbon emissions in households

Build a platform that can help households in New Zealand reduce their carbon emissions. Food production, transportation among others are major contributors of emissions. Can you help New Zealand reach net-zero by 2050 and reduce emissions by 50% by 2030?

Go to Challenge | 7 teams have entered this challenge.

Measuring Emissions – Where should we start? Standardising data for tracking, monitoring, and reporting emissions

Climate change is forcing governments and regulators to enforce stringent norms for businesses to reduce emissions and address environmental risks. There is no standard framework for reporting ESG and climate related risks, leading to non-uniform data. How can this issue be addressed to help organisations better report on their emissions?

Go to Challenge | 13 teams have entered this challenge.