Increased commercial applications of data held by Northern Territory Government made available through the future Darwin city smart city platform.
- Switching on Darwin was funded by The Australian Government, Northern Territory (NT) Government and City of Darwin
- Empowering businesses, governments, and people to make data-driven decisions for increasing prosperity and citizen wellbeing.
- The City of Darwin Open Data Hub includes (but is not limited to) datasets on public wi-fi, parks and facilities, transportation, street food, administration, infrastructure, environmental and utilities.
- The City of Darwin delivered educational sessions between October 2019 and March 2020 regarding the Switching on Darwin initiative.
- Meetings have been held with the City of Darwin ‘Smart Cities’ project representatives.
- Information sessions were provided to business and industry in 2019 through the Business Innovation Network NT.
- Hosted three Charles Darwin University Masters graduate students who assisted with undertaking a project to increase commercial applications of data held by NT Government to contribute to the platform.
- In the early stages of Switching on Darwin, there was data being shared on the Civica Analytica platform between NT Government and the vendor.
- 5 February 2020 - The Conversation: Darwin’s ‘smart city’ project is about surveillance and control
- 19 June 2019 - Smart Cities World: Darwin completes Australia's largest smart city project.
Last updated on 15 December 2021