Track: Digital Nation's Infrastructure
The house that thinks for you
A digital infrastructure that enables houses to manage upkeep as an autonomous enitity and provides house owners with fitting house improvement suggestions.
The Winning Solution - The Ledger
A self-conscious house that manages all your house related bills and home improvements, which is capable of monitoring government issued subsidies and apply for these when the house framework matches the subsidy. This way, the house owner is relieved of house-related management tasks and the need for being aware of each government issued subsidy. Only recognized contractors are able to join the reversed marketplace where they can bid for house related jobs like installing solar panels. The house will suggest the most fitting contractor, however, the final decision lies with the house owner. The government benefits from this systems as it can monitor the progress of its subsidies and tailor it if needed.
The Blockchaingers Hackathon Impact Canvas
All 15 relevant topics for building and growing the solution of a team are present in this canvas. Beginning at the top left, with problem and MVP, to impact on society in the middle and legal and technical challenges on the right. The bottom is reserved for acceleration of the solution.
The solution in three slides
The teams have been challenged to explain their solution in three slides. During the awards show, the winners presented these solutions on stage to the blockchain ecosystem.
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Wouter Constant: Introduction to the Digital Nation Infrastructure track
A #house paying house-related bills, making suggestions when to make improvements, suggesting a contractor and even applying for matching government #subsidies. This is #TheLedger, winner of #Digital #Nation's #Infrastructure track. @KvK_NL @Het_Kadaster https://t.co/ePiHnbn8oG— Blockchaingers (@blockchaingers) April 25, 2018
New Kids on the Block
Right now, everyone pays the same for a parking license, regardless of use. These New Kids on the Block want to change that, by creating a de facto ‘pay for what you use’ system, by allowing you to sell the parking time you are not utilizing back to the municipality. In the long term, you will be able to sell it to market as well. At this stage, they see options to do local testing with guest parking licenses to grow the use case and expand implementation over time.