Unleash the Power of 3D Data for Dublin.

April 9, 2019


Dublin’s first 3D city data hack takes place from the 10-12 May at 1 Windmill Lane, The Docklands. 

This Hackathon aims to engage anyone with an interest in 3D data and the built environment, from those working with BIM (Building Information Management) to App and Game Developers, Urban Planners and more!

The Hackathon is being organised by Dublin City Council (via the Smart Docklands Programme) and the Grangegorman Development Agency. Other partners include the Public BIM and the Open Data Unit, the Department of Community and Rural Development and the Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) funded Building City Dashboards Team at the University of Maynooth and D3D.

We are seeking new solutions, applications and services addressing 4 Challenge Areas:

  • Transportation, Mobility & Environment
  • Urban Planning & Digital Construction
  • City Infrastructure & Asset Use
  • Civic Engagement & Serious Gaming

Register before 29 April.   For further information, including how to register see 3ddatahack.ie