SA Case study: Using IT and Crowdsourcing for economic development in low income countries

Where: Adelaide - Oracle Office - Level 19, 25 Grenfell Street, Adelaide
When: Wednesday, March 22, 2017 04:30pm - 06:00pm
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This month's presentation will be a bit different but hopefully of interest to many of you.


Farmers across many semi-arid parts of India rely on groundwater as a primary water source. As water becomes increasingly scarce, new methods for conserving and monitoring groundwater are required. MyWell is an app for tracking and visualising water and rainfall levels, aiming to engage farmers in new conservation methods.

In this presentation we will look at how MyWell was implemented and what it hopes to achieve. We will also discuss how IT and crowdsourcing can be used as an effective tool for development in low income countries.

Speaker Bio

Lewis graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a Masters in IT and Business in 2016. He has worked on a number of interesting projects in Australia, India and Japan including MyWell. He is the son of former Sun Microsystems Systems Engineer Tom Daly who has presented to the User Group a number of times over the years.


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