Our Data Hack Iceland 2017 event last month was a huge success, and we thought it was about time we gave you an update about some of the great ideas that sprung to life there. Four of the apps - VaxAbroad, Sensei, Fin-Tin-Der and digi.me meets Arion Banki - are now coming to life as … Continue reading Data Hack Iceland update: third-party apps being built on digi.me!
We're delighted to say more sponsors, challenges and prizes have been added to our Data Hack Iceland 2017 event, which is taking place on October 7 and 8 in Reykjavik. And to make it even more inclusive, we are also offering a Virtual Challenge, meaning anyone from anywhere in the world can take part! Attendees … Continue reading Plans and sponsors coming together for Data Hack Iceland 2017! #letsgetpersonal
Calling all developers, designers and entrepreneurs (or indeed anyone with curiosity and flare!). Are you interested in building personalised online experiences without losing control over or the privacy of your personal data? Then our Data Hack Iceland hackathon is for you! Being held on October 7 and 8 in Reykjavík, Iceland, the #letsgetpersonal event will … Continue reading Come and join the digi.me personal data hackathon
The importance of owning your personal data on your terms is of critical importance to us here at digi.me. And health data is front and centre of that, which is why we have just launched a living lab in Iceland, allowing citizens there to download an electronic version of their health record. Exciting stuff and … Continue reading Now Apple gets it too – the importance of owning your own health data
Digi.me’s unique personal data technology has allowed Iceland to become the first country in the world to make a digital copy of their health data available to its citizens. The digi.me app is powering this innovative and collaborative living lab project, with the aim of giving users greater insight and control over their health and … Continue reading Digi.me allowing Icelandic citizens to download their own health data in world first