“New Cartographers” and Voluntagious take home the top honors in the City Camp Raleigh hackathon over the weekend.

Eight teams formed and made pitches Saturday after developing apps focused on how government, citizens and companies can work together for a better life.

The hackers presented Saturday after the “unconference” opened on Friday and teams formed for apps development.

New Cartographers developed to devise an “easy to read NC historic landmarks,” tweeted conference co-leader Jason Hibbets.

Voluntagious, which pitched last, is “changing the way students perceive the act of volunteering,” Hibbets said in a tweet.

Other apps included:

  • “Road closure message,”a specification for publishing road closure information
  • “Road.io, tackling speeder in neighborhoods with [local government data]”
  • “Momentum, gathering opinions on social issues”
  • “Data Liberators, how do we get new [local government data]”
  • “Citisoft, an alternate payment platform for gov/citizens”
  • “Berniesez [an app for] transparency in the legal system”

CityCamp featured four tracks at the hackathon:

  • CityCamp NC competition
  • National Day of Civic Hacking: Code for Asheville, Code for Durham, Code for Greensboro, and Code for Raleigh projects
  • AppCityLife workshop
  • Girl Develop It workshops: Intro to HTML/CSS, Intro to Python