ECCE Annual App Challenge

The ECCE Annual App Challenge is a coding competition held by Esri Canada to help promote innovation and creativity within the Centres of Excellence. Each year, teams of students at ECCE schools across Canada are tasked to create new and unique apps powered by Esri technology and open data to help address a problem related to a specific theme.

Three external judges volunteered to evaluate all of the teams submitted apps, documentation, and videos. Aggregated results were used to rank the teams submissions, and select the winners with the best overall scores. 

For more information please contact Kathy Tang,

2020 Participants

Accessible Active London 
Team Member(s): Victoria Barlow and Jack McIlraith
App Name: Active Transport Accessibility Score Mapping Application 

Previous Geography and Environment Participants


Mustang Mappers
Team Member(s): Victoria Barlow, Aiden Poole and Jody Yu
App Name: Earthling

Distruntled Planner
Team Member(s): AJ Wray
App Name: Demand Transport Action Now


Mustang Mappers
Team Members: Peter Coxford, Aiden Poole and Jody Yu
App Name: Campus+

Team Hegemone
Team Members: Yunus Amer Ali, Martin Healy, Jenny Tjhin
App Name: Fresh.App

You may view previous years’ entries on the ECCE GitHub - Previous Entries.