Join the 24-hour hackathon at DTU and unleash your inner creativity.
DTU Fotonik in collaboration with industry and High Tech Summit invites 30 teams of 1-5 persons to take on the challenge of exploiting LoraWAN and a variety of sensors to prevent bike theft. DTU has, as most cities, been struggling with bikes being stolen for years and have now launched the Hackathon to invite the best minds of DTU help solve the problem. The 24 hour event will take-off on the 20th of September and be concluded with a prize ceremony on the 21st.
THE CHALLENGE is combatting bike theft at DTU using IoT and LoraWAN.
TEAMS OF 1-5 PERSONS can join the hackathon.
JOIN NOW as we can only accommodate the first 30 teams.
BRING YOUR LAPTOP – work area will be provided.
HARDWARE such as LoraWAN boards, sensors, etc will be available.
ATTRACTIVE PRIZES for the best solutions.
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For more information or to sign up please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Notice: In connection to the Hackathon, a “Hands-on LoraWAN workshop” will take place during the DTU High Tech Summit. It is possible to sign up independently to either the workshop or the Hackathon or both. Please specify in signup email.
“It’s no use closing your eyes to the changes. We need to constantly keep up and try to influence the process.”
Professor Jan Madsen, DTU Compute