Siemens MindSphere is revolutionizing the digital world through their very own Hackathon Series at Expo 2020 in Dubai from October 2021 to March 2022 💡 https://bit.ly/MobilityHackSiemens
The third program 🌆 MindSphere Future Mobility Hack 🌆 will be used to shine light on the mobility aspect of smart infrastructure - Siemens is searching for startups and innovative companies ready to enhance the future of smart cities!
Candidates will have to create digital solutions built on MindSphere to tackle this challenge: How do you envisage the future of mobility? They can approach the question according to these 6 axes:
➡️ Show us your IoT solution for environmental monitoring!
➡️ How can intelligent traffic management create a smooth and secure experience?
➡️ What is your mobility open data solution that creates the next city of the future?
➡️ How can we make travel on rail and road even more secure and sustainable and develop smart solutions for the first and the last mile?
➡️ Show us your digital service to increase the availability of infrastructure, optimize throughput, and improve the quality of life within cities.
➡️ What are new ways of monitoring, controlling and analyzing bridges and tunnels to ensure safety and security?
⚡️ Hackathon timeline ⚡️
3 November: End of applications. Apply here before this date. Create your Siemens account, then submit your application.
11 November: Shortlisted Startups Announcement.
15-22 November: Online Bootcamp. Learn more about the challenge, get access to useful resources, and refine your solution with Siemens experts.
24 November: Bootcamp Online Pitch. Pitch your solution to Siemens jury members and get selected for the Hack in Dubai.
9-13 January: Hack in Dubai. Develop your solution in Dubai at Expo 2020, pitch it to the final jury and live a unique experience in Dubai.
*All finalist startups will get an all-inclusive unique experience in Dubai at Expo 2020
** Siemens will present partnership opportunities to the best projects
Interested? 🤓 Sign up now: https://bit.ly/MobilityHackSiemens