Dec 16, 2021

TIBCO LABS: IoT and Sustainability Hackathon 2022

  • Emily Tan Yi Lyn
  • Remote (Worldwide)
Competition

Description

TIBCO Software (https://www.tibco.com/), a global leader of enterprise integration and analytics software, and the TIBCO LABS™ (https://www.tibco.com/tibco-labs) innovation team are excited to announce this IoT and sustainability hackathon!

IoT and sustainability are broad subjects, offering plenty of opportunities for technology innovation and creativity. So, for this hackathon, we have kept the boundaries small to make sure the ideas are big! The requirement is to propose projects that address one or more environmental challenges we face across the globe today using Project AIR.

From enhancing energy efficiency and reducing global emissions to making cities “smarter,” the Internet of Things (IoT) and sustainability are natural partners, so please focus your submissions on this combination. Be creative, and remember that while submissions can target suggestions such as those that follow, you can also propose other ideas; these are just a few thoughts to get you going.

Ready to get started? Let’s start hacking and solve some of our toughest environmental challenges!

Reference:

Project AIR (https://tibcosoftware.github.io/labs-air/)

Type of Opportunity

Extracurricular Activity

Application Deadline

21 January 2022

Age Range

None

Participation Cost

None

Minimum Technical Skill Needed

Who can participate in the Hackathon?

Developers and anyone who can code and is interested in IoT, edge analytics, and environmental sustainability use cases.

 

What does it cost?

The Hackathon is completely free.

 

Do you need to have the entire idea fully working?

The entire idea need not be fully implemented; however, the submission should be functional and cover the points outlined in the submission guidelines.

 

Do you have to be online and available for the entire duration of the Hackathon?

No, you do not need to be logged in on HackerEarth or be online for the entire duration of the Hackathon. You can develop the application on your local system based on one of the themes (See Themes for additional details) and then submit it on the specific HackerEarth challenge page. The only portion of the Hackathon that will be online and in real-time are the Ideation Phase tutorial sessions and Development Phase office hours.

 

Do you need to give a demo of the product that you have built?

No, not during the Ideation Phase.  If you are selected to move on to the Development Phase, you will need to submit a working demonstration or prototype built for the Hackathon. Refer to the Submission Guidelines for more details

 

If it is a team submission, does that mean all team members will have access to work at the same time?

Yes, all team members can log in from their account, although only one team member is required to submit the materials described in the submission guidelines.

 

Who will own the intellectual property(IP) rights to the solution I have built?

Except for the license granted to the Sponsor pursuant to the Development Participation Agreement, you/your team reserves all right, title, and interest in and to their Hackathon submissions.

Application Process Includes

The Hackathon is open to full-time students from government/government-aided secondary schools and Post-Secondary Education Institutes (PSEI) based in Singapore (Secondary 3 to 5, Integrated Programme Schools, Junior Colleges, Polytechnics & Institute of Technical Education).

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