After more than two months of hacking, the COVID-19 INSPIRE Hackathon was terminated by a final presentation of results & awards ceremony. The jury members Jovana Vlaskalin (BioSense Institute), Beata Vörösová (CzechInvest), Maris Albers (University of Latvia) and Josef Hnojil (Geobusiness) announced the following winners for the COVID-19 INSPIRE hackathon:
- 1st place – Challenge #13 Calculation of agro-climatic factors – potential source of information for forecasting regional food supplies / Karel Jedlička, Michal Kepka et al.
- 2nd place – Challenge #8 Digitalization of indigenous knowledge in African agriculture for fostering food security / Antoine Kantiza, Tuula Löytty et al.
- 3rd place – Challenge #6 Atlas of the Best Practices – Polirural cases / Pavel Kogut, Petr Horák
Congratulations to all the winning teams and many thanks for excellent work to all participants! See you in next INSPIRE Hackathon!
You can check the presentation of winning solutions here:
Digitalization of indigenous knowledge in African agriculture for fostering food security from plan4all
The COVID 19 INSPIRE hackathon is financed by the Smart Agri Hubs Project.