The Open Spring INSPIRE hackathon is after more than 2 months of hacking over.
The Open Spring INSPIRE Hackathon 2021 focused on developments and innovations in agriculture, the environment, transport, tourism, geospatial applications, remote sensing and GNSS is after two-month hacking over! More than 70 participants have contributed to all 11 very relevant series of challenges and their results were evaluated by an international experts jury. The jury members Tereza Šamanová (CzechInno), Lilian Ndungu (RCMRD), Bente Lilja Bye (BLB), Danny Vandenbroucke (KU Leuven), Karim Jouhari (Schuttelaar & Partners), Josef Hnojil (Geobusiness), Kiringai Kamau (GODAN), Pavel Kogut (21c) announced the following winners for the Open Spring INSPIRE hackathon:
- 1st place: Interactive collaborative data capturing at scale – technology and business models
- 2nd place: Agrihub Slovakia
- 3rd place: SmartAfriHub III – African Agricultural Water Security
In addition to jury, we also gave the public the opportunity to choose top 3 teams. The public vote turned out as follows:
- 1st place: How to use and improve OLU 2.0.0
- 2nd place: Regional Attractiveness
- 3rd place: Analysis of Drought Conditions for Selected Use-Cases
Congratulations to all the winning teams and many thanks for excellent work to all participants! See you in next INSPIRE Hackathon!