- Cash Prize: $ 5,000.00
Each of the 23 sensor is sampled at 15 minute intervals, therefore a day has 96 values per sensor concatenated with its sensor peers in the following order:
sensorList = ( ‘co2_1′,’co2_2’, ‘co2_3’, ‘co2_4’,
‘temp_1’, ‘temp_2’, ‘temp_3’, ‘temp_4’,
‘dew_1′,’dew_2’, ‘dew_3’, ‘dew_4’,
‘instLight_1’, ‘instLight_2’, ‘instLight_3’,
‘relH_1’, ‘relH_2’, ‘relH_3’, ‘relH_4’,
) + day and hour index
Additional details will be provided at the competition.
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Each attendee will receive $100 AWS credits to build out their solutions. Make sure to create an AWS Account before you arrive.
Each submission will be scored in each round based on the following criteria with a minimum score of 0 and maximum score of 20 points, with the final score being the average of the judges’ scores:
All developers, designers and entrepreneurs who are 18 and over.
Teams can be created in advance using the Environmental Hackathon Slack channel and/ or onsite and will be comprised of 1 to 5 individuals.
Judging will have one or two rounds, depending on the number of projects, each with a live presentation format without slides or pitch decks.
All code developed as part of the Environmental Hackathon event must be fresh. Before the start of the hackathon, developers can create wireframes, designs and user flows. They can also come with hardware. But to keep things fair, all code must be written onsite at the hackathon. Other than that, almost anything goes and you can use any coding languages or open-source libraries.