CONGRATULATIONS
TO TEAM Student Dreamers

Results

CEE HACKS PRIZE: Student Dreamers
SKODA AUTO DigiLab PRIZE: ToporAuto
ČEZ ESCO PRIZE: RedCute & Code Breakers
HERE Technologies PRIZE: Eglaf
Eurowag PRIZE: RedCute
EY PRIZE: Student Dreamers & Blue Star
JUNIOR PRIZE: Code Breakers & Feathers
FAIL PRIZE: So Basic


1. Student Dreamers
2. Code Breakers
3. AIC
3. Eglaf
3. What The Hill
4. Blue Star
5. RedCute
6. #TeamPietro
7. ToporAuto
8. Team Future Venture
9. Feathers
10. Marsmallow
11. FlyM370M4r5
12. Quantum Biocode
13. Prometheus-X
14. Organized Chaos
15. NavistatioN
16. So Basic
17. BitPals
17. Round Pancakes

60
participants
20
teams
13
challenges
8
Prizes
3
Days

Challenges

1. Alternative Mobility
(car-sharing, car-pooling, micro transit, ride-hailing, bike-sharing, cycling, walking, incentive schemes, community schemes, affordable transport, total cost of vehicle ownership, connection of suburban areas with city centre, indoor navigation in public transport stations, internet in public transport vehicles, facial recognition, dynamic use of dedicated lanes as positive motivation for participation in sharing economy, blockchain applications)

2. Navigation and Innovative Use of Traffic Data
(big data applications, advanced trip planning, taxi and GPS traffic data utilisation, innovative applications for public transport and drivers, real-time transport flow management, dynamic use of dedicated lanes; detection of mobility / transport type when user is on the go – is she driving the car, is she riding a bike, is she on the public transport, motorbike, or is she walking?)

3. Smart use of LORA IoT Platform
(sensors in vehicles, charging infrastructure planning and use, smart parking, smart public space utilisation, infrastructure to vehicle communication)

4. Electric Passenger Vehicles
(electric vehicles, economic and green driving, decarbonising city mobility, zero emission mobility in suburbs, mitigation of emissions and congestions, route planning to minimise pollution and costs, zero-emission urban deliveries, charging-slot-reservation app: design a charging services app that integrates maps, calendars and online payment system for easy and convenient charging; mining of customer charging data: design an application using association rule learning algorithms processing customer & charging data to improve future e-mobility services/products)

5. Business Fleets
(When we think mobility, we normally think of a passenger vehicle – however a large portion of cars on the roads today are commercial and company vehicles. These vehicles need to be tracked, monitored, serviced, use fuel, pay for tolls in multiple countries, mileage of the vehicles need to be reported and taxed accordingly – their users – day-to-day employees – need to report back to the businesses on vehicle condition, travel expenses, etc. Can you use the smart technology to create a solution that simplifies the lives of drivers and at the same time helps businesses with their day-to-day? Tools helping users decide when to use electric vehicle and when it does not make economic sense compared to conventional fuel vehicles, innovative solutions for optimal fleet utilisation, machine learning systems for predictive fleet maintenance, consolidating deliveries into a city, optimal charging, optimal staff planning, electric vehicle simulation app for conventional fuel vehicles, electric vehicle pool optimisation, vehicle booking app for users based on the state of the vehicle, e.g. charging level and mileage, innovative solutions for optimal fleet utilization, machine learning systems for predictive public transit fleet maintenance, consolidating deliveries into a city, to make sure vans are full, optimal charging, optimal staff planning)

6. Electric Buses in Public Transport
(tool for conventional fuel buses operation evaluation for the purposes of their replacement with electric vehicles, charging network planning and optimisation, environmental impacts)

7. Autonomous Vehicles
(artificial Intelligence, sensors, vehicle to vehicle communication, accident prevention, data security)

8. Smart Tourist Mobility
(connecting driving in cities and countryside with tourism and history)

9. Smart urban logistics
(optimal planning of warehouse locations, efficient utilisation of warehouse space and delivery infrastructure, alternative courier services, courier-sharing („uber“ of courier services), smart pick-up points, last-mile multiple-service integration, real-time monetization of returned goods)

10. Content
(entertainment for driverless journeys, innovative use of the steering wheel, seats, windows and other parts of vehicle interiors, augmented reality, gamification of journeys, personal psychological and health diagnostics)

11. Smart Vehicle Inspection
(vehicle parts life cycle detection, e.g. filters, tires, catalyst, and their automatic replacement, vehicle-to-infrastructure communication regarding bumps in roads, broken lights, slippery roads etc., vehicle age or damages scan, fraud detection, computer vision, sensors, artificial intelligence)

12. Smart and Happy Children
(new ways to keep children happy while on the road)

13. Smart Railways
(how can data, artificial intelligence and technology create a better customer experience on trains, costly effective online counting of passengers on board, weather impact on demand prediction – precise information and fast reaction, innovative e-ticketing – going beyond smartphones, effective online marketing campaigns – how to target?, effective planning of capacity and train composition – expected quality versus reality, implementation of innovations on open market – hot to implement start-ups in railway sector?, innovative modelling of traffic flows, increasing attractiveness service on board and hot to be mostly effective in customer wishes?)

Venue SKODA AUTO DigiLab

Agenda

  • FRIDAY 6 April
  • ŠKODA AUTO DigiLab

09:00 – 9:15 Welcome – Tomáš Studeník, CEE Hacks
09:15 – 9:30 Keynote – prof. Michael Šebek, ČVUT v Praze
09:30 – 9:45 Keynote – Radek Špicar, Svaz průmyslu a dopravy České republiky
09:45 – 10:00 Keynote – Martin Řezáč, ČEZ ESCO
10:00 – 10:15 Keynote – Petra Kyjonková, EY
10:15 – 11:45 Partner Presentations & Challenge Briefs
11:45 – 12:00 Coffee break
12:00 – 12:30 Data & tools presentations
12:30 – 13:00 Mentor Introductions
13:00 – 13:20 Keynote – Andre Wehner, ŠKODA AUTO
13:20 – 14:00 Lunch & Team formation for individual participants
14:00 Hacking starts
19:00 – 20:00 Dinner

  • SATURDAY 7 April
  • ŠKODA AUTO DigiLab

08:00 Breakfast
09:00 Hacking Continues
12:00 Lunch
13:00 Hacking Continues
19:00 Dinner
20.00 Hacking Continues

  • SUNDAY 8 April
  • ŠKODA AUTO DigiLab & Prague Old Town Hall

08:00 Breakfast
09:00 Pitch Preparation & Training
12:00 Lunch
13:00 Transfer to Old Town Hall for final DEMO Ceremony
14:00 DEMO Ceremony Starts
16:30 Winners Announced
17:00 Drinks, Canapés & Networking courtesy of Mayor of Prague
18:00 Goodbye

Venue Prague Old Town Hall

Under the auspices of:

Prague
Svaz průmyslu a dopravy České Republiky
Kraj Vysočina

Main Industry Partners:

SKODA AUTO DigiLabČEZ ESCOEurowagEY

České dráhy


Industry Partners:

BASFHERE TechnologiesČeské RadiokomunikaceLiftagoRekolaOperátor ICTVolkswagen Future Mobility Incubator DresdenHoppyGo

Network Partners:

TAČRVisegrad FundFuckUp Nights PragueCentral European Startup AwardsČesko-německá obchodní a průmyslová komoraUS EmbassySmart PragueInstitut plánování a rozvoje hl. m. PrahyChallenge RocketInovační centrum Ústeckého krajeCzechitasVeletrh Věda Výzkum InovacePrague Maker FaireInstitut ekonomického vzděláváníCoderDojo

Venue partners:

PragueSKODA AUTO DigiLabOpero

Media Partners:

EconomiaForbesTyinternety.czIOT NETWORK NEWS

Technology Partners:

České Radiokomunikace
IBM
HERE.com
Confidence Digital
TheCave
Prusa Research

Academic partners:

České vysoké učení technické v PrazeKatedra řídicí techniky (FEL ČVUT)UJEPNový PORG

Organized by:

INBUI

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