26th – 28th October
Emerald Headingley Stadium, Leeds, UK
WE WANT YOU TO HACK THE EMERALD HEADINGLEY STADIUM EXPERIENCE WITH IOT
APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENDED!
APPLY UNTIL THE 19th OCTOBER
€ 5,000 CASH
GROWTH ACCELERATION PROGRAMME
PILOT TEST OF DEVELOPED SOLUTION
PRE-SELECTION FOR IOT TRIBE PROGRAMME
The #Hackingley competition is open to teams of 3 or individuals with the skills and motivation to challenge the standard way of doing things. We want to hear from:
10 TRAVEL BURSARIES AVAILABLE
IF YOU WANT TO MAKE IT TO #HACKINGLEY, WE WILL HELP YOU GET THERE
APPLY FOR UP TO €250 PER PERSON
The Emerald Headingley Stadium is the heart of Yorkshire Cricket, an impressive stadium with the capacity for over 20,000 spectators with the state of the art Carnagie pavilion, private boxes and food and drinks concessions to keep the visitors happy during the cricket matches that can last for more than 7 hours.
_Real time measurement
_Queues for concessions and services
PICK IT AND FIX IT
An open challenge to suggest a problem and solution not mentioned in the challenges previously
_Visitor access WiFi
_Xperia Android Phones
_Sensors, beacons and developer kits and boards
Detailed information to be provided shortly
APPLICATIONS ARE OPEN UNTIL THE
12TH OCTOBER AT 17:00 GMT
19TH OCTOBER at 17:00 GMT
PARTICIPANTS WISHING TO APPLY FOR TRAVEL BURSARIES WILL NEED TO CONTACT THE IOT TRIBE TEAM ONCE THEY HAVE COMPLETED THEIR APPLICATION
The MONICA project is a large-scale demonstration of new and existing IoT applications for a smarter living. The demonstration involves six major cities in Europe: Lyon, Bonn, Leeds, Turin, Copenhagen and Hamburg.
The focus is on one of the key aspects of European society: the cultural performances in open-air settings which create challenges in terms of crowd safety, security and noise pollution.
To demonstrate how these challenges can be met through the use of technology, MONICA will develop, deploy and demonstrate three IoT ecosystems on security, acoustics and innovation, addressing real user needs. Within these systems, several applications are deployed, using IoT-enabled devices such as smart wristbands, video cameras, loudspeakers and mobile phones.