Congratulations to all the winners of the 2017 East Sweden Hack!
Winner of Best Project at East Sweden Hack 2017 is team #11!
Congratulations you are going to Finland for Ultrahack and Slash.
- Integration and human interaction team 9
- Social construction and transportation: team 6 Safe and sound
- Future health care: team 12
- Energy and Sustainability: team 18
Learn more about all participating teams and their contributions here.
Highlights från East Sweden Hack Awards
See the full Livestream from East Sweden Hack Awards here
Let´s create the city of the future together!
Developers, designers and motivated people from Sweden and abroad will gather for a full weekend Hackathon in Linköping. Join us and take part in creating new IoT-solutions within Human interaction & integration, Healthcare & Medical Care, Energy & Sustainability and Civil Environment & Transportation.
Make an impact on the world while being creative. East Sweden Hack is a hackathon where you get to combine Open Data with Internet of Things.
During one weekend you’r mission is to develop a new product together with your team. We make sure that everything around you works so that you can focus on developing your product.
Oh, and one more thing: you also get to have a lot of fun and hang around with creative people.
East Sweden Hack is conducted for the fifth year. What did previous participants think and how did it happen to them afterwards?
Want to save more lives – but how?
You are out walking with a friend who suddenly falls into the street without warning. What are you doing? This was one of many problems that Christoffer Bask, Jan-Erik Rautiainen, David Andersson Tjernström and Martin Grönlund tried to solve during the innovation competition East Sweden Hack.
Linköping municipality interested in the snow removal app
When Filip Kantedal, David Johansson, Jonathan Grangien and Simon Kantedal went home after the East Sweden Hack 2016 they were exhausted. In two days they had given everything. It paid off. In addition to winning one of the categories in the innovation competition, they also had a meeting with Linköping municipality.
East Sweden Hack is a time limited competition aiming at creating new solutions for the modern society by combining open data and internet of things. It is an open innovative platform gathering companies, academia, society, talents and the actors of the innovation system. The 2017 theme of the competition is “City of the Future”, and the competition will take place in Vallastaden, a completely new city district in Linköping, being formally inaugurated during the month of September by a societal and living expo taking place.
Addressing societal challenges
When competing, your idea/solution, should address one or more of the societal challenges;
- Energy and sustainability
- Future health care
- Social construction and transportation
- Integration and human interaction
To help us identify relevant challenges, we’ve worked closely together with the clusters of East Sweden, since they have an up to date knowledge about both challenges and already existing solutions on the market. Together with the clusters, the data owners and the actors of the innovation system, we’ve created 8 challenges through a design thinking workshop. These has been uploaded to the digital platform “Idea Hunt”, and teams or individuals can apply to solve one of these challenges – or apply with one of their own. In the “Idea Hunt” system anyone is welcome to upload their idea in order to get feed-back and further develop the idea before the actual hackathon (it is not mandatory to work with one of these ideas, all teams are welcome to work on their own ideas, as long as you use the available open data and connect it to IoT in any way).
You can apply as a team or as an individual. You can apply with a solutions addressing one of the challenges we applied in Idea Hunt – or with an idea of your own, as long as it addresses one of the challenges above.
East Sweden Hack
East Sweden Hack
When: September 8nd - 10th
Where: Vallastaden Linköping, Sweden
How: Gather a team of four, come up with your own idea or apply to one of our challenges. Read more under "Registration".