Internet of Things (IoT) Hackathon participants can advance their IoT-inspired ideas during a daylong, judged coding marathon. Each team will have a Raspberry Pi to develop and demonstrate their concepts, before being assessed by a panel of judges.
Belatrix Software is challenging Argentina’s brightest developers, engineers and software students to develop and demonstrate innovations for the Internet of Things (IoT) during a daylong, judged coding marathon — IoT Hackathon 2015 at Buenos Aires’s University of Palermo on October 17.
IoT Hackathon participants can advance their IoT-inspired ideas during the daylong coding event. Each team will receive a Raspberry Pi to develop and demonstrate their concepts, before being assessed by a panel of judges. The expert panel includes: Luciana Reznik, Director of Innovation at Wolox, Débora Slotnisky, technology journalist, and Gabriel Barrera, Professor of Artificial Intelligence.
The winners will receive a Smartwatch Moto 360 and training courses in different technologies. Registration is open and free to any developer who’d like participate in this major coding event at http://hackatrix.belatrixsf.com/iothackathon/.
“The Internet of Things has the potential to improve our quality of life by making our day-to-day lives easier, richer and more productive,” said Alex Robbio, Co-Founder and President of Belatrix Software. “At our IoT Hackathon, in the heart of Buenos Aires, we’ll offer the opportunity for some of Argentina’s brightest minds to envision a future where smart, connected devices transform our lives for the better.”