IoT Hackathon, Belatrix Software's first coding marathon in Argentina, gathered the tech Community in a day-long event in Buenos to bring the future to life with Internet of Things coding projects. Improving the efficiency of power distribution, feeding and and tracking your pets only while on vacation and enabling a smart kitchen pantry were just a few of the ideas presented for Belatrix's first.
Improving the efficiency of power distribution, feeding and and tracking your pets only while on vacation and enabling a smart kitchen pantry were just a few of the ideas presented for Belatrix’s first IoT Hackathon in Buenos Aires. This full day coding marathon aimed to ideate, prototype and develop software solutions connected to the real life, using IoT technologies.
Belatrix Software challenged Latin America’s brightest developers, engineers and software students to create innovations through a series of Belatrix “Hackatrix” coding hackathons. These Applied Innovation efforts have paid off — to date, more than 40 projects have been coded, developed, tested and demonstrated.
“Innovation is at the core of our business,” said Luis Robbio, CEO and Co-Founder of Belatrix Software. “Clients come to us looking not only for our technical capabilities but also because we help them co-innovate; we are able to successfully engage even from the ideation stage. We understand the critical importance of Applied Innovation, and that’s why we want everyone to understand, be involved and engage with Innovation at all levels,” stated Robbio.
Belatrix Software awarded the IoT Hackathon event winners with cool tech gadgets as well as training courses hosted by Belatrix to help them expand their knowledge and achieve success with their projects.
“More of these hackathons are already in our plans for 2016, with different topics like Open Source and Big Data. We’re determined to facilitate tech entrepreneurs with the means to accelerate their ideas and prove that their talent can be of immense help to forge the future of our society,” said Robbio.