Tulossa elokuussa: Connected Reindeer Hackathon
Students in Finland, Sweden and Norway are invited to innovate technical application concepts, demos or business models to prevent traffic accidents caused by reindeer.
There are 3500–4500 traffic accidents that involve
reindeer per year in Finnish Lapland. These accidents cause loss and
damage to reindeer herders and vehicle owners.
Join the Connected Reindeer Hackathon 2022, Aug 25–29, 2022, to
innovate technical application concepts, demos or business models to
prevent traffic accidents caused by reindeer!
Student from Finland, Sweden or Norway,
Do you want to showcase your skills and build your professional
portfolio? Or do you want to grow your networks and make new
international contacts, as well as improve your language and teamwork
Join the Connected Reindeer Hackathon 2022 to innovate technical
application concepts/demos or business models to prevent traffic
accidents caused by reindeer.
First, create a team of 2–5 students. Then, register to hackathon’s Devpost-platform. After this, register your team with THIS FORM by 21.8.2022.
Your team should choose one of the 3 challenges to solve (detailed assignments can be found from the Devpost):
CHALLENGE 1. A mobile app for preventing reindeer road accidents
CHALLENGE 2. A business concept of a reindeer road accident prevention mobile app
CHALLENGE 3. Open innovation of disruptive technologies in the context of reindeer herding and road safety in Lapland
Read more about the Connected Reindeer Hackathon from Devpost and join us in innovating solutions!
Connected Reindeer Hackathon is organized by Lapland University of
Applied Sciences, and it is part of an international DIT4BEARs project.
This hackathon will be organized with the assistance of the European
Union funding. The project is co-funded by the Kolarctic CBC Programme