Hackathon: create a LPWA IoT prototype using the new Wize technology
miércoles 17 octubre 2018, 09:00 - 19:00
Want to try the new trendy IoT protocol?
What is it
We organise a one-day hackathon at the IoT Solutions World Congress on the 17th of October, in the Congress area ROOM 5.3 (CC5). The hackathon is meant for people to imagine and create applications using the new Wize technology. During this hackathon people will:
be able to “play” with AllWize devices, namely with the AllWize K1,
create a functional prototype and design a business model,
present at the end of the day their project in a pitch competition.
How to do it
Participants will gather in groups, preferably with different and complementary profiles (technical, communication, business, software, hardware). They will have to create a solution to a problem using our device, the AllWize K1, and sensors that we will provide. This prototype should be functional from both a technical and business point of view. Participants of the winning group of the competition will win a prize.
Who can participate
Anyone that wants to try our new technology can participate! You can be a maker, a developer, a hardware engineer, a business person, a communicator, literally anyone that is curious about Wize :)
What you get
Entrance to the exhibition site
Leonardo Arduino (for paid tickets)
AllWize K1 (for paid tickets)
Our goal is not to make money out of this event nevertheless we need to cover the price for the exhibition and the boards :)
9:00 - 10:00 // Presentation of AllWize and the rules of the hackathon
10:00-10:30 // Coffee break and team up!
10:00 - 13:00 // Each team creates an application made possible with AllWize
13:00 - 14:00 // Lunch break provided by us!
14:00 - 17:00 // Finishing of applications
17:00 - 18:00 // Prepare your pitch!
18:00 - 18:30 // Pitch competition
18:30 - 19:00 // Prize giving & networking
A little more about AllWize (and Wize)
AllWize creates hardware IoT solutions using the new Wize protocol. This protocol is a standard since 2017 but has been successfully used for more than a decade by companies such as Suez and GRDF - meaning that the network infrastructure is sound and already deployed. This new IoT protocol has shown amazing results such as an extremely low battery consumption (up to 20 years in metering) and a very deep radio penetration. These abilities enable new IoT applications that were not possible before! At AllWize we aim at making it possible for companies and makers to use the new Wize protocol for their IoT applications with a simple device.
This event is organised in collaboration with AllWize, the Wize Alliance and is part of Suez Innovation Week.
For more information, please check our website: www.allwize.io
Publicado por: Pablo Rodríguez Monedero