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COVID-19 INSPIRE Hackathon 2020: Results

After more than two months of hacking, the COVID-19 INSPIRE Hackathon was terminated by a final presentation of results & awards ceremony. The jury members Jovana Vlaskalin (BioSense Institute), Beata Vörösová (CzechInvest), Maris Albers (University of Latvia) and Josef Hnojil (Geobusiness) announced the following winners for the COVID-19 INSPIRE hackathon:

  • 1st place – Challenge #13 Calculation of agro-climatic factors – potential source of information for forecasting regional food supplies / Karel Jedlička, Michal Kepka et al.
  • 2nd place – Challenge #8 Digitalization of indigenous knowledge in African agriculture for fostering food security / Antoine Kantiza, Tuula Löytty et al.
  • 3rd place – Challenge #6 Atlas of the Best Practices – Polirural cases / Pavel Kogut, Petr Horák

Congratulations to all the winning teams and many thanks for excellent work to all participants! See you in next INSPIRE Hackathon!

https://youtu.be/oFVYbGQi0as

You can check the presentation of winning solutions here:

  • Calculation of agro climatic factors from global climatic data from plan4all
  • Digitalization of indigenous knowledge in African agriculture for fostering food security from plan4all
  • Atlas of Best Practice from plan4all

https://www.plan4all.eu/2020/11/covid-19-inspire-hackathon-2020-results/

The COVID 19 INSPIRE hackathon is financed by the Smart Agri Hubs Project.

 

 

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