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In the light of Vision 2030, Egypt is rapidly transforming towards a knowledge-based digital economy that encourages innovation, research, and development. As a major part of this vision, the New Administrative Capital is being built to be the first smart city in Egypt.
Benha University is proud to sponsor the first nationwide Smart City Hackathon in Egypt. The hackathon is open to students in all Egyptian universities. The purpose of this hackathon is to find innovative solutions by diverse teams of interdisciplinary students.
A Three-day process for answering critical challenges related to Smart cities through design, prototyping, and testing ideas. During the three days the participants will go through various workshops about innovation, lean methodology, design thinking, and value creation. The participants will create teams of 3-5 and work together in a sprint, to shortcut and compress a month of time into 30 Hrs. On the first day, teams will be created, get introduced to the Smart Cities challenges, map out the problem and ideate solution that create value. On the second day, teams will learn about prototyping and start product development. On the third day, teams will continue working on their products development and prepare their final pitch.
There will be three cash prizes in each track (a total of £100k EGP) form Benha University:
In addition, there will be five prizes from Amazon Web Services (AWS):
There will be nine prizes from ElSewedy Digital :
01 March 2022
07:00pm - 08:00pm
02 March 2022
06:00pm - 07:00pm
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No, the code produced by the team during the Hackathon will be of their own property.
A bus will be provided. Yet, its path is from Cairo Down Town to Benha University
The winning team will be decided by a jury made up of industry experts and professionals. The final decisions of the judges are to be based on the following parameters: Deep market need, Value added, Design, Development, and Pitching. The panel will assign a score to each parameter, which will then determine the ranking of each participating team.
Hackathon participants must be able to: