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Your team: 1-3 school-going students (13-18 years old)
Your challenge: The team should create an urban infrastructure (for example: monitoring urban illumination using a drone, assessing urban soundscape using an automated robot (which follows a predetermined path) and integrate it with a digital platform of the city. The project should be created according to the Smart City concept and should be a single system of an intelligent city infrastructure and a web application.
Teams should create and present a project on the given subject. Teams should design and submit a poster layout, project description and project video prior to the competition.
Imagine that you are running a city. Every city mayor faces the challenge of receiving relevant information about the city (for example, what and where is going on and what can be improved for the townsmen). For this purpose, teams are suggested to create an intelligent infrastructure that will be one of the sources of information about the state of the city. Therefore, it is important to create data generators using sensors, cameras and transducers and connect them to the digital map of the city. This is the idea underlying the concept of Smart City.
General Rules of the Challenge
Challenge Field&Objects Specification
Start a team with those who share your ideas under the guidance of a coach.
Ask your coach to register your team. To do this, please fill in the registration form.
Deadline - 19th May 2019!
Russian teams must qualify in accordance with the Regulations about qualification of Russian teams.
All information about the event you can get in the FINAL menu above.