Developers Tutorial and Hackathon April 2019
A multi city developer tutorial using open source implementation of oneM2M, developed by a French research lab, LAAS – CNRS is being organised by India EU ICT Standards Collaboration Project. TSDSI and ETSI, the Telecom SDOs from India and EU respectively are jointly anchoring an “India-EU Partnership Project for Collaboration on ICT standardization, Policy and Regulatory matters”.
Team of French Professors from university of Toulouse will conduct this multi city program from 13 – 16 April 2019. The professors have prepared a MOOC in english for interested developers and students, along with needed virtual machines etc for hands on exercises.
Schedule of the event:
Date: 15 April 2019
Venue: Mini Auditorium and Cognizant Lab, Academic Complex, COE, Pune
Register Here: https://goo.gl/forms/2wKoYiCSjp220xi72
|09:30 – 10:00||Registration|
|10:00 – 10:15||Tutorial Opening|
|10:15 – 11:00||General presentation of oneM2M standard – S. Medjiah|
|11:00 – 11:30||Eclipse OM2M: an open-source oneM2M-compliant IoT platform – S. Medjiah|
|11:30 – 11:45||Coffee break|
|11:45 – 12:30||Eclipse OM2M: Interaction with OM2M platform (practice) – S. Medjiah|
|12:30 – 13:00||Configuration of an IoT device: NodeMCU (practice) – S. Medjiah|
|13:00 – 14:00||Lunch Break|
|14:00 – 15:45||Integration of an IoT device into OM2M platform through oneM2M (practice) – S. Medjiah|
|15:45 – 16:00||Coffee break|
|16:00 – 16:45||Fast prototyping of complex IoT applications (practice) – S. Medjiah|
|16:45 – 17:00||Conclusions|
Date: 16th April 2019
Venue: Mini Auditorium and Cognizant Lab, Academic Complex, COE, Pune
Theme: Hackathon on smart city theme
Details of hardware provided: http://www.indiaeu-ictstandards.in/iot-kits/
Agenda: New smart city applications based on the standard oneM2M
This hackathon, jointly organized by the India EU ICT Standards Collaboration Project and CoE Pune, aims to imagine new applications that a smart city could offer its citizens, its elected officials or its technical and administrative services in a multi-domain vision based on the oneM2M standard.
Challenge #1: Energy efficiency in smart buildings
Context Setting: In a hospital in hyderabad the temperature set of the building is 24 degrees. Most patients use blanket during the nighttime as they feel cold. The hospital management increased the temperature by 4 degrees and could save few lakhs rupees in electricity bill. Could there be other similar insights for cost savings with IoT devices can bring.
Challenge #2: Pollution monitoring
It has been found recently that Air Pollution can cause Diabetes. (https://www.ndtv.com/health/delhiites-beware-air-pollution-can-cause-diabetes-finds-new-study-1893971) As a smart city citizen would you like to find the source of pollution and persuade policy makers to take action? Maybe, IoT devices can enable scenarios where policy makers can identify the big polluters and take corrective action.
Challenge #3: Smart healthcare services
Context Setting: In a organ transplant case often a donor and receiver are at different ends of the city. Key issue is to navigate the traffic and reach the receiver in time. https://indianexpress.com/article/cities/pune/pune-two-green-corridors-created-in-a-day-for-organ-transplant-2794311/ Pune seems to have managed it. How would you enable smarter healthcare in a city?
Challenge #4: Disaster management
Context Setting: Kerala Floods and Mumbai Building Fires have always created a loss of life and wealth from the city. In such frequent disaster scenarios could we in a smart city context think of IoT device which could prevent the loss of life and wealth.
Challenge #5: Women Safety
Context Setting: Pune is a hub for top companies, industries and as well as educational institutes of repute. Hence, it attracts talent from all over the country. Women safety is an important aspect for the city in staying on top of the charts to attract and retain talent. Pune rates already high among Indian cities as a safe city for women but it seeks to provide even safer environment to its citizens. With this problem statement we want to hear from you about IoT solutions which city can adopt to make it a better city for women.
The hackathon will begin officially on Tuesday morning with initial briefing on Monday evening. Tuesday evening the solutions made by participants will be presented to a panel of experts who will evaluate how implementations showcase the value of standards based implementation to city authorities.
Monday April 15:
|17:30 – 17:45||Presentation of hackathon context: Samir Medjiah and Sachin Gaur|
|17:45 – 18:15||Demonstration of tools used in this hackathon|
|18:15 – 18:45||Question-response session|
|Evening and night free working session|
Tuesday April 16:
|8:30 – 9:30||Registration|
|9:30||Hackathon day opening|
|9:30 – 12:30||Development|
|12:30 – 13:30||Lunch break|
|13:30 – 15:00||Development|
|15:00 – 16:00||Technical evaluation|
|16:00 – 18:00||Evaluation by Main Jury|
|18:00 – 18:30||Awards|
Rules of the hackathon:
New applications in the smart city based on the standard oneM2M that will take place from April 15 evening, 2019 to April 16 evening, 2019 at CoE, Pune.
This is a hackathon that seeks to showcase the innovative ability of developers in the field of connected objects and services they can provide by applying them to the smart city.
The hackathon is divided into several phases:
Round 1: Shortlisting Phase
- Participants need to identify one problem statement and submit the solution by 25 March 2019.
- Participants can apply as a team of up to 4 members.
- The list of chosen teams will be shared by 5 April 2019, based on the innovativeness of the solution they propose.
It is compulsory for the participating hackathon teams to attend the developers tutorial on Monday, 15 April 2019 at CoE Pune.
- To participate in the hackathon at CoE Pune on 16 April 2019, in interaction with the organization team and professionals in the field
- a presentation to a jury in two parts:
A first part with a demonstration of the solution on the kit provided to the technical jury. A second part with a 5 minutes pitch followed by 5 minutes of questions to the main jury.
Our experts have prepared a MOOC for you to follow the tutorial better. You can access it on below link: Technical resources for Tutorial and Hackathon
We recommend you to bring your laptops so that you can do hands-on activities during the tutorials.
Winning Criteria: (out of 100)
- Potential impact: 20
- Technical Feasibility and Demonstration of the idea: 60
- Affordability of the idea: 20
If you have any questions, then please first check our FAQ page.
This hackathon is supported by an EU funded project supporting India EU cooperation on ICT standardisation and standardisation, academic and Industry partners (full list available on the website).
Prize: Trip To Europe
Testimonial from last hackathon winner: be like Suraj!
All participants/teams will receive a certificate from the organizers.
Details of Jury can be found on this link: Jury
Intellectual Property and Rights
Participation in this hackathon does not modify, transfer, or affect the title, right, or ownership of any existing copyrights, patents, trademarks, trade names, logos, or other intellectual property in any solution presented. All rights remain the exclusive property of the party concerned and / or participant.
However, the India EU ICT Standards Collaboration Project along with its stakeholders reserves the right to use the proposed solution in advertising and promoting its educational and standardisation activities.
Each participant agrees that the EU and India EU ICT Standards Collaboration Project will use the participant’s name, photo or video in any advertising or promotion related to its educational or standardization related activities, without royalties or payment.
Photos and video film captured during the event by project organizers would be a property of the India EU ICT Standards Collaboration Project and can be used by project stakeholders like EU, ETSI or TSDSI to further promote or reference the project activity.