Organized by the Trusted IoT Alliance, the Blockchain and the City Challenge is designed to address use cases for decarbonized mobility and urban life. It is a follow-up to the Smart E-Mobility Challenge that concluded in May 2019.
The deadline for entries is October 28th, 2019.
Combines innovative IoT Solutions for Smart Construction with trust technologies. Includes wearable, tracking devices and smart construction equipment.
Round 1 winners for the challenge were announced on May 15th, 2019!
Round 2 is underway.
Optimizes building performance for security, automation and efficiency. Uses immutable event log with granular access for sharing and analyzing security events with stakeholders. Applicable to factories, airports, shopping malls, etc.
This Challenge is currently underway and will conclude in February 2020.
Uses identity mechanisms to set up information sharing between participants in logistics value chains on a need-to-know basis. Addresses the N*M integration problem.Sign up today
Enables seamless mobility services for Electric Vehicles (EVs), such as charging, roaming and convenience services. Connects smart grids, smart homes, and EVs for transparent energy billing.
The winners for the challenge were announced on May 15th, 2019!
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We are excited to launch a series of IoT Challenges aimed at solving real problems and advancing the validation of industrial internet applications and solutions. The current Challenges are co-organized with the Industrial Internet Consortium. MachNation, a global independent IoT research and benchmarking firm, is co-producing.
In these Challenges, architects and solution providers will compete to design industrial internet solutions that address high-profile, real-world problems. The Challenges will be conducted over a period of several months, culminating in the announcement of winners selected by a jury. They will be open to vendors, organizations, teams and individuals worldwide. Prizes for winners include a live customer Proof of Concept.
The Challenges represent an excellent opportunity for end users to address a complex technology challenge that they have not yet resolved as they adopt the industrial internet within their business models and processes. The Challenges will create interest around emerging use cases and value chains in the industrial internet. The intent is to draw attention to industry IoT challenges and solutions and to help bring products to market.
If you are interested in participating in our Smart Logistics or Smart Buildings Challenge in the roles of Principal, Enabling Technology Partner or Marketing Partner, please see the respective webpages linked above.
If you have a Challenge concept you wish to bring to the Industrial Internet Consortium, contact us at email@example.com, to explore the possibilities.
The launch of each Challenge will be announced here and the guidelines and entry form will be found on the respective pages at that time. Tentative timelines are published on each page the planned timing of the upcoming Challenges.