Tunis/Tunisia — The Sfax Technopole and its technological incubator “CoStarT” are organising the second version of the Tunisian Good Cities Hackathon.
This Hackathon which will likely be held on-line will give attention to innovation and new applied sciences devoted to the digital transformation of Tunisian cities into good cities to enhance the standard of providers supplied to residents.
It should carry collectively entrepreneurs, corporations, startups, college students, designers, researchers, builders and all these involved with growing their cities based mostly on worldwide good metropolis requirements and creating options to unravel issues on the municipal degree.
It’s organised in partnership with ATI (Tunisie Web), the Nationwide Federation of Tunisian Municipalities (FNCT), the Tunisian Institute of Strategic Research (ITES), the Tunisian part of the Worldwide Organisation IEEE, the Nationwide Institute of Utilized Sciences and Know-how (INSAT) and the official accomplice of this occasion GIZ Tunisia. Members should register earlier than 15 July 2021.
The target of this problem is to carry out initiatives with excessive added worth that remedy completely different issues in municipalities and to stimulate creativity and the spirit of cooperation. Tunisian municipalities are the principle goal for the deployment of the very best initiatives with the assist of assorted companions.
“Good Cities 2020 Hackathon”, began on August 2, 2020, and ended on November 12, 2020. Six themes had been developed for the Good Cities 2020 Hackathon, specifically: Good Governance, Good Well being, Good Mobility, Good Vitality, Good Waste, Good Meals and Agriculture.
The Hackathon was held totally on-line and registered greater than 200 entries, divided between 30 start-ups and 180 particular person entries (researchers, designers, college students…) from a number of areas of the nation. 8 options had been lastly appreciated by the jury committee and three had been awarded.