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EmergencyEye® Hackathon am Ring

COREVAS GmbH & Co.KG on behalf of the RAMSES Consortium

Friday, 16 February 2018 at 17:00 - Sunday, 18 February 2018 at 17:00 (CET)

EmergencyEye® Hackathon am Ring

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EmergencEye® Hackathon am Ring

An event that you should not miss, meeting more than 100 programmers, coders, designers and business experts to build software solutions around emergency case communication.



WHY

More than 300.000 People suffer from sudden cardiac arrest every year in central Europe alone.

Less than 10% of these people survive this life-threatening situation, resulting on more than 700 deaths every day and these numbers have not changed significantly for years. 

In more than 60% of those cases smartphones and thus high-performance computers are used for the communication between Emergency control centers and bystanders.

While smartphones have been used as telephones only in the past, the Project aims to enable remote access to bystander held smartphones  incl. leverage of smartphone based functionalities like Vitalsensoric features.

The EU-commissioned EIT Health Initiative is supporting the development of EmergencyEye®, a technology that will reliably guarantee remote access to smartphone-based information and functions in health crises and emergency situations. EmergencyEye® will enable people in health crises and emergency situations to share more comprehensive information including Geo-location and video live streams with professional service organizations and thereby receive timely and improved support and guidance.

What

The RAMSES (Remote Access to Medical Information on Smartphones during Emergencies and Health CriseS) consortium and various project partners commence the EmergencEye® Hackathon am Ring to create software solutions that have not been available before. Hackers, coders, designers and business people will join teams to innovate but also to discuss future commercialization opportunities and build business models.

How

More than 40 mentors, coaches and experts will support the teams during the entire Hackathon. Also Key notes and educational sessions (Design Thinking, Business Modeling, Presentation Training, IP and Trademark protection etc.)  will complete the Hackathon program.

Agenda 16th February 2018:

  • until 4 pm Arrival 
  • 5pm Welcome by Corevas and the RAMSES consortium
  • 5:30 pm Key note
  • 6:30 pm Idea Pitches
  • 7:30 pm Team selection
  • 8:30 pm Teaming up
  • 9:00 pm Collaboration and Hacking
  • 11:00 pm start of the roof top party

Agenda 17th February 2018:

  • continuous Collaboration and Hacking
  • 9:00 am Driving experience on Nürburgring
  • 10:30 am Training (e.g. Design Thinking)
  • 11:30 am Key Note
  • 1:30 pm Training (e.g. Team Performance)
  • 5:30 pm Training (e.g. IP and TM management)
  • continuous Collaboration and Hacking

Agenda 18th February 2018:

  • continuous Collaboration and Hacking
  • 9:00 am Open Innovation (Teams share and collaborate)
  • 10:00 am Training (e.g. Presentation Training)
  • 12:00 am Key Note
  • 4:00 pm Final Presentations
  • 5:00 pm Close Out

Transportation:

  • Free shuttles will be provided from Bonn Main Train Station to Nürburgring on 16th Feb 1 to 3 pm and from Nürburgring to Bonn Main Train Station on 18th Feb 5 to 8 pm.
  • Travel to and from Bonn Main Train Station must be organized by attendees. 

Accomodation:

  • Free accomodation will be provided on site in form of camp sleep close to the pit lane (warm and safe)
  • Additionally, hotel beds at Hotel Linder can be booked at special rates (provided during ticketing).

Food and beverages:

  • Free for all (organized by the RAMSES team, incl. roof top party) 

Costs for tickets:

  • Free of charge


Prices, 3 x 3000 €

Three prices will be available for pitches:

1. App-Award, 3000 €

  • Solutions will need to be presented as prototypes and use case presented life on the Nürburgring. The Jury rewards the best and advanced Application ready for a download and test with the App-Award.

2. Remote-Award, 3000 €

  • Solutions will need to be presented as prototypes and use case presented life on the Nürburgring. The Jury rewards the best and advanced Application ready for a download and test with the App-Award.

3. Vitalsensoric-Award, 3000 €

  • Solutions will need to be presented as prototypes and use case presented life on the Nürburgring. The Jury rewards the best solution that imbeds vital sensoric measures via remote access to smartphones with the Vitalsensoric-Award


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Q&A

Is there a minimum Age?

  • Yes, minimum Age is 21 years.

Is there a maximum team size?

  • Yes, maximum team size will be 8.

What shall I bring into the event?

  • Computers, chargers, warm clothes, nothing illegal but good mood.

Who will own IP and new Business ideas?

  • Whatever generated will be owned by the teams who generated IP and ideas.

Where do I get additional information?

Whatever you need to know, contact us per mail.

Do you have questions about EmergencyEye® Hackathon am Ring? Contact COREVAS GmbH & Co.KG on behalf of the RAMSES Consortium

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When & Where


Nürburgring
Nürburgring Boulevard 1
Details will follow 48 hrs after submission of an application per e-mail!
53520 Nürburg
Germany

Friday, 16 February 2018 at 17:00 - Sunday, 18 February 2018 at 17:00 (CET)


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Organiser

COREVAS GmbH & Co.KG on behalf of the RAMSES Consortium

Since 2016,  Corevas GmbH & CO.KG has focused on the development of EmergencyEye®, a technology that will reliably guarantee remote access to smartphone-based information and functions in health crises and emergency situations.

Effective January 1, 2018, the development of EmergencyEye® will be supported by EIT Health, one of the world's largest public health initiatives initiated by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology, a European Union body. Implemented in an international consortium of 11 partners, EmergencyEye® aims to reliably guarantee remote access to smartphone-based information and functionality in health and emergency situations. While the funded RAMSES (Remote Access to Medical Information on Smartphones during Emergencies and Health CriseS) project is developing and standardizing the interface and platform for the interaction between dispatch centers and smartphones, the project will directly yield in the life-saving product EmergencyEye®. 

Corevas GmbH & CO.KG has been close working with the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and the other partners and leading international institutions in their fields as there are the RWTH Aachen University, the University of Cologne and the University Hospital Cologne, the Catholic University of Leuven and the Interuniversity Microelectronics Center in Leuven (imec), the BIO Clustermanagement NRW GmbH, ISE mbH, Liki Mobile Solution,  the Nofer Institute in Lodz and others.

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