We at Altair have joined forces with the Swedish Institute in the Sweden-India Mobility Hack on February 26- 28 to innovate and co-create the future of mobility. Over the course of a 42h digital marathon sprint, hackers will work on industry challenges and develop ideas and solutions. Are you a creative problem solver? Sign up today. Let’s change the way we move!
Sign up today: http://hack.sweden.se/mobility-hack/
Emissions, fatal traffic accidents and ineffective traffic flows are problems shared by all large cities of the world. Sweden and India have already joined forces to tackle these issues and to support and propel that work the Swedish Institute is hosting a 42 hour digital hackathon called “Sweden India Mobility Hack –Changing the Way We Move” on 26 -28 February 2021. Students and entrepreneurs are invited to join the hackathon to help solve questions within these 5 categories:
- Lethal accidents in traffic
- Safe and sustainable transports
- Air pollution/emissions from traffic sector
- Infrastructure for connected vehicles
- Sustainable logistics
When participating in this hackathon you will get access to a unique network with some of Sweden and India’s major companies and universities. The winners in each category will get the chance to pitch their ideas and receive feedback from our partner organizations and continue developing their ideas supported by relevant partners.
Current partners in the hackathon are Altair, Tata Motors, Volvo Group, IKEA, SCEI Symbiosis Center of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Mobility X Labs, Google Earth Outreach, Zenseact, Ericsson One, Scania, WeWork Labs, AISweden and Afry together with the Consulate General of Sweden in Mumbai, the Embassy of Sweden to India and supported by Indian Road Safety Initiative, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Swedish Nationa lRoad and Transport Research Institute (VTI) Vision Zero Academy, Sweden India Business Council, Engineers without borders, Drive Sweden, Heap, Swedish Innovation and Science Parks (SISP), Vinnova, ABB, Chalmers University, Uppsala University, Sustainability InnoCenter, Consenz, The Techno Creatives, Women in Tech Gothenburg, Chain Traced, Fifix, Desapex, Power Cricle, Swedish Chamber of Commerce India and Opibus.