Hack4Industry 5.0

is a unique international hackathon
experience for industrial challenges

March 26-28, 2021 Online

Hack4Industry 5.0 is a three-day hackathon designed to promote digital innovations in industrial sector. Hackathon’s goal is to generate ideas on how to solve industrial business challenges and to offer alternative as well as innovative solutions. Hackathon will look for solutions to reduce businesses’ bottle necks, to be more efficient and to be more digitalised.

Hack4Industry 5.0 is a great opportunity to use your creativity, knowledge and skills, expand your horizons and make new partnerships!

Hackathon goal is to gather more than 100 enthusiastic participants who will be solving industrial business digitalisation challenges. Teams will be working on finding innovative solutions using IoT, big data or robotic technologies and aiming to create smarter and more efficient businesses.

Industrial SMEs, IT specialists, engineers, scientists, product designers, business consultants, entrepreneurs, students from higher education institutions and each European who has innovative ideas.

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Awards

Coming soon!

Registration

The registration will be closed in

2021/03/21 23:59:59
2021/03/21 23:59:59

March 26, Friday

  • 17:45 – participants showing up on Slack & Zoom platforms
  • 18:00 – Hack4Industry 5.0 opening
  • 18:05 – welcome words from organizators
  • 18:10 – presentation of the event agenda
  • 18:30 – presentation of technical details for participants
  • 19:00 – start of mentoring sessions
  • 21:00 – end of mentoring sessions, work in the teams

March 27, Saturday

  • 10:00 – workshop (topic shall be confirmed)
  • 11:00 – prototype development in teams, start of mentoring sessions
  • 19:00 – end of mentoring sessions, work in the teams continues

March 28, Sunday

  • 09:00 – prototype developmen in team, start of mentoring sessions
  • 10:00 – workshop (topic shall be confirmed)
  • 11.00 – end of mentoring sessions
  • 15:00 – final pitches sent in video format
  • 16:00 – Hack4Industry 5.0 final ceremony
  • 19:00 – awards
  • 19:15 – end of hackathon

Highlights

Challenges

01

Responding to COVID-19 – How to continue process operation in the manufacturing facility during the pandemics? To illustrate the pandemics negative impact: 78% of manufacturers had financial impact, 53% of manufacturers had change in operation, 35.5% of manufacturers had supply chain disruptions.

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Responding to COVID-19 – How to continue process operation in the manufacturing facility during the pandemics? To illustrate the pandemics negative impact: 78% of manufacturers had financial impact, 53% of manufacturers had change in operation, 35.5% of manufacturers had supply chain disruptions.

02

How to implement demand driven manufacturing in industry? How to smoothly adapt to changes of: new equipment costs, cost of acquiring new customers, need for a new facility, complications of adding a second shift?

02

How to implement demand driven manufacturing in industry? How to smoothly adapt to changes of: new equipment costs, cost of acquiring new customers, need for a new facility, complications of adding a second shift?

03

Margin making – how to flexibly adapt to changing demand of productions features and when the variability in production is expected (e.g. textile manufacturing, furniture manufacturing)?

03

Margin making – how to flexibly adapt to changing demand of productions features and when the variability in production is expected (e.g. textile manufacturing, furniture manufacturing)?

04

Data integration for the digital supply chain. For manufacturers, the key pieces to ensure a smooth integration are IoT sensors, RFID for inventory tracking, and a robust IT infrastructure that is ready for the massive amounts of data these technologies produce. How to implement these changes with the company that is using relatively outdated and insufficient IT infrastructure?

04

Data integration for the digital supply chain. For manufacturers, the key pieces to ensure a smooth integration are IoT sensors, RFID for inventory tracking, and a robust IT infrastructure that is ready for the massive amounts of data these technologies produce. How to implement these changes with the company that is using relatively outdated and insufficient IT infrastructure?

05

Producing with zero waste or minimum waste possible. How to reduce waste in production by enabling digital solutions?

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Producing with zero waste or minimum waste possible. How to reduce waste in production by enabling digital solutions?

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