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Hacking for Green and smart cities

Published Feb 19, 2016

The 14:th green hackathon is finalized! For 24 hour 100 participants from 25 different nations cooperated and created hacks to find solutions for sustainable cities. “Smart Cities Green Hackathon” 12-13 February had four challenges presented by organizations and a municipality: Stockholm Digital Care, Sweco City Sensors, Skjutsgruppen and Nacka kommun.

On the links below you can watch the presentations from all teams, sorted according to the four challenges:

A big congratulation to the winning teams!

Stockholm Digital care

For the Stockholm Digital Care challenge (no name order) – Team Drive Care: Mohit Yadav, Giovanna Vilaza, Miquel Marti, Mikko Honkanen, Burak Kelginlioglu

Sweco City Sensors

For the Sweco City Sensors challenge (no name order) – Team Grinway: Rustam Alashrafov, Charalampos Antonopoulos, Paulina Chojnicka, Dimitris Mantzoros, Lydia Marantou


For the Skjutsgruppen challenge (no name order) – Team Softhouse: Tobias Nilsson, Stellan Lindell, Robin Lindell, Tobbe Lundberg, Rodrigo Carrasco

Nacka Green Walls and Roofs

For the Nacka Green Walls and Roofs challenge (no name order) – Green ++: Isabel Enerson, Leonel Campos, Valerija Stepanova, Hanna Brandner, Maksym Kunytsia

The winning teams will be given a chance to be present their solution to the responsible companies or organizations, for the possibility – but no promise – of further development and implementation.

The Smart Cities Green Hackathon was organized by CESC/KTH and the Swedish consultancy company Sweco and sponsored by COOP.

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Last changed: Feb 19, 2016