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After 60 days of developing, we are excited to announce the winners of the Smart City contest on Hackster.io. With the contest we posed a number of unique challenges from corporates who are looking toward DLT to help solve the problems their industries are facing. The IOTA and Hackster communities came together and responded with a number of great hardware-based solutions to these issues.
IOTA Hub on Hackster
While we had a number of wonderful entries, we were unable to award all of them in this contest. Instead, we are displaying all of the entries that used IOTA in the contest on an IOTA only hub on the Hackster website. This hub will display projects from across Hackster that are tagged with ‘IOTA’.
Since the contest, the hub has had over 11,000 views and become full with projects that are easy for developers to follow along with. In the coming year we expect the hub to fill up with even more projects as more contests are run on the Hackster platform. See the IOTA Hub.
In the Smart Mobility category we had Severine Glock from Groupe Renault judging the entries. After deliberation we determined that these were the following category winners:
“I was impressed by the demonstrations using IOTA on use cases like EV charging, multimodal transportation or data sharing inside an ecosystem which are crucial for the mobility in the smart cities of tomorrow. Hoping to see those PoCs turn into reality ! Thanks for your participation and efforts. Congratulations to the winners, enjoy your tokens!”
— Severine Glock, System Architect, Groupe Renault
In the Smart Energy category we had Ludovic Millier from Birdz by Veolia judging the entries. After deliberation we determined that these were the following ...
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