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March 27th–29th

A 48-hour challenge
March 27th–29th

Hack the Crisis Norway is an online hackathon set up to meet the challenges our society is facing as a result of the coronavirus. The event is organised by volunteers from the tech and startup community in Norway.

In a hackathon, people come together to create solutions and concepts from scratch in a short amount of time. Over the course of a weekend, people all over Norway joined forces to create innovative solutions to the corona crisis.

We invited everyone to take part and cooperate to find solutions that will help us during the crisis and beyond.


Have a look at some of the solutions created to:

  • Save
    communities
  • Save
    businesses
  • Save
    lives

Save Lives

1st prize:

3D printer mot covid-19

2nd prize

CoSupply

Others who made it to top 10 (in random order):

VoiceMED

DEFCON-19

AnalysisMODE

CoProne

Redd

Hig

Unicraft

Smitteslalom

Boost.ai

Save Communities

1st prize

Omkrets

2nd prize

Vyral - Play it safe

Others who made it to top 10 (in random order):

Stay Box

Safe Socialising

Restart

Art Connect

Risk Free

Your Neighbourhood

Koronaportalen

Clans of Cause

Save Businesses

1st prize

Project Wham

2nd prize

Cabbie

Others who made it to top 10 (in random order):

ImmuniKey

4NOEN

Panda Training

City Invest

zetbring

MUnity

TMP

MSS-Info-Tiles

Prizes

The winner in each category gets 100,000 NOK to develop their idea, the runners up takes away 50,000 NOK each.

Our partner Accenture will also provide support to the winners and runner ups. They will see through that the teams get follow-ups and counseling in the ensuing time.

The teams will get all the information needed after announcement on Sunday.

Jury criterias

On sundag we announce the winner and the ideas will be evaluated by the jury based on the following criteria:

1. Originality

The project needs to create new solutions or apply existing solutions in a new, innovative way.

2. Feasibility

The project must be realistic in terms of the legal, technological and scientific aspects of the solution. It should be possible to realise the project within a few months (exceptions can be made for particularly impactful solutions with a long-term perspective).

3. Impact

The project should make a real difference in the struggle to save lives, communities and businesses. It should make a significant positive change for a large number of people or for groups particularly affected by the corona crisis.
  

Important links

See all the challanges that’s been reportedClick here to see draft your submissionSee the teams
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Event timeline

Friday March 27

4:00 pm

Hackathon starts! Opening event online - then we get to work!

9:00 pm

First draft submission deadline

Saturday March 28

10:00 am

First check-in with your mentor

4:00 pm

Second check-in with your mentor  


8:00 pm

Second draft submission deadline

Sunday March 29

10:00 am

Last check-in with your mentor

4:00 pm

Final submission deadline - you’re done!

8:00 pm

Closing session and awards!

Monday March 30

8:00 am

New initiatives to take ideas and solutions further - to be continued…

  • Save lives

The healthcare system, the government and the population are working together to get through the corona crisis. How can we keep the population healthy, battle the virus and help those who are affected? Can we develop solutions that will prepare us for future challenges? 

  • Save communities

Movement restrictions and social distancing are changing our daily lives and the ways in which we interact with each other. Many people are isolated, events are cancelled and communities are unable to come together the way they are used to. Can we use this crisis as an opportunity to find new ways of staying connected and building communities? 

  • Save businesses

Norwegian businesses are facing unprecedented challenges as a result of the corona crisis. Companies are shutting down and people are losing their jobs. How can we ensure that businesses and jobs survive the crisis? How can companies adapt to meet the new reality? Can we collaborate across sectors to find new solutions?

Firestarters!

Emergence
Code11
Oslo Business Region
Oslo Kommune

Partners

IKT Norge
Nordic Edge
Guana
Garage48
Cisco
Smartbyene
Junction
Doga
Skift
Macsimum
Impact startup
Oiiku
Brainify
Startup Norway

Sponsors

Nito
telia
Microsoft
Accenture
Global Connect
Fortum
Ferd
Experis
Blender Collective
KS
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