Grand prize winners Michael Carroll, Michael Graham, and Time Coddington from team Search and TextYou.
First runner up, team EXP Emergency Services: Matt Brooks, Dustin Poisson, Jason Thomas, Danielle Hart, and Michelle Munguia.
We are looking for multifunctional solutions – that is, solutions that solve more than one problem at a time. The solutions will bring together multiple stakeholders and will most likely be a mix of technology, business, behavioral change and design thinking.
Here are some ideas for the challenge:
Projects will be judged based on the following criteria:
Participants are allowed to use the open source tools provided by NGA’s GitHub site (github.com/ngageoint) in addition to other commercially known open source tools. If you do not yet have a GitHub account you can sign up upon registration. Participants are also encouraged to use their own proprietary solutions to develop creative and efficient products. If you are representing a company, your company’s proprietary software assets are also allowed to be used with the appropriate permission within your organization. Please reference the Terms and Conditions data to confirm that all IP rights remain with the participant and/or the organization they are representing.
All participants must agree to the terms and conditions
Upon completion, will have a casual social to cap the event and allow people to socialize about their ideas.
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency will have subject matter experts on hand for the entirety of the event to answer content related questions and to give context to the datasets as needed.
Sponsors will be marketing this event heavily. Don’t be surprised if a news crew shows up along the way.