October 11-13, 2019 / INSA Strasbourg
Every industry is facing problems. Let's imagine viable solutions and create the future of technology.
A hackathon is an enjoyable moment. Working on challenges gathers and increases energies.
Discoveries, meetings, surprises. Working in a hackathon means to get out of its comfort zone.
Free keynotes open to the public
In a context of globalization, the transformation of companies is often taking into account multicultural environments, by the location of subsidiaries, suppliers, the recruitment of employees ... the success of these various situations requires to be aware of the differences point of view, work habits, process. Seen on this side of the Rhine, German would be really more pragmatic?
Law and innovation are still presented as opposites: innovations need an environment with little regulation if we want to see them emerge when the law is supposed to limit them. But what would happen if we began to conceive the law differently? Iris Champagne, researcher at Paris Dauphine University proposes to answer this question by using the theories of conception in order to conceive the right to support radical innovations.
To increase its business performance at the time of the 4.0, it is to integrate the whole chain of the product in its process of digitization of the sale on the order, from the production to the delivery. The quality of the digital wire thus conceived is essential to the success of the transformation.
Frederic Sanuy's keynote
They worked 54 hours non stop! They went to the end of their idea. Together, they have found a solution and are ready to share it with the public and submit it to the verdict of the jury. Suspense!
The Hacking Industry Camp by Alsace Digitale is a hackathon dedicated to industry. It is an event which aims to defy preconceived ideas and facilitate the creation of new projects. Teams with various skills confront each other during the whole weekend in order to invent and develop prototypes of applications, connected devices,... It is a place where communities meet and confront many ideas with one goal: innovation!
54 hours to take part in the adventure Factory 4.0. Change the industries foundations, question its processes, make it more flexible, more creative.
54 hours to break new ground together in a diverse group that includes developers, engineers, designers, makers, users, marketers,...
54 hours to brainstorm and come up with new ideas, to foster their emergence, to implement them and to create innovative projects that will continue, either through the establishment of startups, or within existing companies.
Challenges are presented to the participants by the leader of the project.
People vote for challenges they like the most and create teams
Teams work on their projects
The project is presented to a jury composed of professionals and prizes are attributed
A hackathon (also known as a hack day, hackfest or codefest) is an event in which programmers and others involved in software development and hardware development, including graphic designers, interface designers and project managers, collaborate intensively on software projects. Occasionally, there is a hardware component as well.
Gilles Babinet, Digital Champion
It’s the third industrial revolution. I am committed to the idea that there has been a massive paradigm shift which requires an economic, social, industrial and different culture which has disrupted our economy and the society’s organization
Jean Paul Viart, Humanoides
As the day-to-day life becomes more and more digitalized and computerized, innovation creates, on the contrary, a great collaboration.
Bernard Stiegler, Ars Industrialis
Innovation means collectivize technological inventions which stem from scientifics insights. Innovate means produce new things (methods, objects, services) in order to install them in a market.
Jeremy Rifkin, Economist
The forecastings made by Cisco show that within 2022, the Internet of Things will generate 14,4 trillion of dollars of profits and incomes. Another study conducted by General Electric, published in November 2012, concludes that the productivity and efficiency gains, provoked by an industrial and digitalize system, will have a big impact on all the economic sectors within 2025. It will have an impact on about a half of the global economy.
No less than 12 prototypes of projects have come out of this 2019 edition, and 9 of them have been awarded
Once again, the Hacking Industry Camp will take place at the INSA