The FitForFuture group from Robert Bosch Engineering and Enterprise Options Pvt Ltd secured the primary place within the not too long ago concluded Gov-Tech-Thon 2020 for demonstrating an revolutionary resolution prototype for automating car health checks, the Ministry of Electronics and IT stated on Friday.
The second prize went to “HackDemons” of Indian Institute of Data Know-how Vadodara in Gujarat for offering a safe resolution for delivering unsupervised assessments remotely.
The “Orange” group from PES College Bengaluru secured the third prize for offering a novel resolution for seed certification utilizing blockchain expertise.
The 36-hour, the pan-India digital hackathon was organised by world technical skilled organisation IEEE, Nationwide Informatics Centre (NIC) and Cloud main Oracle, beneath the aegis of the Ministry of Electronics and IT.
Neeta Verma, Director Basic, NIC, stated that this digital hackathon displayed a novel mixture of social sector and rising applied sciences. The hackathon has enabled using rising applied sciences for social inclusion, empowerment of individuals and total upliftment of the nation, she stated.
“It was a fantastic collaboration and a fantastic platform to seed innovation concepts,” stated Shailender Kumar, Regional Managing Director, Oracle India.
Facilitated by IEEE Pc Society, the digital hackathon was open to college students, working professionals, startups, freelance technologists, college, and IT companies corporations in India.
It acquired registrations from over 1,300 aspirants forming 390 groups. Shortlisted 447 fanatics from 100 groups participated within the hackathon on the 5 drawback statements supplied by three Central ministries — Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare, Ministry of Street Transport and Freeway, and Ministry of Training.
An evaluation of proposals was achieved by a panel of 27 jurors from the business, academia and the federal government.