ePIcenter partners cooperate for ITS Hackathon Event in Hamburg

01/10/2021 - 02/10/2021
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The ePIcenter partners Logistics Initiative Hamburg, Port of Antwerp and Einride are joining forces within the ePIcenter Innovation Bridge initiative. For the ITS Hackathon - taking place on 1st & 2nd October 2021 in Hamburg, Germany & hosted by Logistics Initiative Hamburg - Port of Antwerp and Einride are hosting challenges to be solved by hackers and developers during the event.


Oct 1st 2021 till Oct 2nd 2021



The challenges cover ideas on the prediction of potentially dangerous situations for vessel traffic in ports in order to reduce risks and accident hazards as well as innovative ideas on automated and connected driving.

Together with data sets provided by partners like Microsoft, City of Hamburg, Hamburg Port Authority, Deutsche Bahn, Fujitsu, PTV Group and others, participants will be provided with a broad and extensive “data playground” enabling the creation of ideas based on actual data sets.

The ITS Hackathon takes place in cooperation with the ITS World Congress, taking place in October 2021 in Hamburg. Einride and ePIcenter will also be present as speakers at the ITS World Congress itself on Thursday 14th October 2021, 4 PM. (see detailed Congress Technical Programme).

Furthermore, the winner teams of the ITS Hackathon 2021 will also be announced on the ITS World Congress.

More about the ITS Hackathon event: General Info as well as Details & Registration (in German language)

Hackers, software and hardware developers, start-ups and creative minds with good ideas are invited to take part in the ITS Hackathon and develop solutions for the missions presented by of Port of Antwerp and Einride.

In principle, anyone who wants to work on new challenges and find new innovative solutions can take part. Participation (on site in Hamburg) is free of charge.

More about ePIcenter Innovation Bridge: here

ePIcenter project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 861584.