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2017.08.10

[News] Invitation to ideathon & hackathon 2017 for development of applications for traffic safety assistance.

The Center for Co-evolutional Social Systems of Kyushu University and the innovation hub for a mobility society of Nagoya University will jointly hold an ideathon.

Let's think together about traffic safety utilizing data.

You may bring your children as a baby-sitter is available.

Please see below for the details.

Abstract

Ideathon - Utilizing more data in the world for traffic safety.

The purpose is to have ideas which promote traffic safety of citizens such as data collection for traffic safety or efficient display methods of hazard information.

In addition based on the ideas a hackason is planned in November to develop prototypes of applications for traffic safety assistance.

Main sponsors: The Center for Co-evolutional Social Systems of Kyushu University and
         the innovation hub for a mobility society of Nagoya University

Co-sponsors: Institute of Systems, Information Technologies and Nanotechnologies
        (ISIT), Big Data & Open Data Initiative Kyushu(BODIK),
        UDC2017 Executive Committee

Date: August 26 2017
Venue:Fukuoka SRP Center Building, 2nd Floor training room
   URL: http://www.fukuoka-srp.co.jp/access/index.html

Capacity: approximately 30 max
Fee: Free
Others:
Anybody can participate in the event.
There is no obligation to participate in the hackathon planned in Nov.
You may bring your children as a baby-sitter is available.

Application:
Please send an Email to the address below with your name and title with the subject
" application for the ideathon" 
E-mail: shi.takano@coi.kyushu-u.ac.jp

*The information will be used only for the communication from the organizer.

Application deadline: August 24, 2017

Time schedule
12:30 Registration
13:00 Greeting by Mr. Yoichi Korehisa, PL of Kyushu University COI
13:10 Input seminar: for the development of traffic assistance applications
    1. Traffic hazard map: Ms. Sachiko Ono, Nagoya University COI
    2. Urban surveillance: Dr. Shigeru Takano, Kyushu University COI
    3. Which of the five senses information should touch?
13:40 Start of the ideathon
17:00 End of the ideathon

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