THANKS EVERYONE FOR THIS YEAR’S EDITION!
Smart Mobility Winner
An user from outside of
Barcelona wants to go from A to B. The plan is to calculate where the user will
park its car in a micro city when reaching Barcelona, and then it calculates the
public transport the he will need to use to reach the point B.
An App is used to help the user finding those Micro Cities and the services inside it. If the user uses those services, he's rewarded with discounts.
Driving Experience Apps Winner
Giving the users an app that encourages them to take alternative routes that minimize the overall user travel time. In the event of him having to take a route different from the optimal one, the user will be rewarded. The app uses OpenStreetMap and is browser oriented.
Driving Experience Hardware Winner
Detection and early warning of cyclists or other two-wheeled vehicles. Through ibeacon technology, vehicles will be able to detect those vehicles or obstacles by incorporating an ibeacon device that allows them to be located at a distance. Even without visibility, the vehicle could detect with a margin of error of few centimeters what is the position of the bike or motorcycle.
Last year’s winners
The main idea of this project is to combine two cameras inside the car with an autonomous learning machine, in order to automatically adjust parameters than can affect the driver’s experience, for example: automatically adjusting the mirrors or sunshade.
The main idea of this project is to develop a web app that can be used to find empty parking spaces, which cuts down on the time and fuel that is wasted in looking for places to park. The app can provide big data from its sensors for subsequent analysis.
The main idea of this project is to establish interaction between the driver and the steering wheel through preprogramed vibration patterns.
What do you need to participate?
You have to meet some requirements to join our quest.
- You must be at least 18 years old.
- You have to be a college student or recently graduated (width at least two years' training).
- Easy, right?