Motor City Hackathon Information Session
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WHAT IS MOTOR CITY HACK?
WSU's Motor City Hack is the Hackathon hosted by the WSU's Industrial & Systems Engineering Department, Computer Science, Public Health, Urban Studies, College of Engineering, Mike Ilitch School of Business and Industry partner HERE Technologies. It is 100% free of charge, $$ Prizes $$. This year, Motor City Hack plans to host up to 150 participants in person on April 7th-8th.
Join HERE Technologies & Wayne State University alongside the City of Detroit and the Southeast Michigan Council of Government on a 2-day Motor City Hackathon to showcase how location technology and innovation can work together to improve the Mobility, Health and the Well-Being of society.
Our communities and the way we move have changed substantially in the past 2 years and as a result we can all benefit from improving our Mobility, Health and Well-being.
We want enthusiastic and innovative teams to come together to use location technology to build useful apps and solutions that
- Improve personal and corporate Mobility in the Motor City or other urban areas
- Support personal and societal health and well-being
Solutions may include but not be limited to helping with Mobility for various populations, assist in accessing healthcare and fitness facilities for physical and psychological health and well-being, address the future of Mobility for work, school, or personal usage.
Interested in participating in the Motor City Hackathon on April 7-8?
Join this information session to ask question and get more details!
Visit our website at: https://motor-city-hack.devpost.com/