To start, all attendees that participate in the hackathon competition on June 9 and 10 will get to take home their own Marvin IoT development board, valued at $90.
Prizes will be awarded to the teams that demonstrate the most innovative smart city solutions using LoRaWAN technology and will be judged by creativity, problem-solving, and use of the full hardware/software tech stack.
3rd: Team members each receive $200 gift cert. to Adafruit
The winning teams and ideas will also be shared during the adjacent LoRa Alliance summit, where IoT network carriers from around the world will be gathered in Philadelphia.
In order to be eligible for hackathon prizes, projects built at this hackathon must use LoRaWAN technologies available onsite and must be submitted as open source projects, using the standard MIT License.