The “HackTheCrisis” offer of free non-commercial use of Yggio and the CIP open data platform is extended for Corona related projects.

The official COVID-19 hackathon in Sweden has ended

In the virtual hackathon on April 3-6, 7400 participants designed, tested and executed solutions for the future of Sweden. The mission was to find and develop solutions to find new methods to be used in the ongoing resistance.

“Magic – that is the only word that can describe this. I am overwhelmed by the response from all parts of society – from the public sector, to the private sector, and citizens.” – Ann Molin, Head Project Manager

DIGG, the Agency for Digital Government, will start working towards the implementation of the winning solutions.

“DIGG will coordinate, coach and follow up on the support given to our stakeholders to quickly implement the solutions.” – Anna Eriksson, Director General at DIGG.

Sensative extends the offer

Sensative and partner Civity is extending the offer for HackTheCrisis for Swedish non-commercial Corona related projects.

The offer includes a free set-up of our open horizontal IoT integration platform Yggio in combination with the CKAN based City Innovation Platform from Sensative’s partner Civity.

Interested parties can contact us for further information and support. / +46 729 943286

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