The top three Civic and Industrial Hackathon teams will present the apps and IoT solutions they developed as part of the 2015 Meeting of the Minds Hackathon. Their challenge was to develop an application for smart and sustainable cities that is directly relevant to the needs of Richmond. The top Civic team wins a $5,000 cash prize from Qualcomm. AT&T is providing a $5,000 gift to a local Richmond non-profit on behalf of the winning Industrial Hackathon team.
- Moderator: Aidoo Osei, Director, Business Development, Smart Cities/Industrial IOT, Qualcomm
- Industrial Hackathon Award Provided by: Ruth Yomtoubian, Director, AT&T Foundry
Civic Hackathon Judges:
- Anthony Di Leva, Senior Business Development Analyst, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
- Scott Mauvais, Director, Technology & Civic Innovation, Microsoft
- Commissioner Catherine Sandoval, California Public Utilities Commission
- Clara Brenner, CEO, Tumml
- Adam Lenz, Environmental Manager, City of Richmond
Industrial Hackathon Judges:
- Aidoo Osei, Director, Business Development, Smart Cities/Industrial IOT, Qualcomm
- Gordon Feller, Board Co-President, Meeting of the Minds
- Mark Graham, Director of the Wayback Machine, Internet Archive
- Ruth Yomtoubian, Director, AT&T Foundry
- Corey Marshall, Director, Splunk4Good, Splunk, Inc.
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