The Smart Cities Hackathon with a Chance to Win Cash Prize 7,000 TND 2020

The Smart Cities Hackathon with a Chance to Win Cash Prize 7,000 TND 2020



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Date limite
15 oct. 2020
Niveau d'études
Type d'opportunité
Financement d'opportunité
Financement complet
Pays éligibles
Région éligible
Toutes les régions

Devpost announced the 2020 Tunisian Smart Cities Online Hackathon. This hackathon is about developing the smartest sustainable solutions for the Tunisian municipalities. It is a great opportunity for those who are interested in making their city a smarter place to live. 

Devpost will give participants resources and incentives to go out of their way to learn new things from each other and apply the skills they have. The participants will be in close contact with municipalities in order to develop smart applications that solve their specific problems in the following topics:

  • Smart Governance.
  • Smart Health.
  • Smart Mobility.
  • Smart Energy.
  • Smart Waste.
  • Smart Food and Agriculture.

By the end of the hackathon, Devpost hopes participants will have created cool new things and also become better problem solvers. Devpost hopes also that municipalities will use their developed applications.


  • First Place: 7,000 TND.
  • Second Place: 5,000 TND.
  • Third Place: 3,000 TND.


Entrepreneurs, students, designers, researchers, developers, and people are encouraged to participate in the hackathon in order to build solutions that will make the cities more efficient. 

Judging Criteria:

  • Relevance: Was the solution relevant to Smart Cities?
  • Creativity: How original was the solution?
  • Impact: How impactful will this solution be for its target audience? Is it scalable?
  • Presentation: How well was the idea presented? Is the power and objective of the project clear?
  • Design: How well designed is this solution, from blockchain usage through to UI/UX?


  • Machine Learning/ AI.
  • IoT.
  • Communication.

Hackathon rules:

  • All design elements, code, hardware builds, etc. for the project must be created during the event. Third-party tools and frameworks are allowed. While the applicant may not begin coding in advance, he can plan and discuss it with his team in advance. Written documents and design sketches are allowed. The applicant may also incorporate pre-existing material that is freely available to the public into his project, such as public domain images, Creative Commons music, open-source libraries, existing APIs and platforms, and the like.
  • Teams must plan on writing significant software, though hardware may be incorporated.
  • Teams must be comprised of a minimum of 3 participants with different expertise fields.
  • Teams should prepare a short (up to 5 minutes) project pitch to be given to a subset of the judges, by 15 October 2020.
  • Only 10 Teams will be invited by the judges to present in detail their projects.
  • The prizes not specified otherwise will be awarded solely based on the decision of the judging panel. Some prizes may be determined by a peer or other forms of review.
  • At least one team member must be online present during sign-in, and one must be conscious and present to present the project to the judges during their assigned presentation time. 

About Devpost:

Build products, practice skills, learn technologies, win prizes, and grow your network. Hackathons are about learning and having fun. We’ve partnered with great organizations like Oculus, Uber, Evernote, Twitter, Twilio, Venmo, IBM, Microsoft, Qualcomm, and more to bring you new opportunities to practice your skills, learn new technologies / APIs, work on interesting problems, and win some amazing prizes.

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