Last Chance to Register for IATR's 4th Annual
"Smart City" Hack-A-Thon!
Dates: Friday, April 12, 2019 - Thursday, April 18, 2019
The International Association of Transportation Regulators (IATR), a non-profit educational organization comprised of government transportation professionals, is proud to host its 4th Annual Hack-A-Thon competition. The IATR, along with its advisory board member organizations, which include university partners, government transportation agencies, mobility thought-leader groups and other innovative partners, will be working together on supporting, promoting and participating in this unique Hack-A-Thon data competition. The data can be used to present solutions to problems and innovative multi-modal mobility service and safety enhancements to promote the guiding principles set forth by the host city of Calgary. These solutions or service enhancements may include technology-based initiatives, government policy recommendations, and/or service delivery improvements that can implemented in the private and/or public sector, or through public/private partnerships. Anyone who is interested in participating as a contestant, data supplier or sponsor, should contact the IATR at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hack-A-Thon Prizes and Awards
IATR is also please to announced that Curb will be sponsoring this year's Hack-A-Thon competition. Curb Mobility will be offering a $2,500 cash prize to student winners and the IATR will match this amount for a cash prize of $5,000. Student winners will be awarded between $2,500 to $5,000, within the sole discretion of the IATR, and will be asked to present at IATR's annual conference in Calgary. Curb Mobility will also be offering an internship opportunity for students.
Private sector competitors (teams that include start-ups, private businesses, or other entities not solely comprised of students or faculty), shall NOT be eligible for cash prizes - but instead will be eligible for discounted or free sponsorship or exhibition space at the 2019 IATR conference, within the sole discretion of the IATR. To learn more about Curb, please click here