Make your smart home devices do exactly what you want with a user-aware smart button
Conglatulations to all!!! Hope you also enjoyed the challenge to the limit of IoT via eny and Neura!
See you in next hackathon with our new innovative product!
1st Prize (Cash $5,000): Konnect
2nd Prize(Cash $2,000): Market place
3rd Prize(Cash $1,000): eny Medi
1st prize(1 year of free Neura api usage for team and Amazfit Pace): Baby Monitor, Smart Kitchen
3rd prize(1 year of free Neura api usage for team and Amazfit Equator): Konnect
<HW Trek Prize>
HW trek Prize("Standard sourcing service" prize worth $5,000): Project Free Food
<Draper University Prize>
Draper University Prize($2000 scholarship for Draper University): Konnect
At the eny Hackathon, we're going to test the limits of the Internet of Things (IoT) with the help of a user-aware, battery-less smart button.
eny is a button that simplifies your users' lives by telling their smart home devices what to do. For example, if, every morning, a user walks around the house to turn on various lights, queue up the news on their TV, and start her coffee machine, she can instead tap eny, and it will do those tasks for her in an instant.
Increase Usage with Contextual Awareness
To get the most out of eny, you need it to understand and adapt to the user's day-to-day context. That's where the Neura SDK comes in. By tracking sensor data on users' devices and then analyzing it with proprietary machine learning algorithms, Neura gains an in-depth contextual knowledge of the customer. With users' consent, Neura will share contextual insights about users with third party devices like eny to enable advanced personalization.
Boost usage and retention. Attract new customers.
If you simplify your smart device with eny and personalize it with Neura, your customers will love it. They'll use it more and rave about it.
Get exposure to VCs.
You’ll get the chance to pitch your team/product to venture capitalists for potential seed funding and to members of Panasonic’s management team for potential partnership opportunities.
We're giving away four different prizes ranging from cash ($$$) to free sourcing services.
What we provide
eny with following options:
- Basic option (free): Will be provided on January 21st and returned after hackathon.
- Advanced shipping and take away option ($100): Starting December 10th, we will offer advanced shipping on take away devkits. You also can register on Eventbrite beginning December 10th.
- Student option (free): Beginning December 10th, if you’re a student, we will give you a free eny button (one per team). You must return the eny button(s) after the hackathon.
The Neura SDK
Connected device and appliance (amount to be discussed)
Registration/Idea submission due: Nov 23rd
Finalist announcement: Dec 1st
Devkit delivery*: Dec 10th~
Hackathon day: Jan 21st
Only those who applied to advanced shipping option.
- Team has to include developer.
- Teams with own products will have priority. It doesn’t have to be in the market.
- Participation fee is $5/person (Only applies to those who qualify for the hackathon day. No fee for idea submissions).
How to enter
1. Submit a product idea that uses eny and/or Neura to enhance the user experience/interface of your product. Explain how eny and/or Neura accomplishes this. Submit your idea to firstname.lastname@example.org using eny template by Nov 23rd at 11:59 p.m. PST.
- Team leader name:
- Team leader mail:
- Team leader phone:
- Company name/Team leader name:
2. Once you are selected as a finalist, register on Eventbrite (registration opens in Dec).
3. Hackathon day is January 21st! Submit your demo via Devpost.
Director of New Business Development / EMCBD / AIS / Panasonic
Head of Business Development / Neura
CEO / HWTrek
Program Director / Draper University
Design Lead / IDEO
Mechatronics Engineer / IDEO
Startup Engagement Lead / SAP Startup Focus
President / PRDCA / Panasonic
Value to user
Is product/service solves pain point of customer or provide positive benefit?
New user experience
How eny could uniquely contribute to create new user experience?
Distinctiveness vs. existing solution
How is the solution unique to existing product/service?