Leapfrog Hack is a Global Hackathon focused on the leverage of leapfrog tech, Organized as part of the Smart Cities global investors and technology summit 2018 By CSE Club and the wilaya of Algiers.

The Algiers Smart City Summit (smartcityalgiers.com) will be focused on positioning a new thesis for the development of a new technology ecosystems. Within that context, 2 key events will be organized: a global smart city hackhaton and a global smart city startup challenge. The events will run concurrent with the smart city conference, and will be primarily hosted at the Algiers City tech hub and experimental lab

 

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Prizes

$29,000 in prizes

Paid Internship @ Cevital + Incubation @ IncubMe

Paid Internship @ SofreCom (Tunisia) + 100 000Da from AgroTech

1200$ each from Launch Academy + High-end Laptops from Ericsson

200 000Da from Eficiency

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Judges

Samir Tagzout

Samir Tagzout
R&D&I Director at Groupe Brandt - Algeria

Frank Rayal

Frank Rayal
CEO, Telesystem Innovations Inc. (TSI) - Toronto, Canada

Paddy Ramanathan

Paddy Ramanathan
Founder and Managing Director, iValley Innovation Center - USA

Eric Chan

Eric Chan
CEO, Mobileslate - Silicon Valley, USA

Ananda Sen Gupta

Ananda Sen Gupta
CEO, Trackmybeat - New Delhi, India

Anurag Maunder

Anurag Maunder
CEO & Founder, dLoop - San Francisco, USA

Rabih Khoury

Rabih Khoury
Senior Executive, Middle East Venture Partners (MEVP) MEA - UAE

Yazid Abela

Yazid Abela
Owner of ImaginePartners - Paris, France

Sophiane Azzizi

Sophiane Azzizi
Customer Director at SEAAL - Algeria

Karim Cherfaoui

Karim Cherfaoui
CEO ar Divona - Algeria

Judging Criteria

  • 20% - Ambition of Problem
    Scale and complexity of the problem being explored.
  • 20% - Innovation of Solution
    Scale and novelty of the technology being used, and/or the architectural approach taken.
  • 20% - Quality of Implementation
    Ability for the team to reach a conclusion about the viability of the project.
  • 20% - People Impact
    Total impact of the idea and impact on cost of goods sold (COGS).
  • 20% - Quality of Presentation
    Ability for the judges to clearly understand (a) what the desired functionality is, and (b) see that the functionality is behaving as expected.

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