Submissions accepted through November 15, 2019.
An open call for innovative individuals, teams, and organizations to participate virtually by developing a prototype or solution to address one of the Tech to Protect Challenge contests. Participants who are unable to attend a regional codeathon in person hosted in one of the 10 cities are encouraged to submit a solution to any of the contests online.
Online contest registration is a two-step process that must be completed in order to receive up-to-date information regarding your participation and submitting a solution.
- First, indicate your interest to participate using the “REGISTER TO PARTICIPATE” button to confirm you will submit a solution virtually.
- Then, once your solution is ready, you can submit it through the Screendoor platform between now and November 15, 2019 by using the “SUBMIT A SOLUTION” button.
Please note, regional codeathon participants are also encouraged to submit their best and final submissions through the online contest. Top-ranked online contest participants will be eligible for up to $1,850,000 in cash prizes and will be announced at the National Award Event Contest taking place in April 2020.
- Tips for Submitting in the Online Contest
- Testing Submissions: Preparing your submission for Android or iOS emulators
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for mission-critical response.
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in critical vehicle collisions.
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Incentivizing Homeowners to Create Pre-Incident Plans for Firefighters
Voice Commands to Virtual Assistants:
Hands Free Device Control
Monitoring Emergency Responders’ Health
Placing Deployable Networks in Emergencies
Making the Case:
Proactive Image Protection
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