European Regional Development Fund
The Interindustria Knowledge Centre Foundation is organizing a Local Development Hackathon for primary school students in Cered on 16 June 2021.
The Interindustria Knowledge Centre Foundation is organizing a one-day Local Development Hackathon in framework of the Smart Communities 2.0 – How to be smart in the countryside? (SKHU/1902/4.1/027) project.
The main goal of the project is to support the smartness of rural settlements, including the development of “smart” communities and the implementation of knowledge transfer. A Hackathon with a specific focus on local development contributes to this goal. This one-day competition will be organized for young students and based on the use of innovative IT tools and knowledge.
The Hackathon is innovative and practice-oriented since students can
Tasks include a geocaching-based treasure hunt, creating a cadastre of landscape values (Vault building) on a particular municipality using the information content of the "treasures" found, and a situational exercise on a local development problem.