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Joakim Andersson

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About this event

In The Considition 2019, you will develop an algorithm that will help GLOBHE’s drones to analyze its surroundings. With the aim to let the drone make decisions on its own concerning where and how necessities such as food, water and medicine can be dropped down from the sky.

The winners of The Considition 2019 will go on an extraordinary trip to Tanzania together with the Consid and GLOBHE crew where unforgettable memories awaits. You will visit Lake Victoria Challenge, a competition that aims to improve the lives of the 30 million people who live in the world’s most densely populated rural area and get to know the African savannas through safaris. The trip takes place on November 26th - December 1st. Everything is included.

Sign up here: http://theconsidition.se/

Prizes

  • Home-1st
  • Trip to Tanzania
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Schedule

  • Sunday
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  • Monday
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Rules

You can only participate in the hackathon by signing up on http://theconsidition.se/. The task at hand is one of image segmentation and analysis. Given a set of drone images, the task is to find...

You can only participate in the hackathon by signing up on http://theconsidition.se/.

The task at hand is one of image segmentation and analysis. Given a set of drone images, the task is to find all buildings, all roads and all the water in the images and then report back how large part of each image is covered in each of the three features. A score will be assigned depending on how accurate the assessment is. There will be a time limit on how long you will have to answer so some kind of computer vision will be required to complete it within the time limit.

The winner will be the team that has the highest total score during the competition. If multiple teams would get the same score, the team that turned in their solution first will be the winner.