All challenges

An overview of all challenges that happend during the hackathons

The Hague 5

19 - 27 November 2022

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Past challenges

An overview of all challenges that happend during past hackathons

Drone Flight Control

by RHIA & DECK180

Drones will become a standard element in logistics and all kinds of urban services. To ensure a safe usage of the air space it seems inevitable to create special control centers for drones.

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Remote sensing for water salinity monitoring

by Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management

The local water supply and management solutions are quite advanced yet still facing bottlenecks and exploring areas for improvement. The most important balance lies between saline and fresh water resources.

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Urban Flood Mitigation

by Climate Action Center & 4TU

This summer saw unprecedented flooding in Germany, the Netherlands, the UK, China and beyond. Flooded areas included both rural and urban areas, with total property damage exceeding 10 billion euros.

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Blockchain against misinformation

by Ministry of Defence

How can we help Royal Netherlands Army to safeguard trust within its own ranks and within the broader defense system (= Remarkable Trinity of...

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DeepFake Alert

by Find Out Why

The technology that is used to create Deep Fakes and Synthetic Media is the same. However, the problem is that DeepFakes are deployed to cause harm.

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Combating horizontal fraud

by Ministry of Justice and Security & OM

The Netherlands’ online environment has become a comfortable setting for various types of cybercrime due to its high quality and dense access to the internet, predominant online trading, as well as a growing target group of more vulnerable users with different levels of cultural and tech literacy

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Food Waste

by Invisible Foods

Today we produce enough food to feed 10 billion people. However, the population is only 7,5 billion. At the same time, in some parts of the world...

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Water & Circular Greenhouse Economy

by Greenport West-Holland

How can we encourage (greenhouse) growers to get insights and be involved in the relation between their production and their local environment's...

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Environmental crimes

by Politie

Environmental crime is on the rise, and is now widely recognised as one of the largest criminal areas world-wide. Despite its destructive nature, and the threat it poses to health, detecting environmental crime has proven to be immensely difficult. The main issue is that environmental crimes are invisible.

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