01 August 2019
Registations are extended, you have more time to show your talent and ideas!
Are you a start-up, developer or researcher? We’re looking for you! Sign up for the AIRtificial Intelligence contest and take part in an hackathon focused on optimisation of maintenance and training operations in the aeronautical field.
AIRtificial Intelligence is an exceptional opportunity to build an ecosystem where knowledge, skills and talent of start-ups in the Artificial Intelligence field (Neural Networks & Deep Learning, Machine Learning, Semantic Web & NLP) come together and team up with universities, industry, organisations as well as with the Air Force.
On the 11th and 12th December 2019, all entrants who have passed the selection stage will take part in the two-day marathon hosted in the prestigious headquarters of the Istituto di Scienze Militari Aeronautiche in Florence, Italy. Competing teams will develop and present demonstrators for the solutions designed in response to the Hackathon “Challenge”. The event will conclude with the election of the winning team and the runner-up.
Participants will be supported by Leonardo and Air Force experts to better understand the operating context, technical and organisational aspects, as well as any constraints that characterise the systems, maintenance procedures and aeronautical training.
A jury of experts will select the two best solutions. The winning team will receive a cash prize of €3,500, while the runner-up will receive the sum of €1,500 in recognition of its work and commitment.
AIRtificial Intelligence is the second hackathon staged in Italy focusing on military aeronautical logistics after "Airathon" in 2018.
The final marathon will be preceded by a virtual preparatory event (online), that will be held on the 7th of November, at the end of which participants will be selected for the challenge on the 11th and 12th December. This preparatory event will be an on line "Challenge" where participants will be evaluated for their solution and will therefore be selected for the final event. Soon after the registrations are over, Oracle - the prestigious technological partner of the event - will fully support you with quick self-training materials, with start tutorials and hands-on-lab.
Oracle will also provide self-trial on OCI, that each challenger will be able to autonomously activate and the demo environment Knowledge Advanced for your self-training. Full details will follow after registrations are closed.
Further instructions for the challenge will be provided soon.
For more details about the Challenge, consult the "Challenge" document.
To take part in the contest, fill out the form, read the data protection notice and sign the waiver for the use of images.
Registration are now open until the 14th October 2019.
Both documents must then be sent to: email@example.com