ETSI is pleased to endorse the Droidcon MEC HACKATHON 2020 - The 5G challenge!
What is the Hackathon?
Develop mobile applications for advanced services in MEC-enabled 5G networks.
The droidcon MEC Hackathon was a cutting edge competition designed to test your skills and abilities as a Multi-Access Edge Application developer!
Developers also had the chance to gain remote access in advance to real MEC platforms.
MEC (Multi-access Edge Computing) can serve many key 5G use cases. Most of them are related to application scenarios specifically targeted to vertical markets of the 5G era. The purpose of this Hackathon is to demonstrate the usage of MEC system as an enabler for different use cases and business objectives, helping all stakeholders to develop a diverse, open MEC ecosystem.
Examples of MEC-enabled vertical segments applications include (but are not limited to) the following big categories of use cases (here called blueprints):
- actories of the future
- consumer, media and entertainment
For all further information and registration please visit the event website.