Developers at MEC Hackathon challenged to trial edge computing for 5G at the Droidcon virtual eventPosted by ETSI COMS TEAM 8478 Hits
Developers at MEC Hackathon challenged to trial edge computing for 5G at the Droidcon virtual event
Sophia Antipolis, 10 December 2020
The successful last edition of MEC Hackathons endorsed by ETSI took place on 25 to 26 November and was hosted by Droidcon Italy 2020 as a fully virtual event. The competition was open for developers to test their applications with ETSI MEC APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) in a variety of use cases. The organizing committee received a total of 14 submissions, including several topics, from Augmented Reality for Construction Sector, to consumer, media and entertainment application, to automotive services. Admitted teams were offered remote access to MEC servers and software platforms to develop mobile applications for advanced services in MEC-enabled 5G networks, using ETSI MEC technologies. They were also required to onboard their applications in real-life MEC systems and connect with the MEC APIs to receive simulated in-network data.