IOTA Smart Cities Webinar via Hackster.io – Exploring the IOTA Protocol



In this webinar, IOTA’s Director of Ecosystems, Lewis Freiberg, provides a comprehensive exploration of the IOTA protocol: Distributed ledgers and their practical applications. He provides several examples of IOTA Smart City use cases.

IOTA is hosting a Smart City contest via Hackster.io, which ends April 6, 2019. At the heart of the contest is the opportunity for developers from around the globe to solve inter-city challenges submitted by a variety of corporate entities. Corporate sponsors who developed the Smart City challenges include Groupe Renault, ENGIE Lab CRIGEN, Birdz by Veolia, and Sopra Steria while supporting sponsors include Tech Mahindra, Future State CoFoundery, City of Austin (Transportation Department), and Norske Helsehus.

IOTA’s unique distributed ledger Tangle technology will be used by participants to develop innovative IoT/M2M and data driven concepts for the smart city environment for an opportunity to win over $10,000 in prizes.

For more information on specific themes and how to participate, visit the IOTA contest page on Hackster at: https://www.hackster.io/contests/smart-cities-powered-by-iota

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