A sprint-like event where participants team up and create solutions to real-life challenges in an intense period of time. Using creativity, technology and mentoring, the week results in prototypes, fresh new concepts and innovation.
Craft #LikeABosch is an online hackathon looking for students, fresh graduates or early stage startuppers who are willing to solve the challenges given by Bosch in 48 hours.
To submit your project create a 2 minute video pitch, upload it to YouTube and link it on the submission form, along with a GitHub repo. The video can have you talking, a live app demo (if you have one), some cool animation, etc... whatever fits best. Please observe these conditions strictly as in other cases we will unfortunately not be able to evaluate your project.
JunctionApp uses an algorithm named Gavel to judge projects. In this pairwise-comparison-based algorithm participants review each other’s projects. The system incorporates a lot of research on mathematical psychology along with fancy math, resulting in a fair and scalable reviewing system. The user is always given two projects to compare, asked to vote for the better one and compare the newer project to the next one (and so forth). This way, one doesn’t have to take in consideration what the absolute perfect, nor what the absolutely worst project would look like. It’s enough to decide the better one of the two that the system suggests. In addition, participants are naturally curious to understand why a certain project has won. Peer reviewing gives them the possibility to overlook other projects and cast their vote for the winners.
As soon as we have the 6 challenge winners chosen by the jury and both community, we will ask them to prepare for the live pitch. They will have to present their ideas in 4 minutes and after each pitch there will be a quick Q&A session. This part aims to provide a closer insight into these solutions. In the interest of having a fair selection, we only take into consideration the registered teams’ and the partners’ votes since they will have the most relevant opinion and insight into the projects.
We will announce the grand winner as a summarized result of both of these voting methods.
Yes, if a team selected by the partners as a challenge winner, and then wins the grand prize and also the audience award. Overall, it’s more than possible that a team will take home 7.000 €.
Yes, you can enter the hackathon for free.
The hackathon is only for hungarian participants or students studying in Hungary currently and have a Hungarian TAX number. Unfortunately, for this event, we cannot accept registrations from other countries.
The event’s language is English from start to finish, including the mentorings and the pitch sessions.
The event will be held fully online.
Just simply register via the Junction site and choose No when asked if you’re applying as a team.
You can have up to 5 or only 1 team member as you wish, it’s up to you. If you’re looking for brand new team members, head to Slack. The event is held 100% online. If you need additional help please contact someone from our team (e.g.: Vanda_organizer)
Through the website link that paces you to our registration platform.
As a team lead:
As a team member:
It’s not possible to share through the Junction App, so please share the team code between all team members for example by email.