HACKtheMACHINE NEW YORK

August 13, 2019

September 6, 2019

Dates
September 6, 2019 to September 8, 2019

Location
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum - Pier 86, New York, United States

Event website
hackthemachine.ai


 

At HACKtheMACHINE, participants work alongside military and government personnel to solve interesting and complex challenges the Navy faces. Ideas and insights from past HACKtheMACHINE events are at work today throughout the U.S. Navy.

Cash prizes for participants who produce key insights or solutions and the potential for jobs and follow-on work for individuals and teams ready to contribute to the Navy’s mission of maintaining freedom of the seas.

 

HACKtheMACHINE New York offers three challenge tracks to appeal to a broad range of talents and skillsets:

  • HACK the SHIP: A chance to hack GIS, radar, and programmable logic controllers, including the opportunity to hack a newly developed cyber-defence for industrial control systems. Will you be able to hack the ship?
  • Cleared for Takeoff: Help the Navy learn whether data science and machine learning can predict maintenance problems before they happen and keep aircraft like the F-18 in the air.
  • Rendering Aid: What if the Navy could use 3D printers to quickly produce the parts needed to repair a ship? You will work with remote designers and engineers to design parts that can be built at sea— and save lives.

 

 Registration and More Information at https://hackthemachine.ai     

August 13, 2019

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