Posts in Application Development
USDOT's Solving for Safety: Visualization Challenge

In the USDOT's Solving for Safety: Visualization Challenge, individuals and teams will compete for $350,000 in cash prizes by developing innovative analytical visualization tools to gain insights or inform decisions to reduce fatalities and serious injuries on the U.S. road and rail systems.

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United States Army seeking innovative technology solutions

xTechSearch is an opportunity for businesses to pitch novel technology solutions to the Army’s Science and Technology (S&T) ecosystem which will provide cooperative research opportunities with Army labs, including access to the Army’s organic intellectual and technical capital.

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Seeking partners to develop integrated planning and virtual trip assistance applications | Open Innovability

Enel, through this challenge, is looking for trial solutions in order to define new experimental business models aimed at identifying a partner that can develop a web-based or smartphone application for real-time natural language cognitive and predictive virtual assistance to help customers in pre-trip (planning, purchase), on trip (e.g. in case of disruption to optimize the planned journeys) and post-trip (e.g. suggestion of customized ancillary services), in order to support integrated (multimodal) journey planning.

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NYC BigApps Competition for Innovative Blockchain Applications

NYCEDC seeks to leverage the NYC BigApps Competition to foster the development of innovative blockchain applications, or use cases, that address challenges facing the public sector in New York City. Blockchain is a transformative technology with the potential to have a large impact on the public sector. The technology may improve the security, efficiency, transparency, and speed of many public sector services and processes. 

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NIST Unlinkable Data Challenge

The Unlinkable Data Challenge is a multi-stage Challenge seeking Conceptual Solutions that describe how to use and/or combine methods in differential privacy to mitigate privacy loss when publicly releasing datasets in a variety of industries such as public safety, law enforcement, healthcare/biomedical research, education, and finance.

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AWS 2018 City on a Cloud Innovation Challenge

Through the City on a Cloud Innovation Challenge, Amazon recognizes local and regional governments as well as private and public schools and districts as hubs of innovation in four categories: Best Practices, Partners in Innovation, Dream Big, and We Power Tech.

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Science and Technology for Autonomous Teammates (STAT)

The objective of Science and Technology for Autonomous Teammates (STAT) program is to develop and demonstrate autonomy technologies that will enable various AF mission sets and the Air Force to operate inside of the enemy’s decision loop.  The technology demonstrations that result from this BAA will substantially improve the Air Force's capability to conduct missions in a variety of environments while minimizing the risks to Airmen.

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Congressional Data Competition | Challenge.gov due 4/2/18

The Library of Congress (LC) would like to inspire creative use of technology to analyze digital Congressional information from Congress.gov. This could take the form of interactive visualizations, mobile or desktop applications, a website, or other digital creation.

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VR Challenge Seeks to Better Prepare First Responders

The First Responder Virtual Reality (VR) Heads-up-Display (HUD) Navigation Challenge is a VR (virtual reality) prize competition that requires ingenuity, software coding and VR expertise to create a concept for a heads-up display (HUD) with unimpeded visual aids.  The results will support the public safety community and its stakeholders.

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Secure API Server Showdown Challenge | Challenge.gov | Due Jan. 15th

The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) is pleased to announce the Secure API Server Showdown Challenge, which invites interested stakeholders to build a secure, FHIR server using current industry standards, best practices, and recently issued healthcare-specific implementation guide requirements.

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HHS Opioid Code-a-Thon | Challenge.gov | Updated Deadline Dec. 15th

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is looking to leverage the full potential of data and technology to address the opioid crisis by hosting an Opioid Code-a-Thon. Participants will use a variety of provided datasets related to opioids and develop a solution to address one of three challenge tracks: Opioid Treatment, Opioid Usage, and Opioid Misuse Prevention.

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