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Create the future of local-for-local food chain in DeepHack Groningen, 13-15 March 2020

Are you a supporter of fresh local sustainable food?
13 February 2020
DeepHack From Fark to Fork
Register now closing date 28 February

Imagine your “virtual home garden”: fresh local produce ordered easily from your phone and delivered to your door. That’s the future you can build for Groningen in DeepHack - From Farm to Fork on 13 - 15 March, 2020 in Groningen, Netherlands.

EIT Digital, Groningen University Consortium and Ultrahack invite you to rethink the local-for-local food chain’s business model and technology. Solution domains we appreciate include:

  • the customer to see his/her crops at the farm at his/her price
  • how the customer can order and receive recommendations via the supermarkets
  • controlling precision farming
  • closing local material and energy chains
  • to uber the crops to a foodhub or a supermarket distribution point
  • packing customer orders
  • innovative city transport system for the produce
  • social media ratings for platforms

Winning teams are rewarded with €5000!

Send your application on by 28 February (best teams are selected as soon as applications come in).

Last modified:13 February 2020 11.22 a.m.

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