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EDUCATION AND LEGACY

For our first hackathon, we teamed up with IATA and the Crans-Montana economic promotion (ACCM) to get the next generation working on aviation. In partnership with hardware manufacturers Samsung XR, Sensoryx and Pico, participants had access to the latest technology to bring their ideas to life. The jury of experts awarded the winning teams with cash prizes from Geneva Airport.

1st Prize : Vision Lab App visionlabapps.com

Video demo available here.

2nd Prize : Ullas Hazarika

Hackhatons are good methods to shake up the ideas a little bit, and make a quick prototype to see where is the potential.

Max Rheiner – Somniacs

Winner: Vision Lab Apps

IATA AR is a cloud-based, scalable and easy-to-use augmented reality software platform developed using computer vision paired with machine learning to create an AR-based visualization system to help the identification of lost baggage.

IATA AR includes a Machine Learning engine that enables its handlers to extract value-added information from the data collected while using the platform. It is production ready with the ability to scale with multiple users and there is no need to modify existing systems to integrate it.

IATA AI: we are improving the algorithm daily.

IATA AR improves baggage operations and customer service while reducing labor costs, unplanned baggage lost, and handlers errors.

Video demo available here.

Runner-up: Ullash Hazarika

There is a wide range of wheelchairs available in the market. The current systems, processes and training available to ground staff is often inadequate to address this problem.

Damage is caused to wheelchairs and aircrafts. It is attracting attention from media and regulators.

The solution is a software platform enabled by XR and AI to enable wheelchair handling. The automated platform can provide real-time support to handle wheelchairs. The platform can be used to train staff in handling wheelchair models. The platform is analytics enabled, enabling to track training and wheelchair handling operations.

For our first hackathon, we teamed up with IATA and the Crans-Montana economic promotion (ACCM) to get the next generation working on aviation. In partnership with hardware manufacturers Samsung XR, Sensoryx and Pico, participants had access to the latest technology to bring their ideas to life. The jury of experts awarded the winning teams with cash prizes from Geneva Airport.

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