Current Challenge

Challenge: Jump the Dog: Canine Oxygen Mask for High Altitude High Opening (HAHO) (Announced on 6 April- Presentation on 1 June)

  • If you or anyone you know wants to compete on this competition please make sure they register by 21 April.
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Next Challenge

Challenge:  (Announcing on 1 June)

  • More information to come!

Previous Challenges

Challenge: Data Science Hackathon

SOCOM sponsored three data science challenges:

Challenge 1: Bounty Hunter.

Submissions: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzoTrfVz-bT6TAh_CMcpDBd18CdypsltJ

Challenge 2: Master Maven.

Submissions: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzoTrfVz-bT5cfc1s-29i4GgMGvsqVWj9

Challenge 3: Grey Pill.

Submissions: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzoTrfVz-bT5rjBIfHrqG4fVE5P0oTIKg

Results: OpenWERX Hackathon 2017

Challenge: FogBreaker: Boat Pilot Augmented Reality

Design an AR environment to enhance situational awareness for offshore high speed boat drivers. These drivers need to access and see a lot of information while keeping their eyes on the waves, obstacles, other boats, buoys, known points, etc.

First Place $3,000

J&F Alliance Group Inc

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Second Place $2,000

Whiz-bang

Third Place $1,000

Tampa Deep Sea X-plorers

Challenge: DJI Phantom Exploits

Find as many vulnerabilities in the DJI Phantom (3 & 4) system as possible and produce exploits and delivery mechanisms.

First Place $3,000

Dunning-Kruger Experience

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Second Place $2,000

Drone Slayers

Third Place $1,000

Tampa Deep Sea X-plorers

Challenge: Boat Bow Bumper

This is primarily a mechanical engineering design challenge.
The goal will be to design a rapidly installed bow bumper for a particular type of boat that protects the boat, while affording safe ingress/egress of personnel and equipment.

First Place $3,000

Maritime Applied Physics Corp.

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Second Place $2,000

Baymar

Third Place $1,000

AM Express

Challenge: Biomimic Underwater Robot

Build a small underwater robot that looks like a marine organism.
The robot should- to the degree feasible- use natural-appearing propulsion mechanism.
The robot should be capable of traveling 200 meters without a recharge.

Third Place- N/A

First Place $3,000

Tampa Deep-Sea X-plorers

Second Place $2,000

Hack Tampa

Challenge: 21st Century “Jed Set”

Build a mobile-compliant map application. User must also be able to interact with the map when disconnected to support personal navigation. Map shows all Jed Box user locations when connected to a mesh network via the SDR. All data communications must use distributed, peer-to-peer technologies to the extent possible. Extend the moving maps app to display data received by a Software Defined Radio. Build a cell phone case that houses the SDR in the least obtrusive/obvious way possible.

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First Place $3,000

Team Jedi

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Second Place $2,000

Tampa Hack

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Third Place $1,000

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