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Mobility & Big Data


An idea contest of WWU Münster and Arvato

THE CONTEST FINISHED

After exciting pitches within the grad final, the nucleus board made its choice. The winners are:

  1. Effizienter (individueller) Transport
  2. Datenaufbereitung für Fuhrparkbetreiber
  3. Fahrzeuge als meteorologische Messstationen

Thanks to all participants, we are highly impressed by your innovative and creative ideas and are already looking forward to start the next nucleus idea contest at WWU Muenster!

 

What is the Contest about?

Connected cars store about 150GB during one trip from Münster to Paris. 250,000 connected cars will be on the roads by 2020, that means 6.25 billion gigabytes every 60 minutes on its way to the cloud. An autonomous car of the future will probably generate ten times as much. This means data is getting real big.

 1. 5 day team trip to Viva Technology 2019 in Paris 
 2. 300€ in Apple gift cards per team member 
 3. 100€ in Apple gift cards per team member 

The Contest Phases


How does the idea contest work?

The aim of this idea contest on the topic Mobility & Big Data is to bring experts and young professionals together and make them work collaboratively on new approaches, solutions and business models. By submitting your thoughts and ideas, you emit the first sparks.

You can submit any smart or innovative idea to turn big data into real use – by yourself or in a team of max. 3. This can be a description of your idea, a first prototype or even a business plan.

The experienced experts from Arvato and ERCIS then help you developing and ignite them.

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Phase 1: Idea Submission ✓

Ended 30th of November 2018. Idea have been submitted and are visible on the idea dashboard.

Phase 2: Top 3 Selection ✓

The nucleus Monitor board selected the Top 3 ideas and informed all participants.

Phase 3: Pitch Presentation ✓

On the 29th of January 2019 the Top 3 idea teams will do their pitch to the jury and final decision will be made.

 

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Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster | Arvato SCM CIM | European Research Center for Information Systems (ERCIS)