They were ninety-five participants, aged between 20 and 30 ans, students or young professionals from outside the company. Developers, IT engineers, designers, or people with a passion for electric vehicles, new technologies, home automation or artificial intelligence…
|The “House of cars” hackathon in figures|
|52 Groupe Renault mentors|
|100 litres of coffee|
Participants had 48 hours, nights included, to come up with ideas for the electric car of the future, an extension of the home, and to work on new connected services. Supervised by Groupe Renault’s Smart EV Lab team, participants were able to express their creativity and prototype their designs at l’Atelier Renault and the Technocentre.
The watchword for all the participants, be ambitious and think new business! Three jury prizes and one special prize were awarded for these projects.