The main focus during the second day was on panel discussions. In particular, there was a round table held with the support of Skolkovo Foundation, where participants talked about promising projects in the Connected Car industry, summarized results of the year and discussed the upcoming events.
Furthermore, a discussion panel “Projects in the sphere of Connected Car: investment prospects” was held. Specialists from T-Tronic, the demo zone sponsor, took an active part in the discussion.
Lectures for startups were given by the special guest from Belarus – Aleksey Shablovskiy (Startup Technologies). Speaker told how to present projects correctly and create a proper business model.
Hackathon became a separate point in the summit’s program. It was sponsored by Delimobil and Rightech, and moderated by Denis Kozminykh – founder of StartUP BAZAAR. Initially, 15 projects participated in this activity, but only six strongest teams entered the final competition.
Projects of hackathon participants were assessed by industry experts: Stanislav Groshov (Delimobil), Ivan Zapolskiy (Rightech), Daniil Kozlov (GVA), Vladislav Sudjin (STARTON), guest from Belarus Aleksey Shablovskiy (Startup Technologies), Aleksandr Korchevskiy (I2BF), Darya Voronova (VGTRK), and others.
Results of the hackathon at Connected Car 2016:
1st place – project by Dmitriy Sukhoruchkin “Driver’s telemetric data obtained using neurointerface, embedded in the headwear”.
Prize: winners cup, six months of a fully-fledged license for Rightech product, 200 minutes package and an article from Delimobil.
2nd place – carsharing team “Sharemobil”.
Prize: three months of a fully-fledged license for Rightech product, 160 minutes package from Delimobil.
3rd place – project for easy car fueling from WeTrack.Fuel.
Prize: a month of a fully-fledged license for Rightech product, 60 minutes package from Delimobil.
Besides that, representatives of T-Tronic presented the best projects with 10 devices featuring a diagnostic application that uses OBDII Dongle, business accelerator StartON provided three promising startups with certificates for expert support, and all hackathon participants received gift certificates for 8000 rubles to pay for Megaplan services.