What is SIH 2020?
- World’s Biggest Hackathon and Open Innovation model, an initiative by Ministry of HRD of India
- 4th edition of highly successful Smart India Hackathon initiative
- Involves 2 Lakh+ students with 57,000+ ideas from 2200+ institutions against 530+ problem statements provided by 120+ organizations from across India
- Students across India compete creatively to solve problems of Ministries, Departments and Industries to give solutions
- Harness expertise of students from AICTE/UGC approved institutions, IITs, NITs and IISc.
INTERNAL HACKATHON AT SGT UNIVERSITY.
Smart India Hackathon (SIH) – 2020 is a nationwide initiative of the Ministry of HRD and AICTE to provide students a platform to solve some of the pressing problems that we face in our daily lives and thus inculcate a culture of product innovation and a mindset of problem solving. SIH provides students the opportunity to work on the challenges faced within various ministries, departments, industries, PSUs and NGOs to create optimal solutions.
SIH 2020, the fourth edition of the Hackathon, requires all participating institutions to conduct an internal Hackathon, both in software and hardware domains, for short listing the teams for the final round.
The SGTU internal SIH, conducted on 7TH February, 2020, was participated enthusiastically by 19 teams in both software domains and in the hardware domain.
The teams were judged on the basis of the novelty of the idea, complexity, clarity, feasibility, practicability & sustainability of the solution, potential for future work progression and presentation and communication skills.
Eight teams-six in software domain and two in hardware domain, were selected for participation in the final round of SIH 2020.
Details of Jury Members and SPOC.
- Arko Bagchi (SPOC)(Asst. Proff. CSE, FEAT)
- V K Srivastava (Dean, FEAT, SGTU)
- Raghvendra Pratap Singh (HOD, CSE, FEAT)
- Vinod (Asst. Proff. CSE, FEAT)
- Neha Gehlot (Asst. Proff. CSE, FEAT)
- Mr. Deepak Kumar (Asst. Proff. CSE, FEAT)
EVALUATION OF TEAMS QUALIFIED FOR FINAL ROUND:
|TEAM NAME||TEAM LEADER||CATEGORY||RESULT|
|BIT 2 BYTE||Arsh Anwar||Software||Not Qualified|
|BYTE DEFENDER||Muskan Jain||Software||Not Qualified|
|CODE VISION||Nishant Yadav||Software||Not Qualified|
|COSMIC CODERS||Sambhav Jain||Software||Not Qualified|
|SKYNET||Ashwin Kashyap||Software||Not Qualified|
|SOFT CHASERS||Gaurav Goyal||Software||Not Qualified|
|SKYWALKERS||Ankit Kumar||Hardware||Qualified for Round 2|
|THE ENFORCERS||Tanuj Satti||Hardware||Result Awaited|
GLIPSE OF INTERNAL HACKATHON:
SELECTED TEAM DETAILS :
Selected Team from SHREE GURU GOBIND SINGH TRICENTENARY UNIVERSITY was Team SKYWALKERS, they were qualified for Round-2 of Hardware where they need to submit the prototype/working model 3 minutes video of their project. Based on which they are going to be selected for the final round of SIH.
Team SKYWALKERS details:
Team Leader: Ankit Kumar
- Shreesh Mishra
- Gagandeep Singh
- Siddhant Mokharia
- Harmanjit Singh Dhillon
- Aastha Vashist
It was provided by Amazon Web Service.
Last Mile Delivery in a multi-storey building of a society.
These days we are pretty habituated of home-delivery system through e-commerce platform, however there is a big dependency on delivery boys and vehicles foe timely delivery of the items. We could potentially use Drones for last mile delivery of items. While current prevalent addressing mechanisms such as lat/long and post code are good enough for humans, these won’t work for drone delivery as well all houses in a multi-storey building will have same lat/long or post codes. Design a solution which can help drones to identify each address/flat as a separate unit and deliver the item accordingly.
The idea is to make the drone deliver at the special mark that will be given to the user.
The mark is the trigger for the drone so that the drone can distinguish it from other houses and deliver to this specific house
Glimpse of Project: