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ARRB Hack: Shaping the way to smarter roads

by Australian Road Research Board on February 15, 2018

The ARRB Hack

The Australian Road Research Board (ARRB) is the leading provider of applied research in the transport sphere. The first ARRB Hack focuses on the future of transport and runs on the 28 – 29th  April 2018, directly before the pre-eminent ARRB International Conference 29th  April – 2nd May.

Strategic workshops, unique data sets, and talented mentors will all feature, as we seek to grapple with the big transport issues of our time, such as the emergence of autonomous driving, connected roads, and electric vehicles.

Wait, but what is the ARRB Hack? 

The ARRB Hack is an innovation pressure-cooker event  in which teams work intensively across the two days to creatively solve a unique challenge and prepare a final pitch for the panel of judges. Teams can have a wealth of backgrounds, but often include programmers, engineers, designers to build a prototype and others involved in product development, including graphic designers, interface designers, business analysts and project managers.

Who can join?

The ARRB Hack welcomes innovators from around the world. Entrants of all levels of experience and technical expertise are encouraged to enter, however some suggested team assets may include programming, data analysis, engineering and public speaking. 

What do I need?

Motivation, determination and a willingness to work in a nimble group. We are looking for technical individuals ready to apply their skills to the transport sector. Bring your machines and your own knowledge. You own the IP, you own the solution and you can earn the accolades. Morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea, and drinks will be supplied across the two days.

What can I win?

There are exciting prizes to be announced soon so watch this space!

The event will also provide a valuable opportunity for networking.

When and where is it on?

The ARRB Hack will run across the 28th and 29th of April 2018 at The Precinct, 315 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, QLD.

I'm in! Where do I sign up?

This is a FREE event so gather your group and we'll see you there!

Registration is essential as places are limited.

Register now

 

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