EVOTION partners invite you to join the EVOTION Hackathon 19-2 August 2019
Explore how “Big data” can be transformed into evidence for public health policy-making
Today, vast amounts of multivariate real-time, real-world data are being collected from wearables (such as smart-watches) and smartphones, which all relate to the general state and/or behavior of the users. For example, Google knows where you are (Google maps) and Apple knows how well you are doing (Apple HealthKit). The hearing aid manufacturing industry have also started to collect real-time data from their hearing aids, for example, data describing the sound environments -data that eventually can guide the R&D to improve and personalize hearing aid technologies.
In the EVOTION project, we try to process such real-time, real-world data with the purpose of generating evidence that can support public health policies – that is, we translate low-level data observations (e.g. timestamps and momentary measures of the environment) to higher-level decision-relevant information. This is a very novel and non-trivial task, and it is also the topic of this Hackathon.
Venue: Eriksholm Research Centre, Rørtangvej 20, 3070 Snekkersten, Denmark
Dates: August 19th 09:00 to August 20th 17:00 2019.
For more information see the EVOTION Hackathon invitation.
Limited seats so sign up before August 7th by sending mail to email@example.com.