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Presented By: Aerospace Engineering

Into the Dataverse Hackathon

National Security Innovation Network

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For their 2019 Hackathon, the National Security Innovation Network Challenges students to create an AI-enabling user interface that can intuitively capture both structured and non-structured maintenance data, and associated maintainer actions, in an efficient and user-friendly manner to produce more accurate maintenance logs.

There are two focus areas embedded in this challenge:
Data Collection - How do you recognize, classify, and quantify maintainer action? How do you associate those actions with required maintenance data fields?
User Interface - What are the most intuitive and user-friendly interfaces? How can you minimize the burden on the technician?

Ideal solutions will create more accurate maintenance logs while taking into consideration a wide spectrum of Intelligent User Interfaces - from traditional User Interfaces to more advanced modalities such as Natural Language Processing, Gesture Recognition and Augmented Reality.
Who should be interested? New ideas from students, academics, entrepreneurs, and early stage startups with skills including, but not limited to: design, hardware and software engineering, computer science, artificial intelligence and machine learning, UI/UX, electrical, mechanical and industrial engineering, physics, business, communications, social media, and information technology.

NSIN will provide up to three $15K awards, for a total of $45K, to three winning teams to further develop their concepts!
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