Esri is excited to announce our annual intern hackathon: The Weekend of Innovation. The summer interns will form teams of 4 to 5 to solve interesting real-world problems using GIS. The solutions illustrate how effective it is to use ArcGIS to address real problems using location analytics. This event gives the participants an opportunity to be creative and present their idea to their Esri colleagues.
$2,000 in prizes
Awarded to the winning team
Awarded to the runner up team
Third place team
Awarded to the team the judged deem the most creative
Awarded to a team at the judge's discretion for hard work, team participation, and outstanding perseverance.
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
Submissions will be judged on content developed during the hackathon submission period only. Any component developed before the hackathon submission period is not eligible for judging.
All teams must declare their participation by the Team entry deadline by completing the team entry form.
All code must be submitted to a public Github repository and available for the judges and event organizers to access.
The submitted solution must build and run in a standalone app on a PC or Mac computer or in a mobile device simulator running on a PC or Mac computer.
All projects submitted must use the ArcGIS platform APIs in some way. Projects submitted that do not use ArcGIS developer technology are not eligible for judging and prizes.
All submissions must use only publicly released APIs, SDKs, software and services. Since the submissions are made to public github repositories, and our ultimate goal is to show your project off on a public facing website, we cannot accept submissions that use internally available and/or non-public components.
All submitting teams must be able to perform a 5-minute presentation of their solution. Teams may present in-person, or via videoconference if participating from a remote location.
All submissions must be completed on Devpost with all required attributes.
If any additional hardware is used it will not be considered in the judging. If additional hardware is required it is the team's responsibility to make it available to the judges during the judging period.
Quality and originality of the project concept - 5 points
Quality and completeness of the project demo - 5 points
Degree of difficulty of the project - 5 points
Execution of the project solution, how well the project solution is crafted and organized - 5 points
Use of GIS
Use of GIS in project - 5 points
Quality of presentation - 5 points