Innodays is an international hackathon that brings together students from the top universities in the world to solve innovation challenges posed by corporations. This year, the EDF Innovation Lab asked students to come up with solutions for the following challenge:
“How might we design more inclusive Light Electric Vehicle form factors and mobility solutions for both passenger mobility and goods delivery?”
While typically held as an in-person event, Innodays was forced to adapt their model quickly given the global crisis. We partnered with Innodays to help them bring their hackathon online. Sprintbase provided teams with the guidance, structure and automated workflow needed to help them stay on track, despite being located around the globe.
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