EarthxHack is a hackathon focused on social good and technology. In partnership with Earthx, we'll be working to give you access to the brightest minds in technology and sustainability.
All persons are eligble! You must be on-site and present for the hackathon to submit.
Your submission must include a title, image, and description of at least one or two sentences. You do not have to link us to your code. You also must have all team members on your Devpost submission in the event you win a prize.
$7,300 in prizes
First prize - $3,000 split between team members.
Second prize - $2,000 split between team members.
Third prize - $1,000 split between team members.
State Farm Challenge
How might State Farm, an Insurance and Financial Services company, help reduce and improve the environmental footprint of a rapidly growing city like DFW?
Sponsored by State Farm
Southwest Airlines Challenge
Hack that most contribute to sustainability in the transportation industry.
$200 South West gift card to each member of the winning team.
Sponsored by Southwest Airlines
Intuit’s customer support representatives do a fantastic job to address the needs of our customers. However, they get flooded with questions. Create an automated and intuitive solution using which customers can get their queries resolved without having to call the support. The solution could provide an easy way for auto escalations, proper notifications and quick resolutions.
More info at
Sponsored by Intuit
Vive VR Challenge
Best hack involving the use of VR and related technologies.
Sponsored by Vive
Environmental Hardware Hack
Best hardware hack that has a positive impact on our environment
Sponsored by Arrow
The Office of Environmental Quality (OEQ) is tasked with providing a multi-faceted outreach program to get all stake-holders involved in the City’s litter issue. As technology evolves, OEQ plans to use it more frequently to improve the overall efficiency and reach of the litter education and prevention initiative.
Sponsored by The Office of Environmental Quality
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
How to enter
You must be present on-site and sign up at the registration page in order to participate.
This can be general positive impact or relationship to the environment.
Does this product work when applied outside of a hackathon setting?
How innovative is this idea, and how did you come up with it?
Does this solution solve the problem it's intended for?
How well does the solution work technically?
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