Passionate about fighting climate change? Melbourne invite you to join their contest for innovative ways to reduce or eliminate Scope 1 greenhouse gas emissions (methane and nitrous oxide) from their wastewater treatment plants.
This is a follow up competition to Get 2 The Core, which successfully provided an automated solution for cropping rows of core. This next challenge seeks to automate the identification of depth measurements within an image to expedite the depth registration process.
PIP aims to enable collaboration between the ACT Government, industry, research and the tertiary sectors to attract investment and grow established and emerging priority sectors of Canberra’s economy. The PIP will initially target the priority sectors of cyber security, space, defence, renewable energy, agri-technology and plant sciences, healthy and active living and education, where Canberra has known and established strengths to capitalise on the rapidly growing global opportunities.
The Australia Solomon Islands Technology for Development Challenge seeks ideas on how to better match the skills developed through the Solomon Island education and training system, and those required in the labour market and wider economy.
The U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) seeks proposals for technologies and systems that will, in a microgravity environment, store & transfer logistical mission waste to a thermal processing unit for decomposition. The components will improve the environmental footprint of future human spacecraft. NASA is interested in proposals for all technologies capable of meeting the desired performance criteria and proposals from all qualified respondents, including university students.
GSK Consumer Healthcare is on a mission to “Transform the Future of Self-Care” to enable consumers to do more, feel better and live longer.
The Activity in Extended Videos Prize Challenge (ActEV-PC) seeks to encourage the development of robust automatic activity detection algorithms for an extended video. ActEV-PC is operated by NIST and sponsored by IARPA. Challenge participants will develop activity detection and temporal localization algorithms for 18 activities that are to be found in extended videos. These videos contain significant spans without any activities and intervals with potentially multiple concurrent activities. Activities must be detected and localized temporally. ActEV-PC will contain two phases – an open leaderboard evaluation (Phase 1) and an independent ActEV prize evaluation (Phase 2).
Europe is working hard to cut its greenhouse gas emissions substantially while encouraging other nations and regions to do likewise.
Cleanest engine of the future prize aims at reducing the pollution produced by future new vehicles using either gasoline or diesel fuels and their low biofuel blends available on the market.