CargoHack™

The Hiab Hackathon  “Time for elevation”, continued the success of CargoHack™ hackathons, organised by Cargotec companies to speed up their innovation processes.

The goal of the Hiab’s CargoHack3 “Time for elevation” was to explore new opportunities in digitalisation and connectivity to ensure easier and safer intelligent load handling. 

CargoHack3 is over and the jury has made their decision.
The winners are Slagkryssaren, Perfektio and Hii-Op! They will all walk away with a Pilot project at Hiab. We are thrilled and exited to see the fantastic things that we can come up with together regarind digitalisation and connectivity in load handling.

Thank you all for your fantastic work, it has really been a great success!

THE WINNERS

SLAGKRYSSAREN

SLAGKRYSSAREN

"We have been working several years together at Slagkryssaren in helping leading international companies across several industries to build and strengthen the digital dimension of their business and services."

 





 

 




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“Open attitude towards new business solutions in Hiab has been a positive surprise. It is not like this in all companies.” - Alex/Team Superman’s view

HII-OP!

HII-OP!

"Our uniqueness stems from the combination of business/service design, data science and software engineering combined with our prior experience of working together with some of the leading clients in the nordics. We are technology agnostics in the sense that we do not join the event with a particular technology or methodology that we aim to apply. Rather, we identify which are the most suitable ones, once we get down to the business by understanding the possibilities through interviews and data-analysis. We've got experience from a cargohack (Kalmar) with this setup, where we won the Mentors' choice award. In addition, one team member were also part of winning the first Ponsse hackathon."

Read more about Hii-op!

By far the best hackathon we have been at. Interaction with other teams has been great!” - Peeter and Daniel/Team Crane chainers

PERFEKTIO

PERFEKTIO

"Our team consists of developers and service designers. We help companies to utilize their true potential through digitalization. We at Perfektio have a proven track record in creating award winning hackathon concepts. For example in the last two months alone, we’ve already created award winning concepts in four out of five hackathons we’ve participated. In almost all cases these hackathon concepts have lead to a continued work together with the companies present. The team we’re sending to work together with Hiab is especially talented in these settings."

 

 

Read more about Perfektio

“Inspiring event! The teams seem to take this very seriously.” - Mikael Laine, Cargotec

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“It would be great to have these events regularly!” - Jan-Erik Lindfors, Hiab

“Amazing event! The quality of the event is totally at another level than in other hackathons we have participated. The mentoring work has been extremely good.” - Tuomas, Jyri and Perttu/Team Perfektio

PERFEKTIO

PERFEKTIO

"Our team consists of developers and service designers. We help companies to utilize their true potential through digitalization. We at Perfektio have a proven track record in creating award winning hackathon concepts. For example in the last two months alone, we’ve already created award winning concepts in four out of five hackathons we’ve participated. In almost all cases these hackathon concepts have lead to a continued work together with the companies present. The team we’re sending to work together with Hiab is especially talented in these settings."

 

 

Read more about Perfektio

SLAGKRYSSAREN

SLAGKRYSSAREN

"We have been working several years together at Slagkryssaren in helping leading international companies across several industries to build and strengthen the digital dimension of their business and services."

 





 

 




Read more about Slagkryssaren

SUPERMAN´S VIEW

SUPERMAN´S VIEW

"Göran and myself know each other from work, we're co-founders. Like any senior geek legend, he's naturally written his own programming language, and has a CV four feet long. Erik and I go many years back, we're educated in the same field and he's fearless and very well wired both with AR skills and with people. We have a meta level of development that we share, we like to program behaviour, we like robots and connecting things to make life better. We've just finished off a project with a configuration system for a wearable, exoskeletal arm for bioservo.com, a wired-up office building for a German construction company and wouldn't mind doing something really big this Fall."

Read more about Superman´s View (Evothings & Penny )

CROSSER

CROSSER

"We are a small startup from Sundsvall that works within the field of Fog Computing - Intelligent Server Software for Connected Industry. Our solution saves about 90% of the cloud service costs in an ordinary IoT scenario. And adds real-time data streams to any legacy systems. We have more than 50 000 developers using our framework worldwide since the freeware launch in 2012."

Read more about Crosser

CRANECHAINERS

CRANECHAINERS

"Our team is from CNet Sweden and specialises in designing and developing IoT based solutions that creates innovations in different business areas. Smart manufacturing and smart agriculture are two of our application areas. We are passionate about developing disruptive innovations that changes how things are done and generates new values. Our team combines long-time experience with new, young ideas and development approaches. Our expertise is in IoT sensor connectivity, PLC-integration, blockchain, cloud-based data processing and IoT smart phone app development. Recently we were the winners of the Open Stockholm Innovation Award."

Read more about CraneChainers

MAKERS OF TOMORROW

MAKERS OF TOMORROW

"Our team contains a mixture of skills and experiences. Tobias has long experience as a back end and embedded developer, one of his last assignments was the Gardena smart system. Filip is a skilled UX designer that plays with machine learning and programming as a hobby. John has a background in the industrial sector working with many different types of machines from industrial doors, hydraulic dock levelers to HVAC and conveyor belts. The last years focusing more on IoT strategies and business models. A common denominator for the team is and big interest in the latest technologies, eager to continuously learn and improve things."

Read more about Makers of Tomorrow

HII-OP!

HII-OP!

"Our uniqueness stems from the combination of business/service design, data science and software engineering combined with our prior experience of working together with some of the leading clients in the nordics. We are technology agnostics in the sense that we do not join the event with a particular technology or methodology that we aim to apply. Rather, we identify which are the most suitable ones, once we get down to the business by understanding the possibilities through interviews and data-analysis. We've got experience from a cargohack (Kalmar) with this setup, where we won the Mentors' choice award. In addition, one team member were also part of winning the first Ponsse hackathon."

Read more about Hii-op!

BRINJA

BRINJA

"The original team met in a incubation process led by Chalmers Ventures, a daughter company of Chalmers Technology University, this group consisted of a business developer, senior project manager and antenna specialist. Then the idea was converted to a company, Brinja, and incorporated two specialist in high frequency sensors plus tracking, who own their company, and are partners of Brinja. The company has different people in age, profession, background and experience. All these differences make us stronger in furthering projects because we challenge ourselves to do our best from different point plus we always learn something new from each other every time we meet."

Read more about Brinja (+ SafeRadar)

CHALLENGE #1

Make load handling easier and safer

How can digitalisation be used to improve load handling operations? How to make it easier and safer for the operator and the surroundings? With new sensor technology there is a possibility to increased situational awareness. How can Hiab benefit from tracking fixed or moving objects, for example to identify cargo and obstacles?


CHALLENGE #2

Secure availability of equipment

How could the performance of training, condition monitoring and real-time guiding of the operator, which are the key influencers on up-time, be maximised (using e.g. augmented or virtual reality)? Could it be pushed even further – to the point of creating an “Up-time as a Service” offering?


CHALLENGE #3

Take the lead in Intelligent Load Handling solutions

What are the opportunities laying ahead of us related to creating intelligent solutions for the market of load handling? How could data in combination with current equipment and service offerings be utilised to provide new solutions and insights to Hiab’s customers? What data is the most relevant for this and how to generate and make use of it effectively?

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