KTM 2019 Digital Challenge



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    The KTM Digital Challenge is a unique opportunity for developers and teams to transform the journeys of motorcyclists around the world. The judging panel is looking for applications and services that address the three following scenarios: Hills (ups and downs, needle curves), Highway (higher speeds) and City (stop and go) in unique and disruptive ways, in doing so enhancing the ride for the KTM 1290 SUPER DUKE GT rider. KTM will be providing all participants with data from a new KTM 1290 SUPER DUKE GT in those three scenarios as well as a lightweight, in-browser emulator. The data set includes data from the CAN bus, as well as localisation, acceleration and much more.

    The winning team or teams will be invited to the headquarters of KTM in Mattighofen, Austria,to engage with a full team of experts in a 2-day KTM Inno Camp to explore and test their ideas, receive technical feedback, consider integration options (technical, eco-system, commercial), discuss viable business strategies and draft roadmaps, with all travel expenses covered by KTM. Teams will work directly with senior managers in product management, R&D, innovation and other departments such as After-Sales, IT, production and finance. This KTM Inno Camp will take place in October in new KTM Motohall.

    KTM 2019 ๐Ÿ - Digital Challenge ๐Ÿ“ฒ

    We are very happy to launch the KTM Digital Challenge โ€” an exciting and unique opportunity for developers and third party services to build applications and services for connected KTM motorcycles.

    โ–ถ๏ธ What can you expect from the KTM Digital Challenge? ๐Ÿ’ญ

    Weโ€™re inviting teams to think up innovative and original connected vehicle apps and services for users of KTM motorcycles that solve the unique problems these riders may face. Using our extensive and varied range of APIs, we want you to put yourselves in the driving seat and reimagine the future driving experience of a rider of a KTM 1290 Super Duke GT MY19.

    โ–ถ๏ธ What are we looking for? ๐Ÿ‘€

    The panel of judges for the KTM Digital Challenge are open to all sorts of solutions that add value to the user.

    โ–ถ๏ธ Deadline and Prizes ๐Ÿ†

    The deadline for the challenge is the 21st of July 2019 and winners will be selected by the judges on the 31st July 2019.

    The winning team or teams will be invited to the headquarters of KTM in Mattighofen, Austria, to engage with a full team of experts in a 2-day innovation bootcamp to explore and test their ideas, receive technical feedback, consider integration options (technical, eco-system, commercial), discuss viable business strategies and draft roadmaps with all travel expenses covered by KTM.

    โ–ถ๏ธ How to take part โœ๏ธ

    Have we piqued your interest? Then simply head over to the KTM Digital Challenge webpage to check out the APIs and sign up to play around with the tailormade Super Duke motorcycle emulator. Weโ€™re excited to see how your applications and services will transform the rides of motorcycle users!

    โœ… JOIN NOW: http://challenge.ktm-innovation.com/

    Deadline and prizes

    21.07.19: Deadline for submission of your project

    30.07.19: Winners will be selected by KTM

    Join now: http://challenge.ktm-innovation.com/t



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