By Andrew Gomes
January 18, 2018
The first-ever hackathon to improve Hawaii agriculture using computer technology has produced a smart camera prototype that could be valuable to the state’s biggest coffee farm. Click here to read more.
Hawaii Technology Development Corp. — The AGathon, Hawaii’s first agriculture-tech hackathon, wrapped up over the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday weekend with 10 teams participating.
Source: Hawaii’s First Agriculture-Tech Hackathon Provides Solutions to Challenges Facing Hawaii Agriculture
Hawaii Technology Development Corporation
Media Advisory: January 12, 2018
The AGathon, Hawaii’s agriculture-tech hackathon, kicked off on Saturday, Jan. 6 with more than 80 people forming teams to develop technology solutions to problems affecting the state’s agricultural sector. Farmers, researchers and agronomists in the local ag industry met with developers and...
The AGathon, Hawaii’s agriculture-tech hackathon, provides the spark for technological innovation and advancement within the Hawaii agricultural industry. The AGathon will utilize Hawaii’s growing startup, technology and developer community to create apps that change the processes used on farms and other agricultural endeavors. Developers and technology innovators will collaborate...
The 18th Annual Holiday Tech Job Fair, presented by the Hawaii Technology Development Corporation, offers the perfect opportunity to discover tech career opportunities at some of Hawaii’s leading companies.
18th Annual Holiday Tech Job Fair
Thursday, Dec. 28, from 5 to 8 p.m.
Japanese Cultural Center, Manoa Grand Ballroom
2454 South Beretania Street