Challenge set and teams (with representatives of each interest group) are given 48 hours to create a solution. Best team pitch will win a cash prize and the opportunity to further their idea through targeted networking opportunities and incubators. Bringing together farmers, software and web developers, agribusiness professionals, and academics from Charles Sturt University, sessions will be facilitated by Hackathons Australia.
The agrihack will finish with a pitch to our board of judges and supporters. Anyone is welcome to come along and see what ideas and solutions our teams come up with. The winning teams will take home a cash prize and will have the opportunity to develop their idea further. Pitches will commence at 2:00pm 2nd March @CSU Convention Centre.