Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Toyota Hackathon for School Children on Road Safety - Winner and Runners

Toyota India has conducted the Hackathon for School Children on Road Safety, on November 26, 2019 in one of the reputed college in Bangalore. One of the chief guest was Amit Kumar, Paralympic champion.

Toyota’s global commitment to offer innovative Safety solutions, Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) conceptualized and organized Toyota Hackathon on Road Safety at RV College of Engineering. 


Students from Grade 9th to 12th participated in this intense challenge to develop brainstorming solutions in support of the National Mission “Zero Fatality”. 


Through this Road safety initiative, Toyota Kirloskar Motor aims to provide a platform to encourage, motivate and engage young talents to be more aware of road safety challenges and be responsible safety ambassadors by developing effective digital road safety solutions. 

Toyota is well known for their car and other vehicle manufacturing and servicing. 

This is the second edition of the Hackathon, the first edition took place in New Delhi in December 2018.

Toyota Hackathon 2019 Bangalore highlights:

Received more than 600 entries from 1200 students, 50 + schools of Grades 9th - 12th from schools across Bangalore. 

For the second year in a row, TKM conducts the Road Safety Hackathon in association with Indian Road Safety Campaign [IRSC – a Trust, formed by alumni of IIT Delhi]. 

With an intent to nurture the ideas of young minds, Toyota invites students to ‘Code for Safer India’ driving the mission of road safety with an ultimate goal of achieving “Zero Fatality”. 

* The first edition of the Toyota Hackathon took place in New Delhi last year and witnessed participation from over 300 teams.

Toyota Hackathon 2019 Winners detail as below.




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