All aboard the Rail Baltica 'hackathon' in November

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The Rail Baltica project is launching an online hackathon to get new ideas about the infrastructure of the future. The Rail Baltica Hackathon will bring together over 100 participants from all three Baltic countries and beyond during a fully online 48-hour hackathon to be held on November 19-21. 

Participants are invited to submit inspiring and innovative ideas in either of the three core elements: Connectivity, Sustainability and Community.

Entrepreneurs, developers, NGOs and community representatives, academics and students, infrastructure and mobility experts, as well as design and product experts are invited to join the initiative, take part and offer their fresh perspectives on the Rail Baltica project. No previous experience is required to take part, but a creative idea and a team consisting of 3-8 people is.

Registration to the hackathon is organized through the event platform  or can be done at the official Rail Baltica website: where full details can be found.

During the hackathon expert mentors from the Rail Baltica project itself as well as state, academic and private sectors will take part to provide individual consultations to hackathon participants. Every participant will have access to a mentor's guidance and advice on improving their approach.

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