What happens at the TEE Hackathon?

Six TEE experts were brought together with over 60 developers for a weekend of intense coding. Novice or experienced coders participated. While C is the coding language used for TEE trusted applications, developers integrated device and IoT client applications built in Java and Python. Three webinars provided an introduction to the TEE technology and the Raspberry Pi 3 with a TEE VM platform being used.

On the opening night, 22 ideas where pitched. On Sunday, 12 projects were presented to the judges. The top three teams presented their applications to a 200 member delegation of the connected device industry’s key stakeholders like Visa, Ericsson and ARM, as well as TEE experts, solution developers, software vendors, device manufacturers and mobile network operators from around the world at GlobalPlatform's 4th Annual TEE Seminar {link to teeseminar.org} held on October 13th in Santa Clara. Samsung announced the Grand Prize winner.

Individuals and pre-existing development teams attended with teams up to of up to five participants. Several teams came together from particular companies, while other teams were made up from friends, and still other teams formed on the site. Great teams included a range of skills – programmers and innovation experts, to UI designers and project managers.

Twelve (12) teams presented their work for judging. Several had completed working prototypes using the Raspberry Pi 3 with the TEE Virtual Machine. The three winners can be seen at the Winners button . Several of the honorable mentions are also noted.







 


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