Registration of participants.
Moderator for the evening, David Pollard opens Hack Access Dublin 2018
A Review of Hack Access Dublin - where are we now and where we want to go! by Janice Valentine, founder of Hack Access Dublin
The Value of Hacking Access in Dublin, Steven O'Gara, Senior Economic Development Officer at Dublin City Council
Applying Universal Design to Accessibility Innovation, James Hubbard, Senior Design Advisor, Products & Services at Centre for Excellence in Universal Design & National Disability Authority
Immersion into the Hack Access Dublin Challenges, panel discussion. Hosted by Neill Miliken, Co founder of AXSCHAT
Facilitated ideation session supported by The Potting Shed
Solutions are pitched and participants vote on best ones
Teams Form and create Plan
Making Session- Coffee and light breakfast served for hackers Runs from 9am till 8pm
Enabler Sessions- Teams will be offered general advice, technical guidance, challenge insight and a steer on the economic viability of their solution and the potential impact on the city and guidance on any systematic implications they need to be aware of to make their idea viable.
Pizza is served!!
Making session- Coffee & light breakfast Runs till 4pm
Purpose Pitch coaching provided by Janice Valentine
THE MAIN EVENT
Audience asked to arrive for 3:30.
Intro & Welcome by #HackAccessDublin team,
Final Pitches- Team give a max 6 minutes presentation for the judges (After presentations judges retire to separate room to pick winners)
How Purpose Driven Entrepreneurship Can drive Accessibility & Inclusion in the world today, Debra Ruh
First place - €2,000
Second place - €1,000
Smart Dublin Fund for Data relating to Access
(Split between two teams whose solution involves collation of data)