26.03. - 29.03.2018 IN BERLIN
DEVELOP IOT PROJECTS IN 4 DAYS
Ethereum Camp is a 4-day-hackathon. We empower blockchain enthusiasts to transform their ideas into real prototypes and new business models by providing a best-in-class expert network and learning environment.
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The Ethereum Camp:
The Ethereum Camp is focusing on connecting Ethereum to real IoT products. We provide Raspberry Pi and HiKey hardware sets, sensors, actors, physical products and will teach you how to program these devices. You’re going to develop Ethereum smart contracts, implement IOTA, connect real products and code a frontend. From a business model perspective, this can yield endless possibilities.

Experts, lawyers and scholars  will hold sessions to touch various facets of the intersection of IoT and blockchain. The camp is supported by Next Big Thing, weeve, innogy, CIONET, Blogfabrik, Frankfurt School Blockchain Center, nexussquared, 21 Digital and more. Find all current speakers by clicking the button below.
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18:00
20:00
Optional opening session / Networking

(Philipp Sandner, Andranik Tumasjan, Daniel Hofinger, Lennart Wittstock, Jonas Beisswenger)

20:00
21:00
Dinner at Blogfabrik
09:00
09:15
Welcome notes & Rules of the game

(Philipp Sandner, Andranik Tumasjan)

09:15
09:45
Technical Overview

(Martin Maurer - weeve)

09:45
10:00
How to build a public enterprise blockchain that can be put into any kind of IoT device

(Simon Schwerin, XAIN AG - Director Business Development)

10:00
10:30
Potential of Blockchain & IoT

(Harald Zapp, weeve - CEO)

10:30
10:45
Break
10:45
11:30
Hardware and Software Introduction

(Martin Maurer, weeve)

11:30
12:00
Blockchain & IoT use cases in the energy industry

(Tobias Federico, Energy Brainpool - Managing Director)

12:00
13:00
Lunch break
13:00
13:30
Challenges pitch

(weeve / NBT, innogy)

13:30
14:15
Brainstorming & Team building

(Philipp Sandner, Andranik Tumasjan)

14:15
14:30
Deliverables for Closing Event

(Philipp Sandner, Andranik Tumasjan)

14:30
14:45
Break
14:45
15:15
Team brainstorming

(Philipp Sandner, Andranik Tumasjan)

15:15
15:45
Over-The-Air Update : The Crucial Component of IoT Products

(Aravinth Panchadcharam, NBT - Embedded System Engineer)

15:45
16:00
Could the digital transformation disrupt the German Pharmaceutical Industry in emerging markets?

(Erick Ilarraza, ubiot.io - Chief Innovation Officer)

16:00
16:30
Workshop / technology introduction “An introduction to the weeveOS alpha”

(Sascha Thomsen, weeve - Secure Systems Engineer)

16:30
16:45
Break
16:45
20:00
Build prototypes
20:00
23:00
Visiting Roland Berger’s Digital Lab “Spielfeld” - VR/AR FutureLab, Networking, Dinner and more VR/AR FutureLab, Networking, Dinner and more

Skalitzer Str. 85/86, 10997 Berlin, Entrance D

09:00
09:30
User-centered innovation and development

(Sebastian Ortseifen, Eventures Corporate Innovation - Project Manager)

09:30
10:00
Smart contracts explained in detail

(Laurence Kirk, XAIN AG - Blockchain Architect)

10:00
10:30
Build prototypes
10:30
10:45
Break
10:45
11:45
Workshop / technology introduction “Trading data between IoT devices on the weeve Network”

(Marvin Kruse, weeve - Blockchain Engineer)

11:45
12:30
Workshop / technology introduction “FOAM”

(Arthur Roing Baer, FOAM - Creative marketing director)

12:30
13:00
Lunch break
13:00
13:30
Introduction to Self-sovereign Identity and the Jolocom approach

(Kai Wagner, Jolocom - Business Development)

13:30
14:00
Blockchain-based identity: the case of the City of Zug

(David Perrenoud, ti&m - Software Engineer)

14:00
14:30
Tokenomics and ICO

(Dr. Oliver Krause, Advantum Partners and Untitled Inc. - Director)

14:30
14:45
Break
14:45
15:15
Reporting deliverables

(Andranik Tumasjan, Martin Maurer)

15:15
15:45
Token Regulation and its Impacts on ICOs

(Axel von Goldbeck, DWF Germany - Lawyer and Partner)

15:45
16:15
innogy Innovation Hub: Lighthouse Machine Economy and the role of decentralized technology

(Kerstin Eichmann, innogy - Head of Machine Economy Lighthouse)

16:15
16:30
Break
16:30
20:00
Build prototypes
20:00
23:00
Work or Party
09:00
09:30
Ethereum: collection of best practices

(Immo Garlichs, TickETH - Software Engineer)

09:30
10:00
Ethereum Q&A

(Immo Garlichs, TickETH)

10:00
12:00
Build prototypes

(Daniel Grassinger, Daniel Hofinger)

12:00
13:00
Lunch break

(Daniel Grassinger, Daniel Hofinger)

13:00
14:00
Build prototypes

(Daniel Grassinger, Daniel Hofinger)

14:00
14:30
VC is dead - 5 things to know when pitching to blockchain investors

(Miriam Neubauer, Catena Capital - Managing Director)

14:30
14:45
Break

(Daniel Grassinger, Daniel Hofinger)

14:45
15:45
Reporting deliverables

(Daniel Grassinger, Daniel Hofinger)

15:45
20:00
Build prototypes

(Daniel Grassinger, Daniel Hofinger)

20:00
23:00
Dinner at Blogfabrik

(Daniel Grassinger, Daniel Hofinger)

09:00
09:30
Blockchain is dead - Long live DLT

(Benjamin Bendig, Based Global - CTO)

09:30
10:00
Lean start-up, canvas, blue ocean, what to use when starting a business?

(Daniel Grassinger, nexussquared - Co-Founder)

10:00
10:30
Project Vaagnar: Urban Air Mobility

(Gleb Dudka, Astratum - Blockchain Analyst)

10:30
10:45
Break
10:45
12:00
Build prototypes
12:00
13:00
Lunch break
13:00
16:00
Build prototypes
16:00
16:30
Preparation Closing Event
16:30
17:00
Break
17:00
20:00
Closing Event and Prototype Presentation

(+60 corporates participants)

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Our Story
The Ethereum Camp first took place in August 2017 in Frankfurt/Main, Germany. Due to it’s success we’re now about to hold the second Ethereum Camp in Berlin. We will then continue with an Ethereum Camp in Munich.
1. Ethereum Camp: IoT
AUGUST 2017, FRANKFURt
2. Ethereum Camp: IoT
MARCH 2018, BERLIN
3. Ethereum Camp: Robotics
OKTOBER 2018, MUNICH
Amazing individuals put together to Teams, building fantastic prototypes!
Martin Schindele
DAIMLER TRUCKS
PROJECTS
Replay
PROJECT
Decentralized Drone Network
The drones are able to charge themselves via induction pads on decentralized charging stations (e.g. on private houses, which can generate additional income with the stations). Afterwards the drones pay Ether to the charging station depending on the consumed energy. The vision was to let drones earn money by delivering packages. With this money they can pay charging, maintenance and new upgrades.
Replay
PROJECT
Self-managed Parking
The parking spot charges Ether depending on the parking time of the car. This eliminiates all barriers at the exit of a parking garage. Using this technology enables a whole new way of parking. Just stop. The car does the rest.
Perfect for autonomous electric car sharing fleets when combined with induction pads in car spots.
Great experience getting hands-on, bridging the gap between IoT and Blockchain.
Georg Peters
IBM
TICKETS
What's included in the ticket?
We provide hardware devices: Raspberry Pi and HiKey hardware sets, sensors and actors with multiple I/O channels.
You learn how to connect Ethereum and IOTA to the IoT hardware.
You learn how to program the Raspberry Pi and HiKey sets, the sensors and the actors.
We provide a set of real products to be connected, e.g. a truck, a RFID reader, a 220V plug, a charging station for e-cars, a solar panel, a smart meter.
You connect with others and for a team consisting of both IT developers and business people.
You think of a business model based on hardware, software and smart contracts.
Ideally at the end of the week, you have a working prototype, a website and a video to showcase your product.
You present your product and your business model at the end of the week to the blockchain community in Frankfurt which we will invite to listen to you.
Education, Speeches, Workshops, Building prototyes, Networking with experts and corporates, Blockchain Certificate
IT Developer Ticket
SOLD OUT
As a IT developer, you develop a IoT/Ethereum prototype including the hardware ship, Ethereum smart codes and frontend interfaces. Only a few tickets available!
Business Development Ticket
SOLD OUT
As a business person, you think of a business model and a clear product or service; you develop marketing material and a first version of a website; you might also talk to potential customers to get their opinion.
Corporate Ticket - 4 days
SOLD OUT
As a corporate person, you network with other corporates, IT/business participants and the Ethereum Camp team to discuss further ideas; you watch all the speakers; you see, how the participants work during the workshop- and build-phase; you see, how real prototypes are created, presented and evaluated by the jury
Corporate Ticket - 1 day
SOLD OUT
As a corporate person, you network with other corporates, IT/business participants and the Ethereum Camp team to discuss further ideas; you watch all the speakers; you see, how the participants work during the workshop- and build-phase; you see, how real prototypes are created, presented and evaluated by the jury
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Event:
Where will the camp in March 2018 take place?

The next Ethereum Camp will take place in the "Blogfabrik" in Berlin (Germany). The address is: Oranienstraße 185, 10999 Berlin, Germany.

Will food & drinks be provided during the Ethereum Camp?

Don't worry! We will not let you starve and offer lunch + snacks together with drinks.

When does the camp in March start and end exactly?

The camp starts at Monday, 26.03.2018, 9am.

The exact dates are:

Mo., 26.03.2018, 09:00 Uhr –
Do., 29.03.2018, 20:00 Uhr
MESZ

What will be provided?

• We provide hardware devices: Raspberry Pi and HiKey hardware sets, sensors and actors with multiple I/O channels.

• You learn how to connect Ethereum and IOTA to the IoT hardware.

• You learn how to program the Raspberry Pi and HiKey sets, the sensors and the actors.

• We provide a set of real products to be connected, e.g. a truck, a RFID reader, a 220V plug, a charging station for e-cars, a solar panel, a smart meter.

• You connect with others and for a team consisting of both IT developers and business people.

• You think of a business model based on hardware, software and smart contracts.

• Because it’s an educational event, you will get a certificate for this 4-day blockchain & IoT hackathon. You can use this for future applications.

• Ideally at the end of the week, you have a working prototype, a website and a video to showcase your product.

• You present your product and your business model at the end of the week to the blockchain community in Berlin which we will invite to listen to you.

Who will contribute during the Ethereum Camp in March 2018? - Speaker

We have fascinating lecturers for this week! Experts, lawyers and scholars will give sessions to highlight different facets of development in the blockchain area: IOTA, Technische Universität München, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management etc.

  • Disrupting Industries With Blockchain (Prof. Dr. Andranik Tumasjan, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz - Professor)
  • Over-The-Air Update : The Crucial Component of IoT Products  (Aravinth Panchadcharam, NBT - Embedded System Engineer)
  • Blockchain-based identity: the case of the City of Zug (David Perrenoud, ti&m - Software Engineer)
  • Business Models for Decentralized IoT Blockchain Applications (Prof. Dr. Philipp Sandner, Frankfurt School Blockchain Center - Head)
  • Could the digital transformation disrupt the German Pharmaceutical Industry in emerging markets? (Erick Ilarraza, ubiot.io - Chief Innovation Officer)
  • An institutional VC’s view on Blockchain and Crypto & Q&A (Fabian Heilemann, Earlybird - Partner)
  • Lean start-up, canvas, blue ocean, what to use when starting a business? (Daniel Grassinger, nexussquared - Co-Founder)
  • Potential of Blockchain & IoT (Harald Zapp, weeve - CEO)
  • Ethereum: collection of best practices (Immo Garlichs, TickETH - Software Engineer)
  • How can I make use of blockchain based currencies for gaming? (Jörg Roskowetz, AMD - Director)
  • Introduction to Self-sovereign Identity and the Jolocom approach (Kai Wagner, Jolocom - Business Development)
  • Tokenomics and ICO (Dr. Oliver Krause, Advantum Partners and Untitled Inc. - Director)
  • User-centered innovation and development (Sebastian Ortseifen, Eventures Corporate Innovation - Project Manager)
  • Will energy consumption be the end of blockchain technology? (Simon Bartmann, BTC AG - Chair of the Board of Directors)
  • How to build a public enterprise blockchain that can be put into any kind of IoT device (Simon Schwerin, XAIN AG - Director Business Development)
  • Blockchain & IoT use cases in the energy industry (Tobias Federico, Energy Brainpool - Managing Director)
  • Blockchain is dead - Long live DLT (Benjamin Bendig, Based Global - CTO)
  • Smart contracts explained in detail (Laurence Kirk, XAIN AG - Blockchain Architect)
  • About a new technology and how to use it: weeve (Sebastian Gajek, weeve - Chief Scientist)
  • Distributed sky alliance (Gleb Dudka, Astratum - Blockchain Analyst)
  • Token Regulation and its Impacts on ICOs (Axel von Goldbeck, DWF Germany - Lawyer and Partner)
  • VC is dead - 5 things to know when pitching to blockchain investors (Miriam Neubauer, Catena Capital - Managing Director)
  • Workshop / technology introduction “An introduction to the weeveOS alpha” (Sascha Thomsen, weeve - Secure Systems Engineer)
  • Workshop / technology introduction “Trading data between IoT devices on the weeve Network” (Marvin Kruse, weeve - Blockchain Engineer)
  • Workshop / technology introduction “FOAM” (Arthur Roing Baer, FOAM - Creative marketing director)
  • innogy Innovation Hub: Lighthouse Machine Economy and the role of decentralized technology (Kerstin Eichmann, innogy - Head of Machine Economy Lighthouse)
What are the requirements to participate the Ethereum Camp in March 2018?

For IT developers: fundamental knowledge of JavaScript, NodeJS, Ethereum Web3.js, passion for innovation, highly motivated; if possible, Raspberry Pi and C++

For business developers: fascination for blockchain and IT, ideally entrepreneurship experience, passion for innovation, some marketing and design skills, highly motivated

Will accomodation/Hotel be provided during the camp?

Unfortunately we aren't able to provide accomodation during the event but we can recommend you this search to find a hotel.

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When will it possible to buy tickets for future camps?

We will publish news about future camps on this website as soon as every detail is set up. You can also sign up to our newsletter. We will also keep you posted there.

I have questions concerning the ticketing. Who can I ask?

Just send an email to: hi@ethereumcamp.io

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