Ericsson Application Awards 2014


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Welcome to the Ericsson Application Awards 2014

Is your app a winner? Developers, startups and students who have an idea for a great app, here is your opportunity! You are invited to submit your entries and compete in the Ericsson Application Awards 2014 for the best Android or iOS apps.

How will working life be organized to meet changing behaviors and emerging technologies? How can we contribute toward making the next generation of working life a one where people can innovate, collaborate and balance their lives outside work better? We are open to your suggestions.

This competition will give you and your team the opportunity to gain a foothold in the app industry, while also earning recognition and making contacts within the telecom industry

Deadline February 28, 2014.

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Ericsson Application Awards 2014

  1. 1. Ericsson application awards summary 2013
  2. 2. Submissions figures 2013 › More than 1000 registered users › 192 registered teams › Teams representing 52 countries globally › Submission of 91 prototype application Ericsson Internal | 2013-10-17 | Page 2
  3. 3. Winning teams 2013 Team Therapy Box UK Company category Their application will learn based on the user’s use pattern, and draw from a phrase bank to give the user instant access to messages so they can quickly get help, interrupt a conversation or join in a discussion. Ericsson Internal | 2013-10-17 | Page 3 Team GreenSpark Portugal, Taiwan Student category Their application reduces the complexity of maintaining and monitoring a household solar-power system through a plug-and-play device using cloudcomputing technology.
  4. 4. Ericsson application awards 2014
  5. 5. 2014 Theme “apps for working Life” Objectives › Initiative to spark app development › Opportunity for developers to gain exposure within the telecom world › Strengthening Ericsson’s brand and leveraging the Networked Society Why – “Apps for working life” theme? › By 2020, we expect there to be 50 billion connected devices worldwide, and this will fundamentally change working life. Ericsson Internal | 2013-10-17 | Page 5
  6. 6. Participation Target audience ›(Young) developers and entrepreneurs ›Smaller companies ›Students Evaluation criteria's ›Android application or Apple iOS (Native or Web) ›Addresses the theme "Apps for the Working Life" ›Working application prototype ›Innovative solution ›Business potential Ericsson Internal | 2013-10-17 | Page 6
  7. 7. EAA 2014- prize table and key dates Prizes •1st place: EUR 25 000 •2nd place: EUR 10 000 70 000 euro in total prize money Two categories - Student - Company There will also be a special recognition for innovation supporting Technology for Good. Ericsson Internal | 2013-10-17 | Page 7
  8. 8. Campaign site Ericsson Internal | 2013-10-17 | Page 8
  9. 9. submission deadline February th 28 2014 Ericsson Internal | 2013-10-17 | Page 9