The organizers managed to gather representatives of different fields and professions under one roof. There were both classic IT developers
and the military ones, who came literally from the battlefield. Participants ranged in age from engineering students to 70-year-old veterans of engineering and programming. And they all worked for the victory of Ukraine.
Among the main areas of development are psychological impact systems, drones for various types of purposes, systems for combating enemy drones, mine clearance, radar, automation equipment, and much more.
"This event is special because it takes place during the war. That's why today we have to develop something that can be adopted by the Armed Forces of Ukraine tomorrow and help the Ukrainian military to liberate our cities, - stressed the general director of Ukroboronprom Yuriy Gusev. - You are investing your knowledge, talents, work and time now in the future victory over the enemy - and we, together with the army, should contribute to implementing the best innovations as soon as possible."
"Ukraine will definitely win because we have such talented and dedicated people. I hope that some ideas will soon be implemented, which will be a significant help for the Armed Forces of Ukraine," said Volodymyr Koval, Deputy Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
The total prize pool was $25,000. 10 projects received grants. For the first place - $4000, for the second - $1000.