SONY-PlayStation Talents and IBERIA vie for young talent in Spain

February 9, 2019
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This article was written and published in Spanish and has been translated into English via Google Translate. Click here to read the original article.

Students of the CEU San Pablo Sanchinarro School and CEU San Pablo Montepríncie have participated along with other university students in a hackathon where they must face the challenges proposed by SONY-PlayStation Talents and IBERIA. In this activity, the participants have combined their knowledge and experience to develop the idea of ​​a video game and generate new products and services aimed at young travelers, respectively.

The winning team of the challenge 'Iberia Market Place' has designed the Meetvel service, whose name is a synergy between the words meet and travel. It is a social network that offers the possibility of contacting people who want to travel to the same destination.

For its part, the winning team of SONY-PlayStation Talents has presented the proposal of an adventure video game: 'PlayStation Learn History Journey'. This product has been presented as an alternative to the current educational model. The goal is that the user can learn history in a different way, where each level corresponds to a chapter of the textbook and the students, represented with an avatar, will have to work as a team to overcome levels.

This hackathon, energized by Trivu, took place within the framework of the Innovation Week of the CEU, as part of the proposals of CEU Emprende, with the collaboration of Santander Universities.

For a week, in the 'Innovation Week' round tables have been held with national and international experts, who have shown the keys to successfully innovate with real cases. Likewise, workshops have been held with a variety of themes, in which participants have learned the different tools and methodologies of innovation and the keys to generating technology-based companies. For this, areas such as fashion and beauty, gastronomy, genetics, 'ecommerce', 'fintech' and 'legaltech', the communication of 'influencers' and innovation in research, among others, have been present.

The week has put its final touch, with the presentation of the final projects of the 'Business Competition' and the 'Demo Day' and the award of prizes to the best works.

This article was written and published in Spanish and has been translated into English via Google Translate. Click here to read the original article.

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