The five phases are:
The Intel & DST - Innovate for Digital India Challenge 2.0 aims to foster local innovation and encourage the creation of intuitive, easy to use and scalable solutions in the IoT and / or Datacenter and / or Cloud and / or Connectivityand / or Big Data and or Open Data & Analytics platform based on Intel® architecture; enabling digital transformation experiences and driving access to services imperative for building a Digital India. Open Data refers to the Open Government Data ("OGD") Platform India (https://data.gov.in) and has been set-up by the National Informatics Centre ("NIC") in compliance with the Open Data Policy (NDSAP) of India. It is intended to facilitate community participation for further development of the product with Analytics, Visualizations, APIs, Services, etc. Solutions on Open Data & Analytics should be primarily based on the Open Government Data published on OGD Platform. Solutions should be in the field of one or more of the following verticals:
T-hub and Intel will provide product kits, technical support and know-how, as available and as required, for product development on Intel® architecture and other areas. Throughout the Challenge all development efforts for the selected teams must be based on Intel® architecture.
Participants should not include technical details to a level which might affect their capacity to protect and, at some future point, exploit their Intellectual Property through registered rights. Participants should also ensure they understand their rights in relation to Intellectual Property and the protection of those rights.