The competition is aimed at selecting and evaluating concepts of technological solutions that will ensure a safe “exit” from the coronavirus pandemic, reduce the distance between people, restore economic activity and return to normal life. The competition is organized as part of the National Technology Initiative.
The organizers of Up Great challenge participants to develop a concept for organizing a “clean zone” at a selected site. These may be decisions related to the provision of incoming control of people and goods, disinfection of visitors, logistics of human flows, climate control, etc. The competition is held in three categories: “public transport” (buses, minibuses, subways, etc.), “production premises” (factories, warehouses, etc.) and “concert halls” (venues for cultural events, including theaters, cinemas, concert halls, stadiums, etc.).
In applications, it is necessary to submit a project for the organization of a “clean zone” at the selected facility, as well as describe the mechanisms, measures and technological solutions that will prevent the spread of viral infection.
Acceptance of applications by participants will last until July 13, and the winners of the competition will be determined in August. Applications are accepted at: https://upgreat.one/safemode/