Berkeley Lab researchers were on teams that won three of the top four prizes of the Cleanweb Hackathon 2.0, sponsored by the Berkeley Energy and Resources Collaborative (BERC). EETD researchers (pictured) Anna Liao, Daniel Olsen, and Andrew Weber, along with Robert Sadler, won the Grand Prize of the two-day event with their Smarter Sprinkler app, which combines open-source hardware and software to make an intelligent home irrigation schedule. Other winners included Greenvite, a green way to book conference rooms, and DashPower, which gives building managers more capabilities to control energy costs. John Romankiewicz was the lead organizer, and Melissa Summers served as a judge. Go here to learn more about the winners.
Lab Researchers Win Top Prizes at BERC Cleanweb Hackathon
April 23, 2014