However, teams are also encouraged to be creative and propose to develop solutions in other application verticals than these highlighted.
We are hoping for some surprises!!
ISG MEC offers additional APIs to those highlighted and teams are encouraged to use any of them
Teams will be provided with a dedicated instance of the ETSI MEC Sandbox for their work over the duration of the Hackathon. The MEC Sandbox is an online environment where developers can access and interact with live ETSI MEC Service APIs in an emulated edge network set in Monaco, which includes 4G, 5G, & WiFi networks configurations, single & dual MEC platform deployments, etc.
The ETSI MEC Sandbox is offered here: try-mec.etsi.org. For information, please refer to the Sandbox user guide (link), and the “Getting Started with the Sandbox” (link) & the “What’s new in the ETSI MEC Sandbox” (link) webinars
For more information on the ETSI MEC (including MEC architecture and MEC APIs), you can check the specification tab at this URL. Also, please refer to the ETSI white paper “Developing software for MEC”, available via this link, for information on developing using ETSI MEC Service APIs.
LF Edge Akraino offers the following Blueprints that are relevant for the Hackathon proposed edge application verticals: