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Vilhelmo Berbomo str. 10, LT–92221, Klaipėda, Lithuania


International Port Technology Hackathon
24-26 September


Obstacle detection system for autonomous shunting locomotives

THE GOAL: Develop and technical specification or a pilot sensor fusion to be used for the obstacle detection of an autonomous shunting locomotive.​​

Developing digital twin solutions for Shipyard 4.0

THE GOAL: is to develop concepts and solutions of Digital twin applications at the shipyard applying: automation; robotics; 3D scanning and additive manufacturing​

Navy personnel skill and training planning solution

THE GOAL: To create personnel skills/competencies and training planning tool.​

To reduce pollution by using marine bioresources and marine-based biocomponents.

THE GOAL: To create an effective system to reduce pollution by Using Marine Bioresources and Marine-based Biocomponents.

Setting up IOT cyber-security requirements specification during procurement of Drones/IoT for Port infrastructure operations.

THE GOAL: i) How to engage this person in cyber-security requirements engineering activities in procuring an IoT devices and integrating it into an in-house information system​ respectively? ii) Please suggest threat model(s) including miss-use case analysis, and corresponding cyber-security requirements specification for IoT devices selection criterion.​

Interior solution for Lithuanian navy warship

THE GOAL: The warship interior solution for the officers‘ wardroom, non-commissioned officers‘ wardroom and sailors wardroom; officers, non-commissioned officers and​
sailors cabins which fosters motivation to serve on board, creates positive and calm rest environment and at the same time maintaining the fighting spirit.​

Integrated vendor management for cyber-physical environments.

THE GOAL: i) Find a solution for an integrated Vendor Management system that maintains the list of vendors of online services, software and IoT vendors and respective assets​
used by Port. ii) Provide a solution of relationship model between type of asset and level of potential damage to port infrastructure in case of successful “supply chain” attack. iii)​
Develop a Cyber-Security Risk Assessment tool integrated into Vendor Management system.​

Automated system for drone monitoring (air quality, water area, quays)

THE GOAL: find/create the principles of a drone monitoring system that would cover several different surveillance targets such as air quality, water area, conditions (damages) of​ port infrastructural facilities and terminal storage sites.​



In the final round, 18 teams presented their proposals to address logistics, energy, sustainable environment and cyber security challenges.

The strongest solutions were generated by these teams:

    • Sweep & Storm multinational team
    • WSY Westerd Shipyard Group team (Lithuania)
    • VTDK Horizontas team of Vilnius College of Technology and Design students and academics (Lithuania)
    • CyberUnit joint team (Lithuania)

The winning teams shared a prize fund of EUR 4000. Each team was awarded EUR 1000.

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Past events

Portathon 2023

Portathon 2022

Portathon 2021

Portathon 2020

Portathon 2019

Klaipėdos mokslo ir technologijų parkas

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