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    Cairo Transport App Challenge Launch

    Date published: 15 September 2012

    Technology Innovation Entrepreneurship Center (TIEC) hosts Cairo Transport App Challenge, which is an open initiative organized by the World Bank in collaboration with dotopen, Cairo Google Developer Group, MCIT, TIEC, ITIDA, MoT, and the Green Arm. Other partners and sponsors include Google, Orange, Green Arm, Arabnet and Wamda.

    Egyptian technologists - developers, designers, marketers, communicators or anyone with a creative mind – are invited to participate in the Cairo Transport App Challenge Launch event hosted by TIEC.

    The initiative consists of a multi-month process that aims to increase awareness of transport challenges facing Egypt, engage multiple stakeholders and experts in the field of transport and urban development alongside a volunteer technology community in order to conceptualize and build technology applications to address pressing transport challenges in Cairo through leveraging the new information and communication technologies (ICT) - such as mobile phones, smartphones and GPS-enabled devices – as well as the talent of Egyptian software developers and innovators.

    The launch event will officially kick off the Cairo Transport App challenge including explanation of the competition process and problems to solve - followed by demos and networking among participants.

    We look forward to seeing you there! If you want to follow us
    Twitter: #TAppCairo
    Facebook:
    https://www.facebook.com/events/326292070799775/
    https://www.facebook.com/CairoTransportAppChallenge






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