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Manila and Cebu

In 2019, 36 tech-based solutions to marine conservation issues were selected to participate in the Haquathon, three-day hackathon that took place simultaneously in Manila and Cebu. The Haquathon selected eight projects to receive seed funding to pilot their ideas. Project implementation took place from June-December 2019.

 

The winners were gathered in Metro Manila in February 2020 for the Haquathon Summit, where they had the opportunity to present project updates and network with potential partners.

The Haquathon is a project of Save Philippine Seas (SPS), American Spaces Philippines, and the U.S. Embassy in the Philippines

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1ST PRIZE

Trevali

Trevali (TRaceability & EVAluation) Intelligence by Antipara Exploration is a mobile app that enables fishers to record their catch, aiding traceability.

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2ND PRIZE

JunkEx

JunkEx is an online platform that aims to bridge waste sources and waste processors for a circular economy.

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3RD PRIZE

SERENA

SERENA (Solid Entraining Receptacle for Enviro Nautical Applications) is a device that aids the interception and collection of debris from marinas and estuaries, guarding the portals to the seas.

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SEATIZEN'S CHOICE AWARD

AquaLoop 

AquaLoop enables ocean researchers to obtain crucial data required for climate change and ocean research in just the tap of a button — all for a price that's just a fraction of current solutions in the market.

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1ST PRIZE

ParrotFishNet 

 ParrotFishNet aims to protect marine sanctuaries through the use of IOT technology attached to buoys.

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2ND PRIZE

KaPatrol

KaPatrol is an offline multi-tool mobile application for reporting and monitoring of illegal fishing activities. It aims to promote efficient coastal law enforcement and minimize illegal fishing activities.

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3RD PRIZE

WAQ

WAQ (Water Quality Monitoring System) is an IOT system by Spring Valley Tech Corp. that autonomously measures water quality parameters from around the coastal areas and aggregates them into one dynamic database.

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SEATIZEN'S CHOICE AWARD

Reef Patrol 

Reef Patrol is an app that shows real-time data in the reef, educating the public and helping the government regulate activities.

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Our journey continues with

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