Have an idea for an app to assist first responders in the field?

Want to build apps to help law enforcement, fire and EMS?

Come out for a special public safety hackathon supported by FirstNet, built with AT&T, and AT&T Believe Chicago* initiative. With FirstNet – the wireless communications ecosystem dedicated to first responders – law enforcement, fire, and EMS personnel have access to reliable and highly secure data connections.

Now we’re looking for creative developers, designers and entrepreneurs and students interested in hacking for public safety solutions. By hacking for public safety mobile apps, you can mature your ideas, get involved in an exciting community and create something to further the greater social good.

So, whether you’re a developer, designer, project manager, or just interested in tech, join us for this event at the Illinois Institute of Technology.

Hackathon details:

6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 19, through 9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20

Ed Kaplan Family Institute For Innovation and Tech Entrepreneurship 3137 S. Federal Street, Chicago, IL 60616

Register now and check out the prizes and challenges! firstnethackchi.eventbrite.com

*Believe Chicago is an AT&T-employee initiative to improve lives and lift 19 Chicago neighborhoods most affected by gun violence and high unemployment.



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