Regulations skyhacks Business Weekend 2020


The organizer of the event called „Skyexpo 2020” in Gliwice, hereinafter referred to as the „Event”, is the company:

skygate sellekt Spółka Cywilna Łukasz Werka, Krzysztof Parjaszewski with its seat in Gliwice, 44-100 Gliwice, at ul. Rynek 6 with REGON number 243241712, tax identification number NIP: 6312649050 – hereinafter referred to as „Organizer”.


The event will be held on November 13 – 15, 2020 in Gliwice, at Arena Gliwice at Akademicka 50, 44-100 Gliwice. Participation will be only online.


  1. Participants of the Event may be adult natural persons with full legal capacity or minors with the appropriate consent of their legal guardians – hereinafter referred to as the „Participant”.
  2. The condition for participation in the Event is registration at the time specified in the schedule, via the form available at
  3. At the time and place of the Event, a programming marathon (hereinafter „Hackathon”) related to artificial intelligence will be conducted


  1. Participants are entitled to participate in the Hackathon in development teams (hereinafter referred to as the „Team”), the number of members of which may not exceed 6 people. Each member of the Team must meet the requirements for the Participant specified in these Regulations.
  2. Each Participant may be a member of only one Team.
  3. Based on data sets (hereinafter „Datasets”) and the computing power provided by the Organizer („Cloud”), the teams prepare a solution (hereinafter „Solution”) of the problem that uses artificial intelligence, and then present it to the Jury.
  4. The time for presenting the Solution to the Jury (on Sunday) is a maximum of 8 minutes for each Participant or Team.
  5. The Organizer provides each of the Teams and the Participant participating in the Hackathon on their online instructions and helpdesk online.


  1. As part of the Hackathon, participants will create a solution to the problem of public utility. The exact requirements will be posted on
  2. The team of experts will be available to the participants both during the Hackathon and before it starts via e-mail.
  3. It is allowed to prepare the concepts and assumptions of the software and graphics that will be used in the software or in its presentation in advance. It is not allowed to prepare code fragments.
  4. Participants use technologies of their choice. The code repository should contain instructions on how to run the solution.
  5. At the end of the event, the teams will conduct one presentation – this will be the basis for the Jury’s evaluation of the Solutions.


  1. By submitting the Solution to the Hackathon, Participants declare that they are its sole creators within the meaning of the Act on Copyright and Related Rights and that they are entitled to full proprietary copyrights to the Solution created during the Event.
  2. Participants declare that the entire Solution consisting of the source code and graphics will be licensed under Creative Commons. When using the license, the authors will retain their copyrights, while allowing others to copy and distribute only in non-commercial conditions.


  1. The Hackathon Organizer shall not be liable for any material or non-material damage suffered by the Participant as a result of participating in the Event.
  2. The Organizer of the Event is not responsible for the Participant’s inability to collect the prize for reasons attributable to the Participant.
  3. The Organizer is not responsible for material items left unattended during the Event.


  1. The administrator of personal data of Hackathon Participants is skygate sellekt Spółka Cywilna Łukasz Werka, Krzysztof Parjaszewski with its registered office in Gliwice, 44-100 Gliwice, at ul. Rynek 6 with REGON number 243241712, with a tax identification number NIP: 6312649050.
  2. The administrator has appointed a Data Protection Officer who can be contacted by e-mail:, or by phone: +48 538 337 293.
  3. Personal data of the Participants will be processed to organize and conduct the „# 3 Skyhacks” competition, based on their consent.
  4. Providing data by Participants is voluntary. Failure to provide the data will result in the inability to participate in the competition.
  5. Participants’ data may be made available only to entities authorized by law and entities commissioned with services related to the processing of personal data.
  6. Personal data of the Participants will be processed for the period necessary for the implementation indicated in §8 point 3 of the purpose, the Hackathon, and for the period in which the Organizer will be obliged by law to archive materials from the Hackathon.
  7. Participants have the right to access personal data, request rectification of personal data, request removal of personal data, request to limit the processing of personal data, to transfer personal data, and to object to processing when data processing takes place for direct marketing purposes.
  8. The Participants’ data in the form of an image will be transferred to third countries (outside the European Economic Area), for which the European Commission has issued a decision on an adequate level of personal data protection. in such cases, the data will be transferred following generally applicable provisions of law with appropriate safeguards, based on standard data protection clauses adopted by the European Commission. The participant may obtain a copy of the personal data transferred to a third country. Other personal data will not be transferred to the recipient in a third country or an international organization.
  9. The participant has the right to withdraw consent to the processing of personal data at any time. Withdrawal of consent does not affect the lawfulness of data processing, which was made based on consent before its withdrawal.
  10. The participant has the right to complain to the President of the Personal Data Protection Office when he considers that the processing of personal data violates the provisions

Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals concerning data processing

personal data and on the free movement of such data and the repeal of Directive 95/46 / EC (general regulation on data protection) (Journal of Laws of the EU. No. of 2016, No. 119, p. 1, as amended).