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Software Business Lab part of winning team in Fortum Hackathon

Akatsuki Ryu represents SBL in the winning team, Team Proximity, in the Fortum Hackathon in May

The hackathon was hosted in collaboration with Industryhack to increase innovation in the energy industry.

Team Proximity’s winning idea was about managing and analyzing electricity exchange in Urgent market messages (UMM) in real time. The team’s three members were Akatsuki Ryu, Arto Ahde and Alexander Rodichev.

Arto Ahde, Alexander Rodichev and Akatsuki Ryu
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