Deutsche Telekom’s technology incubator, Hubraum, is opening up to iOS developers working on augmented reality applications, a program that includes development support from Apple.
Promoted by Oscar falmer, formerly an AR evangelist for Apple, Hubraum IOS innovation program calls on iOS developers to submit their AR applications that can be “powered by Deutsche Telekom technologies, including 5G and Low Latency Edge Computing,” as well as early access to consumers.
Hubraum is looking for experienced iOS developers who feel they can benefit from access to the incubator and “development support directly from Apple.” The project is also especially interested in iOS apps for mass market consumers.
There is a particular focus on AR applications and projects covering communication, gaming, sports, music, retail, education, sustainability, AR enablement and machine learning, and privacy.
Participants in the program will be able to use the Deutsche Telekom platform for development and commercialization, development support directly from Apple, and other support assistance. This includes business development and mentoring sessions, interactive onboarding sessions for small groups, and assisted access to the operator’s infrastructure technology.
Applications close on August 4, which will be followed by three filing days later in the same month. The program itself will begin on September 8, with the event’s final summit taking place in November.
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