We fast-track the IoT innovation

With those who are crazy enough

Taipei – March 5th, 2019

Paris – June 19th, 2019

You are a company and you want the Hacking House
to work on a specific topic for you?


By the time you finish reading this page, there will be almost 4,000 new devices connected to the Internet. IoT is getting all over the world. If you want to be part of this game, you’re in the right place!

The Hacking House is the innovation arm of Sigfox, the worldwide company who provides the IoT connectivity services.

Our goal is to solve problems that don’t have an existing solution. We do this with gathering young diverse talents, a special methodology and a pool of mentors working under specific time-limit.

We fast-track the conception, prototyping and testing phases in less than 100 days, working on real-world projects.

Engineering & Business School Students

Get a unique chance to have real hands-on experience on breakthrough IoT projects for renown companies


Submit your IoT project problems for our hand-picked teams to work on and receive training to better manage your IoT projects.


The Hacking House program was launched in June 2018 with the first edition of the Summer Camp held in Sigfox Paris offices.

In August 2018, the first Hacking House opened up its doors in Silicon Valley to 12 young participants from 11 nationalities, who worked on 3 projects over the 3 months of the program:

  • Freight containers tracking, and seal opening detection
  • Wildfire prevention and detection
  • Shelf monitoring for the retail industry, with a focus on edge computing.

The Hacking House program

The Hacking House program is a 3-month cycle opened to all students, freelancers and IoT entrepreneurs. Each team is a mix of Hardware, Software and Marketing profiles working together to solve real world problems for sponsor customers with an IoT solution.


How the Hacking House works? 


90 days to hack the problem



Why we always suceed?

Do you have a question?

Drop us a line. We read every single email. 


Program inquiries:  hey@thehackinghouse.com