CSS Boeing Hackathon 2018: SPACE

 

Address:

Main Atrium
Merchant Ventures Building
Woodland Road
Bristol
BS8 1UB

Website:

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Start:

28/02/2018 - 11:00 am

End:

01/03/2018 - 1:00 pm

Following the success of the 2017 event, CSS and Boeing are again collaborating to host a Hackathon at the University of Bristol. Space technologies are driving innovation across a range of industrial applications from ubiquitous connectivity for IoT to the delivery of government services. We are delighted to announce that the 2018 Hackathon will be run in collaboration with the Satellite Applications Catapult to form the Space CSS Boeing Hackathon.

To infinity and beyond… Could you create software to enhance shipping efficiency or tackle air quality by creating an air pollution monitoring system? Maybe, your brilliant business idea lies in asteroid mining, using robotics and AI to help uncover valuable minerals in space, or will you make use of satellite data using open data platforms such as NASA’s Open Data Portal  ,Open Data Cube Initiative & Google Earth Engine to  develop your own satellite constellation?

Whatever the mission, just ensure you come equipped with enthusiasm to visualise, innovate and deliver. #Spacehackathon #watchthisspace #csshackathon

About Boeing

Boeing employs more than 2,200 people across the UK at numerous sites, from Glasgow to Gosport, and the company is experiencing solid organic growth.  In 2018 Boeing celebrates 80 years of partnership with the United Kingdom, the Armed Forces, British manufacturing and the air transport industry.  Today the UK remains a critically important market, supplier base and a source of some of the world’s most inventive technology partners.  Boeing’s expenditure with the UK aerospace industry in 2016 was £2.1 billion and the company supports an estimated 16,500 jobs in the UK supply chain, in the process enhancing skills, facilitating exports and generating intellectual property.  For more information visit www.boeing.co.uk or follow us on Twitter @BoeingUK.

The prizes awarded in three categories:

Theme: Space Data
Scope: Find a cool way to use satellite imagery or other data collected in space.
Example: Pollen Alert: The Allergen Compass

Theme: Software/hardware for space
Scope: Build something that we could send into space!
Example: Canaria Vital Signs Monitor

Theme: Explore Space
Scope: Help non-scientists to explore and learn about space.
Example: Kid on the Moon

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