Below, photos and videos from the event.
Two videos from the event:
Official video of the event (made during the event, published afterward):
Partners and supporters:
- Partners: Thales, IBM, Techcelerator, Armada collection by Nemira, Learning Network, Frufru, FoodPanda, Hollywood Multiplex Bucuresti Mall, ALL Promotion, M Flower Lab;
- Community partners: EUROAVIA, Voluntari pentru Idei si Proiecte-VIP, AIESEC, Școala IT, More Networking;
- Media partners: Știință și Tehnică, Asociația Română pentru Smart City, Cluj.com.
For the third year in a row, Bucharest will take part in the largest global hackathon! Join us on October 19-20 for the 2019 International Space Apps Challenge!
What is NASA Space Apps Challenge?
Space Apps is a 48 hours global hackathon, engaging thousands of problem solvers each year across the globe. The event embraces collaborative problem solving with a goal of producing relevant open-source solutions to address global needs applicable to both life on Earth and life in space.
You can take a look at the International 2018 Space Apps Summary, to see how it went last year. As for NASA SpaceApps Challenge in Bucharest, here is our story from 2019:
Who can participate in the hackathon?
Coders, scientists, designers, storytellers, makers, builders, technologists, students, engineers, entrepreneurs, artists, and problem solvers of all types, everyone enthusiastic about space, this event is for you!
The event is free and open to the public. Participation is limited to a number of 100 participants.
Gather a team of people with a diverse background, choose your challenge and register. Over 24 hours you will work together to develop an innovative solution to your challenge (be it a website, a mobile app, a concept or a hardware prototype). Your team will present the solution to a jury of experts. The best solutions will then compete on a global level!
2019 edition has 5 major themes. These categories are: Earth’s Oceans, Our Moon, Planets Near And Far, To The Stars, Living In Our World.
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