Welcome to Glasgow's 3rd year hosting an ISAC event! This year we're at Glasgow Caledonian University with their Ethical Hacking Society.
0930 – 1000 Arrive at Venue and Complete Registration 1000 – 1130 Introductions, Short talks, Project Selection, and Team forming 1130 – Coding 1300 Lunch 1900 Dinner 0700 Breakfast 1200 Lunch – 1530 Coding ends 1530 – 1600 Presentation Prep and Project page 1600 Project Presentations and Judging
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Ace your hackathon with serious services, APIs and tools. Lots of them! Tools you can add, change, toss out, re-purpose, and otherwise bend to do your bidding. IBM created Bluemix to be a single-solution environment that lets you develop, test and deploy just about anything you want to make, like those million-dollar ideas you've been hiding from the world.
Want to build a browser-based chat app that requires little to no system resources? We have Node.js. Is your boss asking you to scale to billions of requests a day? Do it with Mongo DB. Does Nanna want you to build an app to track daytime soap storylines? You're going to need some message queuing.
IBM is supporting the International Space App Challenge, focusing on solutions that address global needs applicable to both life on Earth and life in space. The four challenge areas include: Earth, Outer Space, Humans and Robotics. Bluemix has the tools to create a unique and innovative applications for this hackathon, and for your future challenges. Register for your free trial of Bluemix and participate in our virtual education to familiarize yourself with the Bluemix before you hack! http://ibm.biz/spaceapp2015
• Familiar set of languages including Liberty Java, Ruby, PHP, Node.JS, and Python
• The right database for you, whether it’s Cloudant , SQL, mySQL or MongoDB
• Support for Wearables and Internet of Things (IoT) integration
• For email, messaging and phone comms, check out Twilio, SendGrid, etc.
• Instant server resources and infrastructure to develop and deploy
• Starter code to give you a solid foundation for enterprise-grade coding
• A full ecosystem of partners and open source services
The winning team will receive $12K of Cloud credit and if they are a qualified startup, they will be granted up to $120K of Cloud credit in addition to up to 60 hours of technical support and assistance over 6 months by an senior IBM Bluemix developer.
Judging Criteria: Application Uniqueness 25%, Usage of IBM Bluemix Services & Runtime 25%, Solution Completeness 25%, Presentation & Demo 25%. We encourage you to mix and match with other powerful APIs and third party services.
Note: All prizes or any prize components will be awarded to the winning team as a whole and not to each individual member of a winning team. IBM is not responsible for any disputes among team members concerning prize or prize components. IBM/NASA employees are not eligible to receive the “Most innovative use of Bluemix” award.
Projects Nominated for Global Judging
Global Nominee #1Stereo vision experiment review tool
Global Nominee #2Icarus
Best Use of DataStereo vision experiment review tool
The following projects were worked on at Glasgow:
Lost in SpaceProject Members from this location
Simplifying the data from the ISS: Showing only what is relevant at each level of zoom Separating type of data - points, orientations, scalar values Automatically detecting appropriate ranges for each type of data Overlaying data on appropriate representation(s) of the IS... Visit Project
Do You See What I SeeProject Members from this location
When I am a a Point A I browse some objects in the solar system, and things on earth. Pick out something I find interesting and it, History, Entertainment and so-forth.Visit Project
RoflCopterProject Members from this location
The ROFLCOPTER is a cuboid drone with six arms. Its symmetric structure is 50 x 50 x 50 cm and its carbon fiber body weights approximately 10 Kg. At the end of each of the six arms we find an electromagnet, four thrusters and a proximity sensor. The central body incorporates a bluetooth receiv... Visit Project
Stereo vision experiment review toolProject Members from this location
We aim to make it easier for scientists to review the SPHERES experiment videos, specifically regarding the quality and quantity of feature matches between the left and right views of the goggles. The primary aim is to expose a given point in the video timeline and allow for ... Visit Project
IcarusProject Members from this location
Different types of visualisation of ISS telemetry data, through a web app powered by Django, hosted in IBM Bluemix and implemented using mapbox, three.js and D3.jsVisit Project
Top CropProject Members from this location
Entry for Crop Alert Challenge for the 2015 International Space App ChallengeVisit Project
TopCropProject Members from this location
Entry for Crop Alert Challenge for the 2015 International Space App Challenge.Visit Project