Welcome to the International Space Apps Challenge 2015 in Napoli!
This is an exciting two-day global event helping some of the most pressing challenges on Earth and space using publicly available NASA data. If you are a coder or a designer or have passion to know about space or have any interesting ideas to work with team of an interdisciplinary group on the most thrilling challenges that world is facing today, come and join us during the weekend on 11th and 12th of April 2015.
Local organizer: IREA-CNR and Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Napoli 'Federico II' in collaboration with U.S. Consulate Southern Italy.
Registration: It is absolutely FREE and OPEN to all groups who can contribute to solve the challenges i.e. from students, engineers, entrepreneurs, developers, designers to individuals who interested in science and technology.
Click on the link https://2015.spaceappschallenge.org/location/ to access the location page and register for the Napoli event or if you will participate from a remote location then register on 'Virtual Participation'.Program: A press conference will be held on 10th of April (Friday afternoon) at the University premises. The event will start on Saturday morning and close on Sunday evening.
Challenge Selection: East participant must select a challenge from the offered contests in the following link: https://2015.spaceappschallenge.org/challenge/. The participants, who choose the same project, will either form a team and can start work early on their project before the event or they can form a group on the day of event.
Local judging: Two teams will be awarded as local winners, based on the presentation of their activities on Sunday afternoon. The selected teams will be nominated for the global judging.
Global judging: NASA will select winners in each of the five finalist categories: Best Mission Concept, Best Use of Hardware, Best Use of Data, Most Inspiring, and Galactic Impact. In addition, one People's Choice will be announced on the Space Apps Event.
- - Bring your laptop for the event. Other equipment will be provided by the organizers.
- - Lunch will be provided on Saturday and Sunday.
- - Participants will have to arrange their own accommodation.
Check in the following link for all your Space Apps questions: https://2015.spaceappschallenge.org/about/faq/
"Challenges are what make life interesting and overcoming them is what makes life meaningful" -Joshua J. Marine
Projects Nominated for Global Judging
Global Nominee #1Space Split Food (SSF)
Global Nominee #2SelfieSat
People's choiceNASA Express Drone
Projects Receiving Local Awards1st Place - Space Split Food (SSF)
2nd Place - SelfieSat
People's choice - NASA Express Drone
IBM Bluemix Award - Hoe Help
The following projects were worked on at Napoli:
NASA Express DroneProject Members from this location
The project is about a New Drone working in microgravity condition,0 g, which has a support function for the ISS equipment.
Starting from the already existing project VERTIGO SPHERE, read on Nasa... Visit Project
ASOC-0g ( Automatic Satellite for Object Carring in 0 g )Project Members from this location
Our project aims to design an automatic drone for the delivery of items or equipment up to a weight of 2,0 Kg. We think this drone could help the crew by fullfilling the task of carrying object in the ISS, so the crew's members could focus on more relevant activities.Visit Project
SMIXYProject Members from this location
A glove that helps astronauts to quickly analyze planets surfaceVisit Project
Hoe HelpProject Members from this location
Our idea is developing an application that can help farmers to send and receive real-time data about:
2) Plant's diseases
3) Crop Market
We want to use Bluemix services offered by IBM.Visit Project
Space Split Food (SSF)Project Members from this location
Space Split Food (SSF) is an innovative way to solve the problem of management and supply of food on ISS . With Space Split Food we accepted NASA's challenge to reinvent the way of producing and distributing food.
Space TrainingProject Members from this location
To develop an additional training system based on new tools and a new software, which allow to get prediction and monitoring of astronauts' physical condition.Visit Project
SelfieSatProject Members from this location
Belonging to the category of the nanosatellites, SelfieSat has been conceived as a cubic satellite whose dimensions are 250x250x250 mm. However this has been thought about only as a first design, since... Visit Project