Join us for the inaugural Space Apps Challenge in Orlando!
The Orlando chapter of the NASA's Space Apps Challenge will take place in the heart of the city's Cultural District at Canvs, a tech coworking space. The event embraces collaborative problem solving by encouraging participants to think boldly, take initiative, and act globally.
The best teams at Space Apps are made of people with different skillsets. So don't be put off by thinking you're not be "techy" enough; you could be the one to turn your team's idea from average to awesome! Whether you're a designer, engineer, writer, artist, developer, student, entrepreneur, project manager, or jazzed-up space nerd, we want you to bring your enthusiasm to creating solutions to some of NASA's challenges in this year's hackathon. Anyone and everyone is welcome, regardless of skill level or background - just bring your brain, laptop, and passion for space.
There will be prizes/awards for the best projects and two local teams will be nominated for the international challenge judged by NASA executives!
Come build amazing apps, data visualizations, and other solutions to further space exploration, life on earth and NASA missions.
- 1. Create a personal profile here.
- 2. Once logged in, specify Orlando as the event you'll be attending!
Note: It's not possible to create team associations through the registration page, but team members can be listed once a project is submitted.
The 2015 Challenges have now been posted! Find them here.
Projects Nominated for Global Judging
Global Nominee #1Go, No-Go
Global Nominee #2Project Unknown
People's choiceProject Unknown
Projects Receiving Local Awards1st place - Go, No-Go
2nd place - Project Unknown
The following projects were worked on at Orlando:
Go, No-GoProject Members from this location
"Go, No-Go" (GNG) will be an interactive simulation that focuses on engaging users with gradually increasing difficulty as they learn some of the systems that are verified in the hours and moments before a launch. The controls and systems used will be powe... Visit Project
My Cube Sat.comProject Members from this location
A non-tracking Quadrifilar Helix Antenna (QHA) developed to facilitate a low-cost and an easier mode of capturing small satellite information in a circular polarized manner. This state-of-the-art hardware captures data from amateur radio “cube” and “pico” satellites in both the data packet for... Visit Project
Study of Mars Trojan asteroids that may be used as unmanned depotsProject Members from this location
In order to one day construct and inhabit a Mars station, many thousand tons of support materials will need to be readily at hand, and cost effectively delivered. The technology for Mars insertion is not yet of a sufficient level to complete the delivery in any substantial amount. Until such... Visit Project
StarTrakProject Members from this location
Develop a mobile phone app to provide interested astronomers with ‘daily news’ on the transient high-energy sky, based on information available from public pages at NASA, the European Space Agency, the Japanese Space Agency, etc.
A.R.M.S. 2.0 - Astronaut Remote Management SystemProject Members from this location
The Astronaut Remote Management System (ARMS 2.0) improves and extends the Astronaut Resource Management System (ARMS) developed for the 2014 Space Apps Challenge at Kennedy Space Center. Consisting entirely of commercial off the shelf products (Android smart phone and Epson Moverio glasses), ... Visit Project
AgralertProject Members from this location
Utilizing Agralert’s simple 5-step process, farmers can share information about agricultural losses caused by outbreaks and natural disasters. For example, a farmer who discovers they have lost crops due to pests would go through the following process:
1. F... Visit Project
Project UnknownProject Members from this location
- Live Website: https://projectunkown-vcabieles.c9.io/
Our goal is to create a web based, interactive learning environment for anyone who wishes to learn about:
- TNOs, Centaurs and SDOs
- Other unusual objectsVisit Project
The ExoBot ProjectProject Members from this location
The ExoBot project aims to make space and ground operations safer through the use of remote control of NASA robots like Robonaut. Robots are extremely capable with regards to repetitive tasks and precise movement, but they are not critical thinkers nor problem solvers. In that area, humans may... Visit Project