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Welcome to NASA Space Apps Challenge 2015 in Stockholm
Sweden is on a mission to space – and we want you on our crew!
We are proud to be part of NASA’s Space Apps Challenge and invite you to join us in Stockholm for a great weekend of creative problem solving where the sky is not the limit.
The Space Apps Challenge 2015 by NASA is a part of long-term initative and on-going national strategy for space tourism. The aim is to strengthen Sweden’s capability in commercial spaceflight industry and create a platform for cross-industry collaboration for global problem solving with local impact where diversity is the catalyst to innovation; http://tinyurl.com/kxxhvpp (in Swedish).
Come and build the future in space with Karin Nilsdotter, the Co-Founder and CEO of Space Travel Alliance and Managing Partner of Spaceport Sweden, two pioneering initiatives to realize the dream of commercial space travel, establishing Europe’s gateway to space in Swedish Lapland and a leading spaceline for tourism, research and education.
As we seek to inspire diversity and more women in the space industry, we work together with Datatjej, GeekGirlMeetup, Malvina and IVA Student Forum to reach our target of 50% women participants in this hackathon.
You can register as a team or individually. We welcome designers, programmers, artists, scientists, engineers, students and entrepreneurs from all ages and backgrounds and you can choose any challenge that captures your imagination and uses your skills or create-your-own if you need to. The challenges this year is divided into the four themes Outer Space, Earth, Humans or Robotics; Here you can read them all. More than 200 data sources, including data sets, services and tools will be available for this challenge.Here are some examples of available challenges:
- Work on the #CROPALERT challenge and find a way to bring data to local growers around the world
- Hack the #ZEROGEEBEE challenge! Design and simulate a drone assist astronauts in moving items around the international space station
- Build the future of food with the #SPACEFOOD challenge and explore the possibilities of 3D printed food
- Your challenge is to design wearable clothing and accessories
To get more inspiration check out the official Facebook page.
Your solution doesn't need to be only an 'app' in a traditional sense. It can be a mobile app, software, hardware, data visualization and platform solutions.
Your team will present the solution to a jury consisting of industrial professionals and well-regarded academics. The two best solutions will then compete on a global level!
We expect you to bring your own device (e.g. notebook, tablet) and other specific tools you might need for your project. Internet access (via WiFi) and power sockets will be supplied to all attendees. We will provide a free lunch, dinner and breakfast, as well as a constant supply of refreshments, tea and coffee, throughout the event.
The global winning team members will all be invited to attend (and bring one guest with them) to a NASA launch at Kennedy Space Center. Travel is not included, however. Last year's winners attended the Orion launch in December 2014.
YOU NEED TO REGISTER ON TWO DIFFERENT PLACES:Registration is open for Space Apps Challenge 2015 -Stockholm, be sure to secure your spot !
To be able to participate in the global challenge you need to also register here !
Check out this videos for inspiration:
Time: 11-12 april 2015
Venue: SUP46, Regeringsgatan 29, Stockholm
Press: Karin Nilsdotter, firstname.lastname@example.org + 46 70 2268801
Projects Nominated for Global Judging
Global Nominee #1The Personal Display
Global Nominee #2Companions in Space
The following projects were worked on at Stockholm:
planet huntProject Members from this location
Teaching our platform with machine learning to deliver better results - finding the most stunning pictures. Using competition and gamification with an intuitive interface the website persuades everybody to participate.
You want to join our team?!
Just send an email to ma... Visit Project
The Personal DisplayProject Members from this location
THE PERSONAL DISPLAY
There are thousands of pages of user manuals onboard the ISS. This number is ever increasing as new technology is added and guidelines are updated. Astronaut engineers, scientists and technicians need to have this information easily accessible without interrupting... Visit Project
Companions in Space