10 more Copernicus Hackathon organisers have been selected

After the third cut-off date in May 2019, 10 more Copernicus Hackathon organisers had been selected!

Computer programmers, entrepreneurs, thematic experts, graphic designers and other creative talents are coming together from all over Europe to collaborate on the development of new software based on Copernicus Earth observation data.

Ideally, each team will comprise experts with skills relevant to software development, including computer programmers, graphic and interface designers, GIS and EO experts, project managers and topic related experts (e.g. agriculture, energy, forestry, oil & gas…). All participants to the Copernicus Hackathons shall be resident of one of the Copernicus participating countries (EU Member States + Norway and Iceland) or have established their organisation in one of the respective countries.

The winning team also receives access to the Copernicus Accelerator – a 12-month coaching scheme organised by the European Commission. In addition, the organiser of the Copernicus Hackathon often offers additional prizes to the teams.

Feel like you missed out on becoming an organiser yourself? Follow our very last open call until 15 November 2019 for the fourth application phase. REGISTER NOW to organise your own Copernicus Hackathon! Time to get new high-tech EO innovation into your region!

These are the new Copernicus Hackathons organiser of the next-to-last round:

S.A.B. Aerospace s.r.o
Date of Hackathon: 27-29 September 2019
Country/City: Czech Republic / Brno
Topic: EO Software Development, Space for Tourism and Sport

Aerospace Valley
Date of Hackathon: 25-26 October 2019
Country/City: Toulouse, Montpellier, Bordeaux
Topic: Climate change

Corallia
Date of Hackathon: 08-09 November 2019
Country/City: Greece / Athens
Topic: Maritime, Agriculture, Tourism, Disaster Management

Vito, Verhaert, Aliseos
Date of Hackathon: 20-21 November 2019
Country/City: Belgium / Brussels
Topic: Nutritious food for all, healthy lives for all and raw materials in a circular economy

Green-Tech Cluster
Date of Hackathon: 22-24 November 2019
Country/City: Latvia / Liepaja
Topic: Land monitoring, climate change and marine territory monitoring

Confartigianato Vicenza DIH
Date of Hackathon: 14-16 February 2020
Country/City: Italy / Vicenza
Topic: Climate change

Kapitech
Date of Hackathon: Phase 1: Practical workshops, 7 March 2020; Phase 2: Mentorship week, 9-13 March 2020;  Phase 3: Final, 14 March 2020
Country/City: Poland / Łódź
Topic: Spatial planning and automatic detection of changes, natural hazard prevention and management, monitoring of agricultural fields, meteorological and hydrological analysis, inventory of excavation and piles, inventory of unauthorized forest cuts, detection of illegal dumps and adaptation to climate changes.

CRAHI-UPC
Date of Hackathon: May 2020
Country/City: Spain / Barcelona
Topic: Linking Copernicus Early Warning Systems (EWS) CEMS-fire, CEMS-flood and C3S services for crisis management

Science Park Graz Esa BIC Austria
Date of Hackathon: Early 2020
Country/City: Austria / TBA
Topic: Mobility, Green Technology, Health and Food Technology

Risk Space Transfer –Technology Transfer Office
Date of Hackathon: Early 2020
Country/City: Bulgaria / TBA
Topic: Smart Sustainable Cities, Danube and Black Sea and Smart government

Find out more at hackathons.copernicus.eu.

Regine Heue, Head of Marketing & Communications at AZO, is responsible for planning, development and implementation of all of marketing strategies, marketing communications, and public relations activities, both external and internal. She oversees development and implementation of marketing materials and services, communications and public relations. She directs the efforts of the marketing and creative team.

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