This is it ! The first batch of Copernicus Hackathons have been selected by the European Commission. Developers around Europe will be meeting up to challenge themselves in using Earth Observation data.
This is it! The first batch of Copernicus Hackathons have been selected by the European Commission. Developers around Europe will be meeting up to challenge themselves in using Earth Observation data. The sobloo team is very excited to have been selected amongst the Copernicus Data Information Access Services (DIAS) to be used as the platform upon which experts will be putting their ideas to the test.
One of the first hackathons is taking place in Leiden, the Netherlands, on 29-30 September 2018. It’s all about space data and being down to earth, exploring earth, water and air. SBIC Noordwijk together with Plnt! Are looking forwards to welcoming developers from all backgrounds. Find out more here https://www.sbicnoordwijk.nl/copernicus-hackathon/
Coming next is the DanubeHack organised by the Climate Change Centre Austria and takes place in Bratislava on 6-7 October 2018. It’s cross border and brings together experts on environment, tourism and transport. Find out more about the event and discover the different prizes http://copernicus.danubehack.eu/
Climate is a hot topic this year and there are lot of data – and ideas – to leverage out there. Also interested in addressing environmental topics, join the Climathon organized on 26th October 2018 by Booster Nova in Toulouse, France. Code your thoughts on how to fight climate change from space. Read more http://booster-nova.com/copernicushackathonclimathon/
The sobloo team