Hackathon for innovative apps based on COSMO-SkyMed in Rome on 28-29 november

Rome  06 November 2015

The Italian Space Agency (ASI), the subsidiary e-GEOS and BIC Lazio - company of the Lazio Region - organise a Hackathon dedicated to the use of data from the COSMO-SkyMed constellation for Earth observation. 

Telespazio and Thales Alenia Space Italia are partners of the event, hosted at the ASI headquarters in Rome on November 28 and 29.
 #COSMOsmHack will be a veritable "coding marathon", open to all, aimed at the development and promotion of a Proof of Concept (POC) for innovative applications (concept design, mock-up, demo, APP prototype, web/mobile application, etc.) in 4 different areas: Coasts and Seas, Emergency and Safety, Cultural Heritage, Agriculture.

 Individual participation is allowed after registering on the ASI corporate website by filling in the form available online until November 26. Upon registration, you can specify the name of another member with whom you wish to participate in the Hackathon.

 In any case the mere online registration does not imply participation in the event, which will be notified expressly by email upon acceptance of the application by the Organizers. The Organizers will also ensure the establishment of teams composed of no more than 5 competitors, favouring, where possible, the topic areas mentioned by the participants at registration.

 


 For more information, complete rules and prizes:
http://www.asi.it/it/eventi/workshop/cosmosmhack 

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