| Because as we learned from the International Space Challenge & RHoK; your code, your hacks and your solutions have the potential to facilitate a community of users & contributors that endure well beyond one codeathon.
| This article is cross-posted from ESA’s Living Planet Program blog here. For more information about the App Camp, go to the main page here. This week’s ESA App Camp didn’t see canoeing or campfires. Developers worked diligently despite the Mediterranean heat to create applications for mobile phones that bring Earth observation and GMES services to [...]
| We are very excited to announce the Global winners of the International Space Apps Challenget. It was truly a global collaboration with thousands of people and organizations around the world participating and all the solutions submitted were incredible. This event celebrated technology development in its most positive context—using minimal resources and maximum brainpower to create [...]
| It's time to "…find groups of people, bring them together around an issue or problem that needs to be fixed, then step out of the way and let the collective energy of the people in the room come together and really take that data and solve things in creative and imaginative ways that we would never have done ourselves."
| The International Space Apps Challenge, held on 21-22 April 2012, was a very productive event. 100+ solutions were developed in less than 48 hours, and although a few teams are still submitting their solutions to the website, we wanted to provide a summary of the 100+ reasons what you did at the event made a [...]
| 111 orgs, 25 cities, 17 countries, 2,083 pple, 71 challenges, 100+ solutions in 48 hours. This weekend, NASA successfully fulfilled a commitment on behalf of the United States as part of the Open Government Partnership Domestic Action Plan. The stated goal of the event, per the US Action Plan, was to “promote innovation through international collaboration“. Space exploration [...]