The Copernicus Hackathon Graz is part of the European Union’s Copernicus Programme. Our aim is to motivate and inspire developers, entrepreneurs and the industry to develop innovative ideas for the betterment of society.
We are inviting all developers, scientists, researchers, entrepreneurs, designers and all Earth Observation and space enthusiasts to join us in the first Copernicus Hackathon taking place in Graz!
When: Postponed for Autumn 2020
Where: TU Graz, Stremayrgasse 16, Graz, Austria
Copernicus is the European Union’s Earth Observation Programme, looking at our planet and its environment for the ultimate benefit of all European citizens. It offers information services based on satellite Earth Observation and in situ (non-space) data.
Vast amounts of global data from satellites and from ground-based, airborne and seaborne measurement systems are being used to provide information to help service providers, public authorities and other international organisations improve the quality of life for the citizens of Europe. The information services provided are freely and openly accessible to its users.
Hackathons are gathering a large number of people with various fields of expertise and different skills with the aim of developing a software, starting from an idea and ending with an operational application.
The Copernicus Hackathon Programme, is bringing together developers, entrepreneurs and topic-specific experts to develop new applications based on Copernicus Earth Observation data and services. Copernicus Hackathons is giving people all over Europe the chance to come together and explore many application fields here on Earth with free and open space data from Copernicus.