Space Apps Orlando was held on October 19th, 20th & 21st. Thank you to the 37 people who joined the International Space Apps Challenge at this location. The local results, including the work of 6 teams, can be found below!
We wish our global nominees the best of luck!
What is #SpaceApps?
Only the worlds biggest hackathon! :)
Space Apps is an international hackathon that occurs over 48 hours in cities around the world. Since its inception in 2012, this event, a part of NASA's Earth Science Division, has become the world's largest global hackathon.
Who can participate?
Coders, scientists, designers, storytellers, makers, builders, technologists and everyone enthusiastic about space can join to address challenges we face on Earth and in space. Although most of our participants are with tech background, WE STRONGLY ENCOURAGE applications from people working in other industries and with skills from different areas.
Check the challenges for 2018 - THEY ARE OPEN.
Cmon, choose your challenge! Go go go 👉👉👉 link.
What to expect?
Expect a lot of teamwork, sleepless hours, and talks and discussions with NASA representatives, mentors and industry leaders from the tech and space community in Florida. Oh yeah, expect to have a lot of fun!
Who is involved?
This year's hackathon is POWERED BY the world class product studio Modus! 🚀
The HOST for this year is only the best co-working studio in downtown Orlando - Starter Studio. Oh, and we also strengthen the organization by joining forces with the amazing tSEDS - UCF student organization who will be your CO-ORGANIZERS for the event!😎
Other sponsors that showed their support are Google Cloud, Amazon Web Services, Arduino, Kennedy Space Center, RedBull, Def Fest Florida, and BinLabs. Enormous thanks to our supporters as well, the amazing Space Decentral, Data.Miami, PyData, Soar and Chart Brew. They are making sure that you will have an unforgettable experience, with many interesting prizes (Make sure to follow our facebook page to be updated as we unwrap the awards).
How to register?
Log in on the page and register with your email. That is it. We will contact you with more details.
Schedule (All times America/New_York)
Saturday, October 20th
Registrations and Breakfast
Hendrix Tavarez, a founder of Lockerfish Labs and Organizer of Google Developers Group Central Florida.
Topic: Prototyping with Flutter and Firebase
Mike LaFortune, a Product Manager at Modus Create, and two-time business founder will share tips and traps to avoid when starting a new software initiative or business.
Topic: _Start-up Lessons Learned the Easy Way_
Caley Burke, A Rocket Scientist, trained and practicing aerospace engineer for NASA's Launch Services Program at Kennedy Space Center.
Topic: A NASA experience, as part of the Launch Services Program and Space Apps
Special gift from NASA :)))
Mentorship session - Tech help and guidance
Project Checkup with mentors and organizers
Pizza time :)
Wrap up of first day
Sunday, October 21st
Start of second day
Pitch Mentorship Sessions - Ask a mentor to help you with your presentation!
Winner Announcements and Awards :)))
End of the hackathon :(