Space Apps Challenge : Finalists and winning teams
The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) is very proud to have participated for a fourth consecutive year in the Space Apps Challenge, an annual hackathon that took place from to , and brought together people from all over the world. Because of the pandemic, this year's event took place virtually. This was an added challenge for both the organization and the participants!
Participants from various backgrounds, professions and interests from seven Canadian cities – Halifax, Ottawa, Toronto, Hamilton, Waterloo, Calgary and Vancouver – took part in the Space Apps Challenge. In addition, Toronto organized a specific event for youth.
The CSA collaborated with the local chapters by providing mentors throughout the hackathon via a collaborative platform accessible to all participants across Canada. The CSA experts were able to interact with the participants and answer their questions.
This year's Space Apps Challenge attracted more than 341 participants and led to a variety of innovative and creative solutions.
Winner of the Global Canadian Prize:
3.14Heads from Toronto:
Winner of the Special Prize for World Space Week:
Open Intelli Data from Kitchener-Waterloo
Finalists of the CSA Space Apps Challenge – use of Canadian data
Many of the participating cities identified a finalist team that used Canadian data to solve one of NASA's challenges.
|Ember AI||Halifax||Spot that fire V3.0|
|Spotifyre||Ottawa||Spot that fire V3.0|
|3.14Heads||Toronto||Can you hear me now?|
|Rocking Rover||Toronto (youth)||A flood of ideas|
|Open Intelli Data||Waterloo||Planet, with people|
|HAP-Hazzard Hunters||Calgary||Automated Detection of Hazards|
|Pixel Partners||Vancouver||Better together|
The CSA would like to thank the local organizers. A special thank you to the participants who chose to showcase Canada's open data. Their passion and determination inspired us greatly.
Congratulations to the finalists and winners!
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