8th–9th June 2013
Shane Pereira was involved
To register and for further details for the Hackathon, please go to: http://catapulthackathon.eventbrite.co.uk For the Hackathon hosted at the Satellite Applications Catapult Harwell Campus, we will provide transport facilities from the Didcot Parkway Rail Station to the Electron Building for all the attendees. During the weekend it breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, chips and anything else to let the participants feel at ease will be provided for FREE. Furthermore, the Electron Building has a shower facility and people are allowed to sleep overnight within the building. So if you want to have some fun coding and hacking, bring your towel and sleeping bag!! If you cannot sleep over, but still wish to attend the Hackathon, then please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll do our best to make arrangements for you. The Satellite Applications Catapult is hosting a Satellite Applications Hackathon event on the weekend of 8-9 June 2013. It will take place over two sites – the Electron Building, on the Harwell Science and Innovation Campus, and at Inmarsat, Old Street, London. The two-day ‘technology development’ event is part of a series of activities to help generate innovative ideas and solutions in response to several challenges set by the Catapult or its associated partners. Hackathons offer an innovation platform to enable people to work together to solve challenges using space technologies, and exploit the benefits for both space and other markets sectors, eg. transport, healthcare, natural resources, etc. The Hackathon is open to anyone who would like to participate – software developers, engineers, technologists, scientists, designers, artists, educators, students and entrepreneurs – anyone who has a passion to help change the world.