Supporting Brussels Copernicus Hackathondiaswpadmin
The Copernicus Hackathon Programme, financed by the European Commission, brings together developers, entrepreneurs and topic-specific experts to develop new applications based on Copernicus Earth observation data and services.
ONDA will be supporting the forthcoming Sustainable Development Goals Copernicus Hackathon taking place in Brussels, Belgium, on 20-21 November.
Participants will work on a solution for one of the three societal challenges (‘Healthy lives for all’, ‘Nutritious food for all’ and ‘Raw materials in a circular economy’) and will then have the opportunity to showcase it in front of an international expert audience.
ONDA will be providing:
- an informative webinar on our DIAS
- a free access to a standard package of ONDA services for 3 months as a prize to one of the winning teams
We would therefore like to invite anyone who is interested in participating, to register – individually or as a member of a team – within 15 October (participation is free).