Nasa’s largest Turkish hackathon will be held in Ankara

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Nasa’s largest Turkish hackathon will be held in Ankara

With the support of the Ankara Metropolitan Municipality, the NASA Apps Challenge event, where new ideas will be generated on issues such as solving environmental problems and advancing space technologies, will be held at the North Star TechBridge Technology Center on October 1 and 2.

Those wishing to participate in the 48-hour event will be able to register via spaceapps.odtuggt.org.

As the Ankara Metropolitan Municipality follows the technological developments, it also continues its support for the IT sector.

This year, Ankara Metropolitan Municipality will host the NASA Space Apps Challenge Hackathon, which was held for the 11th time this year with the aim of solving the world’s environmental problems, advancing space technologies and developing the humanity.

The event will be held at the North Star TechBridge Technology Center; It is organized with the support of institutions such as the Turkish Space Agency, Tübitak Space, Plan-S, Türksat, METU and Aselsan.

EVENT IS AT NORTH STAR TECHBRIDGE ON OCTOBER 1 & 2

The organization, which will be held on October 1 and 2 and where the teams will compete for 48 hours without interruption, will be held at the North Star TechBridge Technology Center. During the organization, the participants will produce projects on the themes determined by exploiting the remote open source data shared on the Apss de l’espace site.

KAZANANS WILL BE AT NASA ROCKET LAUNCH EVENT

The participants, who will participate in the event in teams of minimum 2 and maximum 6 people, will present their projects to the local jury at the end of the 48-hour period. Winning teams are eligible to participate in the World Finals. kazanand its projects will be reviewed by NASA. from the world finals kazanMomentum will be invited to a rocket launch event by NASA to a space station.

Those wishing to participate in the event will be able to register via spaceapps.odtuggt.o.

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