International Space Apps ChallengeRSVP
- Venue: iHub
- Date: Saturday 21st April 2012
- Starts: 8:00am
- Ends: 8:00pm
Participants such as concerned citizens, discipline experts, engineers, scientists, and software developers attend events hosted in cities around the world. At these events, individuals collaborate with others by forming teams focused on solving a particular challenge. The teams compete with other teams around the world to utilize publicly available data to design innovative “solutions” to a pre-determined series of global “challenges.” The challenges are collected prior to the event from supporting organizations.
How it Works
The event embraces collaborative problem solving with a goal of producing solutions to global challenges.
The International Space Apps Challenge is an international codeathon-style event that will take place over a 48 hour period in cities on all seven continents – and in space – on the weekend of 21-22 April 2012. The iHub will host this event in Nairobi.
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