3 November, 18:00 CET–
5 November, 18:00 CET
Join the Hackathon in Munich!
Interested in creating solutions using EU space technology to support international development and humanitarian aid? The 6th CASSINI Hackathon is open for entries. This is your chance to explore important global challenges from a new perspective with people from all backgrounds!
Find inspiration from experts, and gain the know-how to utilise data from Copernicus, satellite positioning and navigation services from Galileo & EGNOS. Embark with your team on one of three challenges centered around the theme of international development and humanitarian aid:
- Supporting sustainable infrastructure development
- Strengthening food security & access to clean water
- Understanding and forecasting forced migration
Our German organiser, N3XTCODER, has a strong background in digital projects aimed at social change. Working closely with leading companies as well as innovative entrepreneurs, N3XTCODER will offer exciting opportunities to participants of the 6th CASSINI Hackathon.
Join us in Munich between Friday the 3rd and Sunday the 5th of November to learn how to turn your ideas and our space data into impactful solutions. Building up a strong and sustainable infrastructure, with seamless connectivity and renewable energy, is a key local concern. Join us to make a difference!
The winners of the CASSINI Hackathon Germany will receive €10,000 worth of N3XTCODER digital product support:
- First place: €5,000
- Second place: €3,000
- Third place: €2,000
The top 3 teams across all competing hackathons will be awarded an additional 100 hours of expert mentoring from CASSINI.
Get an inside perspective on local opportunities from our expert panel, which includes:
N3XTCODER will be organising the Hackathon in Germany! This organisation focuses on IT consulting and services with the objective of aiding in the development of digital products that can tackle social problems globally. N3XTCODER has 10+ years of work experience within the global social impact community, the financial sector, and a vast technology-focused network including partnerships with prestigious German ministries, international corporations, universities, and NGOs.
N3XTCODER, in line with the CASSINI Hackathons, are deeply committed to utilising data for good and building solutions that can effectively address the most pressing problems of today.
This hackathon is supported by the following sponsors and partners:
Bayerisches Staatsministerium für Wirtschaft, Landesentwicklung und Energie
Deutsches Museum München
United Nations World Food Programme
Empowering communities through sustainable solutions, the UN WFP tirelessly works to eradicate global hunger. By providing nutritious meals and fostering resilience, it ensures vulnerable populations enjoy access to sufficient, safe, and nutritious food year-round.
As one of the hackathon's sponsor, Google fosters innovation in humanitarian aid through space data. Their experts mentor participants, harnessing Google’s tech excellence and data prowess to develop breakthrough solutions addressing critical global aid challenges.
European Space Imaging
For two decades, European Space Imaging (EUSI) has been a leader in Europe’s earth observation sector, providing Very High Resolution (VHR) satellite imagery. With unique access to advanced satellites, EUSI specializes in the efficient collection and Near Real-Time delivery of quality satellite products.
Center for Digital Technology and Management
The Center for Digital Technology and Management (CDTM), a joint initiative by LMU and TUM in Munich, offers an interdisciplinary Technology Management program. Engaging students with creative and entrepreneurial mindsets, the hands-on curriculum partners with industry, start-ups, and focuses on market-ready technologies.