Cassini Hackathon Poland

24 March, 19:00 CET–
26 March, 17:00 CET

Hybrid

Join the Hackathon in Gdańsk!

Can you create solutions using space technology to help strengthen Europe’s security? The 5th CASSINI Hackathon is open for entries.

 Be inspired by experts, learn to access data from Copernicus, EGNOS and Galileo, and connect with a team to build your solution. There are three challenges on the theme of defence and security:

  1. Enabling cross-terrain mobility
  2. Making the seas more secure
  3. Protecting our critical infrastructure
Get involved
Get involved

Based in a venue near the Baltic Sea, the Polish edition of the Hackathon will focus on the challenge of protecting our critical infrastructure. We can’t wait to see how participants use space data to defend ports, pipelines, refineries, and the ocean itself.

So, what are you waiting for? Join us in Gdańsk between Friday 24th and Sunday 26th of March. All you need is an interest in space technology – and the motivation to develop a winning idea. There are local and international prizes for the best teams… giving the winners the support they need to launch their ventures! 

Prizes

Prizes coming soon!

Mentoring

The top 3 teams across all hackathons will be awarded an additional 100 hours of expert mentoring.

Meet our experts

Interest in the space sector is soaring – and you’ll get an inside perspective from our expert panel:

Vito Fortunato
Vito Fortunato
AIX expert
Gianmarco Valletta
Gianmarco Valletta
AIX expert
Marco Depalma
Marco Depalma
AIX expert
Leonardo Amoruso
Leonardo Amoruso
AIX expert
Luigi Agrimano
Luigi Agrimano
AIX expert
Giuseppe Maldera
Giuseppe Maldera
GIS expert
Daniela Valentino
Daniela Valentino
EO expert
About the organisers

The team at Blue Dot Solutions has years of experience in building apps and systems using satellite data. Their start-up accelerator – Space3ac – provides mentoring and funding to new ventures from Poland and all over the world. 

Blue Dot Solutions operates Kosmonauta.net, a space sector portal. The firm also develops innovative solutions like Argas, a tool that uses Earth Observation data to locate people and vehicles. 

Don’t miss your opportunity to learn about satellite technology – and build your own solutions – from some of Poland’s top experts in the sector.