Space Apps Ottawa 2019
OUR WEEKEND SCHEDULE
- 7:00 pm: Kick-off and opening remarks from Space Apps Ottawa organizers
- 7:30 to 8:30: Canadian Space Agency Keynote
- 8:30 on : Pick challenges and form teams
- 9 am: Start hacking and solving!
- 4:00 to approximately 6:00 pm: Presentations & questions from judges; Weekend wrap-up.
- 11:59pm: Deadline to submit your presentation/30-second video
CSA Challenges 2019
- Challenge 1: STRATOS
- Challenge 2: Go Canada – Geomagnetic Data Integration
- Challenge 3: NEOSSat – Canada's Space Surveillance Telescope
- Challenge 4: Radi-N2 Interactive Map: Graphical Representation of Radiation Across Canada
- Challenge 5: SCISAT – Canada's Atmospheric Chemistry Experiment
- Challenge 6: RADARSAT-1 Open Data
- RADARSAT-1 Kids' Challenge
NASA Challenges 2019
- Earth's Oceans
- Our Moon
- Planets Near and Far
- To The Stars
- Living In Our World
- Invent Your Own Challenge
THE WORLD NEEDS YOUR IDEAS
Space Apps gives you the opportunity to bring projects to life for a wide range of applications. We are looking forward to seeing what innovative, creative ideas you bring to the community this year.
Space Apps is your chance to experience, experiment, and explore solutions to our universe’s biggest challenges!
Enterprise Architect | Dot Connector | Digital Transformer
President and Principal Consultant at Aurora Consulting
Bilyana Anicic has been delivering solutions in line with clients' business needs for over 20 years. Bilyana is presently helping Government of Canada departments with their Digital Transformations.
Bilyana is passionate about leveraging location as the interoperability “glue" for Big Data and the Internet of Things (IoT). As an Enterprise Architect, she applied her passion on many initiatives, both here in Canada and internationally, including leading the GC’s Federal Geospatial Platform (FGP) and Open Maps initiative.
is a Vice-President and Investment Advisor at one of Canada’s largest full-service investment firms. A passionate observer and advocate of commercial space development, she is frequently invited as a speaker and panelist to offer her keen insights into emerging new space industries and their financing, and on space resource development.
Michael Weiss is a professor at Technology Innovation Management (TIM) program at Carleton University. His interests include innovation, technology entrepreneurship, applied analytics, and ML/AI; he teaches one of the core courses in the TIM's Master of Applied Business Analytics (MABA) degree pathway, called Applied Analytics for Technology Innovation Management (TIMG 5301).