Hundreds of hackers compete in each hackathon
to take home the top spots. Meet the best 10 teams
from each edition below.
An application that uses cutting edge AI to identify uncharted hiking trails, providing information about climate and user location.
An API-based service that provides quality measurements and reports about water and air quality for any location in the world.
A quality index (Q-SEA) that describes the water condition of the Italian seaside and offers the opportunity to make a comparison between areas.
An all-in-one bike travelling app that allows you to plan your biking journey through their virtual travel feature.
A website and application (MVP) connecting owners of clean vehicles with users who want to rent them anywhere, anytime.
A project in cooperation with the 'Tripful' app that can plan a hiking trail along areas with plastic waste, encouraging waste collection and disposal.
A community platform where users and companies can promote sustainable activities and projects in their local area or vacation destination.
An app which identifies potential campervan sites along a given route, including less visited areas of the Norwegian wilderness.
An app which offers a dynamic route planner that can be ajusted based on user's preferences, current forecast, mood, air pollution and overcrowding.
Arctic Soil Erosion uses satellite imagery to create a searchable map that identifies locations with a high risk of erosion.
PolarBearings is an AI-based polar navigation platform that provides optimal routing for terrestrial vehicles in the Arctic.
IceBlink provides navigation support including ice detection for vessels in the polar seas using remote sensing.
WeeSea is an Arctic monitoring system that helps vessels make the right decisions in crucial moments.
C-Route provides an optimised route navigation solution for ships in the Arctic region.
PhytoForSeea provides a platform to monitor and forecast marine flora and fauna.
STOL is a solution to support maritime professions to harness the power of Earth observation data.
Horus provides an integrated remote monitoring platform that checks the health and the environment of field equipment.
Energarctic provides a solution that improves the understanding of how the seas and the Arctic Ocean can generate electricity.
Software that predicts changes in migration corridors in real-time, suggesting alternative transportation paths without interfering with the autochthonous fauna.
Sportcasts develops APIs that deliver tailor-made, easily digestible insights from satellite data to businesses and projects.
TreeCount&Care helps to identify the condition of trees, and to provide information on any care necessary.
Sandless software analyses the past satellite images of other cities around the world to help you decide how to build your city of tomorrow!
CityLite is a smart cities platform for professionals in the construction industry to help plan, analyse & simulate the building of sustainable & smart cities.
Project HIVE monitors beehive ecosystems through satellite data. It uses the data to decide which locations are most suitable for bees to live in.
Gree(n)k Team's app can optimise routes collecting geospatial data and predicting air quality to make the most use of green spaces.
Have Sea Will Swim takes satellite images of coastlines and uses machine learning to detect areas suitable for swimming and to monitor water quality.
Citizeen is an app using satellite navigation and predictive algorithms to notify the user about the state of the green spaces in the city.
Bee Cool Let Us Pass the Road creates a map of green corridores and fragmented areas for safe passage to animals across high traffic roads.
Live your Green offers an easily accessible tool that rates property by environmental quality.