The annual ESA Space App Camp initiated by ESA was established in 2012 jointly by the European Space Agency (ESA) and AZO Anwendungszentrum GmbH Oberpfaffenhofen. The goal is to come up with mobile apps using Earth observation data on mobile devices, in particular by leveraging the possibilities offered by the European Earth Observation Programme Copernicus.
Learn more about the successful winners of the previous years!
ESA Space App Camp 2017 – initiated by ESA, sponsored by SAP, Barcelona, Spain
Jérôme Gasperi with his mobile application SnapPlanet is this year’s winner of the ESA Space App Camp Barcelona! Jérôme convinced the experts of ESA, SAP, EC and AZO with his innovative service that combines the increasing availability of satellite images with social networking
ESA Space App Camp 2016 – initiated by ESA, sponsored by SAP, Barcelona, Spain
The Bavarian start-up company Building Radar is this year’s winner of the ESA Space App Camp Barcelona 2016! The team convinced the experts of ESA, SAP and AZO with their innovative service on construction detection.
Paul Indinger, Leopold Neuerburg, Raoul Friedrich, and Marc Bickel
ESA App Camp BCN 2015, Barcelona, Spain
AGRAI: a personal farming solution for mobile phones
Aarni Koskela, Matti Määttänen, Otso Rasimus, and Henrik Skogström
FarmIQ: focusing on analysing crowd-sourced information to develop predictive agricultural models
Anda Truta, Alex Dumitrescu, Alex Dantis, and Julian Laval