Panamá

Panamá

Panamá
  • Bienvenidos al Space Apps Challenge Panamá 2014. Por segundo año consecutivo nos reuniremos en Ciudad de Panamá para desarrollar soluciones creativas a los retos que proponen nuestros amigos de la Agencia Nacional Aeroespacial (NASA). La Universidad de Panamá  y la Secretaría Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología (SENACYT) unen esfuerzos para organizar esta hackathon en nuestra ciudad.

    Invitamos a que participen todos los profesionales, científicos, diseñadores, emprendedores y estudiantes de todas las áreas, que estén interesados en el desarrollo de soluciones creativas a problemas relacionados con el espacio, la robótica y el monitoreo terrestre.

    Este es un evento abierto a todos los interesados mayores de 18 años. La hackathon se desarrollará los días 12 y 13 de abril en la Facultad de Informática, Electrónica y Comunicación de la Universidad de Panamá, en el campus Octavio Méndez Pereira. 

    La participación puede ser individual o en equipos (preferiblemente) con el propósito de crear sinergia, definir propuestas innovadoras de interés para la sociedad y el desarrollo científico, captar el interés de las empresas orientadas a la tecnología en las soluciones propuestas y sus creadores. Los mejores proyectos serán presentados a la NASA para su evaluación y promoción. A nivel local, se le dará seguimiento a los mejores proyectos  para asistirles en la realización de sus propuestas. 


    Welcome to the International Space Apps Challenge Panama 2014. Twice in a row we'll get together in Panama City, Panama to develop creative solutions to NASA's challenges. This year the University of Panama has joined efforts with National Secretariat of Science and Technology (SENACYT) to organize this hackathon in our city.

    We invite every professional, scientist, designer, entrepeneur and student in all areas to participate. If you have interest in creative solutions development in topics related to space, robotics, and Earth watch this is the event for you. 

    This is an open event for any person of age 18+. We'll hold the event from April 12th and 13th at the Informatics, Electronics and Communication Faculty, University of Panama, Octavio Mendez Pereira campus.

    Participation can be individual or in teams (preferably) in order to create synergy, identifying innovative proposals relevant to the society and scientific development, to capture the interest of technology-oriented companies in the proposed solutions and their creators. The best projects will be presented to NASA for evaluation and promotion. Locally, we will track the best projects to assist in carrying out their proposals.


    Projects Nominated for Global Judging

    Galactic Impact

    SSPIA

    Most Inspiring

    +Real Mission

    People's choice

    SIFREESEA

    Projects Receiving Local Awards

    1st Place - SSPIA
    2nd Place - +Real Mission
    3rd Place - MATSECF ROVER
    3rd Place - SIFREESEA

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  • The following projects were worked on at Panamá:

    • +Real Mission

      Project Members from this location
      • Ariel Vernaza

      My idea here is trying to create today a google glass and android app that will first give the position and give the information about space mission. I am computer science engineer and also an Msc. in Artificial Intelligence. I worked a lot with virtual world, augmented reality, and Multi Agen... Visit Project

    • SSPIA

      Project Members from this location
      • José Quintero
      • Alexey Evdokimov
      • Daniel Martinez

      Using data from MAAS API and other sources this app shows basic information of planets of the solar system and their most notable satellites. Users can get notified when temperature is in a specified range if it were "earth time" on the specified planet. Calculations are done based on the maxi... Visit Project

    • Weather Education Workshop Innovation Team

      Project Members from this location
      • Raul Fernando Solis Betancur
      • Rafael Asprilla

      We aim to create content for an environmental sciences course. We will create a complete presentation where we will define the basic concepts of the urban heat island, climate change and how we can monitor climate within the cities. The approach is merely educational and will be presented to o... Visit Project

    • SIFREESEA

      Project Members from this location
      • Jaime Jaén
      • Huriviades Calderón
      • juan comparaz
      • Javier Guardia
      • Elvin Espinoza
      • Jorge  Luis
      • Robert Gutiérrez
      • Isai Samudio
      • francisco navarro
      • Luis Domínguez

      Through a selection system coordinates the set of nodes are chosen depending on their position for close observation and monitoring. The nodes are waiting for new data to verify the proposed coordinates for the database whenever necessary independent of the other telescopes being well each one... Visit Project

    • Monisio Observatory

      Project Members from this location
      • valery  Oses
      • Irina  Del Rosario
      • Angela Fernandez

      Our project is about how we can reduce the impact of wind and vibrations on the telescope placed in a dome. Among our ideas we would make it through a system of aluminum sheets that would be around near the base of the dome, while the vibrations would achieve a spherical counter placing concre... Visit Project

    • SAFARIC

      Project Members from this location
      • Sadday Calderon
      • Carmen Alfaro
      • Milagros Juarez
      • jesus rodriguez
      • josé Sánchez
      • josé Sánchez

      Technological University of Panama

      Regional Center Abroad

      Faculty of Civil Engineering

      Members Saday Calderón Carmen Alfaro Jesus Rodriguez José Sánchez Milagros Juarez

      project SAFARIC

      Space apps calleenge 2014

      introduction In the present project we wi... Visit Project

    • MATSECF ROVER

      Project Members from this location
      • Adam's Martínez
      • Evill Garibaldi
      • Cristian Siu
      • Salys Martínez
      • Miguel A. Fernández D.
      • tamika cumberbatch

      Nuestra propuesta es la creación de un rover que permita conocer la composición química de la atmósfera marciana, y a la ves también observar las posibles formaciones de compuestos al interactuar entre si, esta toma de datos se desarrolla con la implemenación de cámara de análisis de gases ten... Visit Project

    • Self-sustainable accordion system Hardware

      Project Members from this location
      • victor valdes
      • Angeliss Quiros
      • Arcenio Martinez
      • Jonathan  Ruíz
      • Angeliss Quiros

      Among variables to consider in the design are: wind intensity, artificial light, earthquakes, ground vibrations and sound waves produced by human action.

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    • optimum dome

      Project Members from this location
      • Cristina Gutierrez
      • Gissela González
      • Ricardo Araúz

      To protect the telescope structure , aluminum sheets are used in a triangular shape . All these , form a convex polyhedron suitable for the wind to be deflected so that it does not collide directly to the dome. Our proposal to beat the heat and regulate the temperature inside and outside the d... Visit Project

    • CONSTRANTEL

      Project Members from this location
      • Azael Samaniego
      • Eylin Rodriguez perez
      • Edwin Ortega
      • Dalys Villarreal
      • Melvin Quiros
      • Damián Solís
      • Daniel  Suarez

      Materials to make glass Cervit vicroceramico is a glass ceramic material is used for silica sand ( SiO2) , sodium carbonate ( Na2CO3) and limestone (CaCO3). R : Armored Glass in Panama R : Metal Glass Panama A: Glass and Aluminium Based on who is going to carve a mirror 1500mm and 370mm in di... Visit Project

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