HALL OF FAME

The annual Space App Camp initiated by ESA was established in 2012 jointly by the European Space Agency (ESA) and Anwendungszentrum GmbH Oberpfaffenhofen (AZO). 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!

 

Space App Camp 2016 – initiated by ESA, Frascati, Italy

The Saturnalia team’s application provides an innovative platform for evaluating the quality of wine, benefitting the users as well as wine investors and distributors. The innovative application combines Sentinel data and meteorological data to provide the appropriate information to assess wine quality for its users.

 

Space App Camp 2015 – initiated by ESA, Frascati, Italy

GAIA: This app is proposing the use of satellite data for agriculture, matching areas of interest with possible diseases.
This would allow farmers to benefit from early warnings, for evaluating crops at risk.

Lukas Böhler, Pablo Garcia-Nieto Rodriguez, Pascal Weinberger, and John Zachilas

ESA App Camp 2014, Frascati, Italy

WaterSense: Using satellites for improving the exploitation of water resources
Brian Frølund, John Nielsen, Manuel Ciosici, and Mikkel Kringelbach

Space App Camp 2014, Noordwijk, the Netherlands

FieldSense: helping farmers visualise up-to-date crop health data
Brian Frølund, John Nielsen, Manuel Ciosici, and Mikkel Kringelbach

ESA App Camp 2013, Frascati, Italy

Thermal Guidance System uses satellite data to detect areas of high thermal updraft – rising air currents that are responsible for keeping the planes and gliders aloft.
Evangelos Georgiou, Ulf Küssner, Erik Unger, and Jip van Akker

ESA App Camp 2012, Frascati, Italy

ShareAware aims to interconnect people concerned about the environment to understand, learn about, be prepared for or react to various events or remote sensing results.
Stanislav Sumbera, Helge Staedtler, Ognen Ivanovski, and Hannah Kaufmann