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Ocean Hackathon®: an ocean of data!

Research organisations and administrations collect large volumes of data to improve knowledge and support public policies. Ocean Hackathon® is an opportunity to explore the great potential of this data to address social, economic and environmental challenges.

Whether you are participating in San Francisco, Cape Town or Brest, you will have access to a variety of data sets to help you tacke the challenges and enrich the demonstrators. Organisers, national data providers and local data providers collect data at the small, global and regional scales. Some of the datasets you will have access to are not normally available for free.

During Ocean Hackathon®, data coaches from our data partners, will give you support to find the data and make the best use of it.

To help participants to find their way around in data: The Data Catalogue

Participants will be able to search for data, visualise it and access it!  The access to the Data Catalogue is open during Ocean Hackathon®.

To help participants use the data and give support to them: Tutorials and Coaches

The access to the tutorials and the Data Coach Centre during Ocean Hackathon® is possible in the Restricted Area.

Any question about data? A dedicated webinar in May 2021

Participants and challenge owners will be able to ask any question to the data providers during this webinar. More information coming soon.


The European Marine Observation and Data Network (EMODnet) is a network of organisations supported by the EU’s integrated maritime policy. These organisations work together to observe the sea, process the data according to international standards and make that information freely available as ...
French Office of Biodiversity
French Office of Biodiversity
The French Office for Biodiversity (OFB) is a public establishment dedicated to the protection and restoration of biodiversity in metropolitan France and overseas France, under the supervision of the Ministries of Ecological Transition and Agriculture and Food.
A pioneer in ocean science, IFREMER’s cutting-edge research is grounded in sustainable development and open science.
Our vision is to advance science, expertise and innovation to protect and restore the ocean, sustainably use marine resources to benefit society and create and share ocean ...
Météo-France is the national weather and climate service. Its primary mission is to ensure the meteorological safety of people and property. This is done by drawing up a weather vigilance map indicating dangerous phenomena, their consequences and the precautions to be taken to protect oneself. The ...
The ODATIS Ocean Cluster (Ocean Data Information and Services) is the entry point to access all the French Ocean observation data. Its aim is to promote and facilitate the use of Ocean observations sampled by way of in situ and remote sensing measurements. ODATIS contributes to describing, ...
The Shom, heir to the first official hydrographic service in the world (1720), is a public administrative establishment under the supervision of the French Ministry of the Armed Forces.
It is the public operator for maritime and coastal geographic information.
Campus mondial de la mer
Technopôle Brest-Iroise
525, Avenue Alexis de Rochon
29280 Plouzané
  • Brest Métropole
  • Région Bretagne
  • https://www.tech-brest-iroise.fr/
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