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Ocean Hackathon®: an event, data and an international community

Ocean Hackathon® is 48 hours non-stop to develop a prototype in a team and to think about its use, using various digital data related to the sea. A call for challenges is launched a few months before the event to identify projects on which the teams will position themselves in each of the participating cities. At the end of the weekend, one team will be elected to take part in the international pitching competition at the end of 2021 in Brest and may win one of the prizes offered by our Ambassadors.

Since it was first launched in 2016, Ocean Hackathon® has brought together a new community around the ocean and digital environments. Originally based in Brest, it was extended in 2019 to other venues in France and beyond.

 

United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development

We are delighted to announce that Ocean Hackathon® 2021 has been endorsed as a Decade Activity by the United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development.

Ocean Decade website

 

Ocean Hackathon® is an initiative by Campus mondial de la mer which encourages sharing, the use of new digital technologies and an entrepreneurial spirit. The resultant projects enhance the value of marine and maritime data, often by repurposing it. Data providers focus their efforts on improving data accessibility and comprehension and are involved in coaching participants throughout the event.

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A look back at last year's edition

 

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Our 2021 Ambassadors

They perceive the sea as a field of innovation that must be appropriated but also made known and protected. They see in our approach a tool for the emergence of projects and the opportunity to create an international community whose source of inspiration is marine data.

They are national and international in scope, and some are data providers. They are by our side and reward the teams on the podium of the Grand Finale 2021. Thank you very much!

Cedre

Cedre

International experts in accidental water pollution, Cedre has five main activities: response support, contingency planning, training, analysis and testing and research. We are also a recognized resource centre.
EMODnet

EMODnet

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 interoperable data layers and data products.
French Maritime Cluster

French Maritime Cluster

Created in 2006, the French Maritime Cluster (CMF) brings together all the players in the maritime ecosystem, from industry to services and maritime activities of all kinds. Today it is made up of more than 430 entities: companies of all sizes, competitiveness clusters, federations and associations, laboratories and research centres, schools and training organisations, local authorities and economic players, as well as the French Navy.
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.
Ifremer

Ifremer

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 data, information & knowledge.
Le Village by CA

Le Village by CA

Startup accelerators in France.
Since 2014, we have been bringing together start-ups and partner companies to accelerate innovation and business through a unique network present throughout France and internationally. Supported by Crédit Agricole's Regional Banks, the Villages boost the local economy through their local support for innovation. Linked together, they multiply business opportunities for all stakeholders.
Meteo France

Meteo France

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 meteorological vigilance system is completed in mainland France by marine bulletins and avalanche risk assessment bulletins, and overseas by a cyclone watch and warning system.
Ministry for the Sea

Ministry for the Sea

The Ministry develops and implements the government's policy in the field of the sea in its various aspects, both national and international, in particular as regards the environment, the maritime economy, and maritime influence and influence.
Océanopolis Ocean Discovery Park

Océanopolis Ocean Discovery Park

Since 1990, Océanopolis has recounted the natural history of the oceans, with a mission of scientific mediation through pedagogy and creativity.
SHOM

SHOM

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.
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