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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.

Wherever you participate in the world, 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.

 

Data Webinar "Prepare your Ocean Hackathon®" on 19 May

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To help the participants to find their way around in data: The Ocean Hackathon® Data Catalogue

Participants are 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

All data tutorial and available resources are centralized in a private space of the Ocean Hackathon® website that is open during the event.

Data coaches are available on-site and remotely to assist teams. A on-line Data Coach Centre facilitates contact between coaches and participants.

Cedre

Cedre

French State-approved association with an expertise in accidental water pollution. Cedre has been operating in France and abroad for nearly 40 years. Cedre has five main activities: response support, contingency planning, training, analysis and testing and research. Cedre is are also a recognized resource centre.
Cerema

Cerema

Cerema is the major French public agency for developing and capitalising on public expertise in the fields of planning, regional cohesion, and ecological and energy transition. Cerema will provide data on maritime traffic.
Copernicus Marine Service

Copernicus Marine Service

The Copernicus Marine Service (CMEMS) is dedicated to ocean observation, monitoring and forecasting. It provides free, open, regular and systematic reference information on the blue (physical), white (sea ice), and green (biogeochemical) ocean state, variability and dynamics across the global ocean and European regional seas.
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 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.
Groupement Bretagne Télédétection (BreTel)

Groupement Bretagne Télédétection (BreTel)

The Groupement Bretagne Télédétection (BreTel) is a regional structure that aims to promote and support the development and use of space technologies and applications in Brittany. BreTel animates, federates, supports and promotes the regional space ecosystem, including public and private actors of research, economic development, training, and usages.
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.
INDIGEO

INDIGEO

Indigeo is a Spatial Data Infrastructure implemented by LETG Research Unit (CNRS) and Brest Marine European Institute (IUEM). It offers various services for the dissemination, cataloging and visualization of geographic data and time series. During the event, Indigeo provides a geoCMS viewer which offers the possibility of finding, organizing, visualizing and query spatial data. It also proposes to save maps and share or embed them into web pages useful to prototype web application.
Le Havre University

Le Havre University

The LITIS Computer Sciences Laboratory of University Le Havre Normandie carries out research dealing with information processing, real-time data, internet of things, graph, network and blockchains with application domains around logistics and maritime traffic. Through its partneship with AISHub, the University of Le Havre gives access to AIS vessel tracking data at a global scale.
MERCATOR OCEAN INTERNATIONAL

MERCATOR OCEAN INTERNATIONAL

Mercator Ocean International is a non-profit company providing ocean science-based services focused on the conservation and the sustainable use of the oceans, seas and marine resources. Mercator Ocean implements the Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service as part of the European Earth Observation programme Copernicus.
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.
ODATIS

ODATIS

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, quantifying and understanding the ocean as a whole — offshore and coastal.
PatriNat - French Centre of expertise and data on nature

PatriNat - French Centre of expertise and data on nature

Since January 2017, the Joint Service Unit “Natural Heritage” has been carrying out expert and knowledge management missions for its three supervisory bodies, which are The Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle (MNHN - French National Natural History Museum), the French Biodiversity Agency (OFB) and the National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS).
Its objective is to provide expertise based on the collection and analysis of biodiversity and geodiversity data present on French territory and on the mastery and contribution of new knowledge in ecology, evolutionary sciences and anthropology. This expertise, based on a scientific approach, should help to raise questions and propose answers to improve public policies on biodiversity, geodiversity and their relationships with societies and humans.
Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique

Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique

Created in France in 2005 and firmly established in Bretagne - Pays de la Loire, bringing together over 400 players consisting of major companies, SMEs, research bodies and higher education establishments, the Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique cluster contributes to the economic development of France’s marine and maritime sector. Pôle Mer aims to stimulate and support collaborative projects, involving both companies and research labs, in the development of innovative products and services, which will make the difference on international markets. Since its creation, the Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique has supported and certified 463 innovative projects for 1,15 billion € of R&D.
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.
SIMM

SIMM

The marine environment information system is dedicated to give access to data produced to answer to public policies. Its catalog concern data about marine protected areas (MPA), marine monitoring network and marine-related economic and social activities.
WEkEO

WEkEO

WEkEO is the EU's Copernicus DIAS (Data and Information Access Service) reference service for environmental data, virtual environments for data processing and skilled user support. WEkEO DIAS Service is implemented by EUMETSAT, ECMWF, EEA, and MERCATOR OCEAN INTERNATIONAL
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