Atos reveals the 18 shortlisted teams of the 2022 Atos IT Challenge dedicated to space technologies

Paris, December 16, 2021

Atos today reveals the 18 shortlisted teams of its international student competition, the Atos IT Challenge, which is now running its 11th edition. This year's theme focuses on space technologies and satellite imagery.

This edition of the Atos IT Challenge has received applications from 20 countries – which makes it the most diverse edition of the contest to date, in terms of geographical representation.

The theme “To the Moon, to Mars, and to the Stars…” has been very inspiring for the applicants and truly tests their innovative capabilities. The collection of submitted ideas shows that there is a large variety of concepts related to space technologies which are yet to explored.

The 18 shortlisted teams, selected by a panel made up of members of the Atos Scientific Community, are:

 

Brazil

RiverEye – by Universidade de São Paulo / USP

 

Egypt

CAC – by Alexandria University

Maa – by The Knowledge Hub / Coventry University

 

France

Climarx – by Ecole Polytechnique

CRM platform serving the renewable energy sector – by Grenoble INP / Ensimag

Sargassum Detector – by Université d’Orléans

MyWay – by Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne

 

Germany

FAlert – by Technische Universität Berlin

 

Malaysia

Satiety – by Asia Pacific University

 

Morocco

MeltedFire – by Institut National des postes et télécommunications

 

The Netherlands

NoJam – by Hanzehogeschool

 

Senegal

LittoSat Sénégal – by CEDT / Le G15

 

Singapore

Lumø – by National University of Singapore

 

Spain

TerraSolutions – by Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

 

UAE

AGROS – by BITS Pilani Dubai

 

UK

RenAnalyst – by Loughborough University
Data analysis of pollution using satellite image data – by Loughborough University
RefugeeAwareness – by Loughborough University

 

In the next phase, each team will be assigned a mentor who will provide guidance and advice on how to build the proof of concept. The team will be required to build their application code to be tested by Atos Competency center in April 2022, ahead of a jury day where all projects will be pitched to down select the best teams. The finalists will then be chosen, and then a winner, which will be announced at the digital awards ceremony in July.

  • For more information about the contest, visit: https://www.atositchallenge.net
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