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Wednesday, July 21 • 11:00am - 1:30pm
ESIP Air Quality Cluster Hackathon

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Since the ESIP Winter meeting, the Air Quality Cluster has been hard at work developing several use cases for air quality data and tools. We are now ready to try developing some applications, and will be kicking off a competitive application development effort at our Summer Meeting session. Esri, an ESIP member, and the company behind ArcGIS, has generously offered us the use of the ArcGIS Online (AGOL) framework for this hackathon competition, providing accounts and credits to hackathon participants to support development activities for a full month. The objective is to develop AQ data visualization applications that will aid both citizens and local governments in decision making related to Air Quality issues.

Using the AQ Cluster's use case as a guide, we will form three core project teams that will compete to develop the best AQ visualization application. We will conduct preparatory work during the May and June AQC meetings, to help participants pre-register, set up AGOL accounts, and get briefed on using AGOL. At the Summer Meeting session, done remotely, we’ll break into teams. Each team will develop an application concept together an implementation plan. We'll come together at the end of the session, and each team will provide a brief report. At the August 26 AQ Cluster meeting, teams will present their application to a set of ESIP-selected judges with prizes awarded for most effective and most creative. A more complete description of the concept can be found at https://docs.google.com/document/d/19ajXwjepWzaXv0AKIXZqKnEW8nkJ7KmQC3rd1bwVuPk/edit?usp=sharing

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Organizers & Speakers
avatar for Curt Hammill

Curt Hammill

Account Manager, Esri
Esri Account Manager, responsible for helping NASA implement Geospatial Information Systems (GIS)-based workflows with Commercial-Off-the-Shelf software. Former U.S. Navy Captain, Nuclear Propulsion Engineer. 2011 MS in Geographic and Cartographic Sciences from George Mason University... Read More →
avatar for Beth Huffer

Beth Huffer

Information Systems Engineer, Lingua Logica
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Mike Little

CISTO, NASA
Computational Technology to support scientific investigations



Wednesday July 21, 2021 11:00am - 1:30pm EDT
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