[SpaceProgram] You’ve been selected as Space Apps 2016 Top 25 People’s Choice: cress.space – a growing community

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Mon May 9 22:42:20 CEST 2016

You’ve been selected as Space Apps 2016 Top 25 People’s Choice: cress.space
– a growing community

Of the 161 People’s Choice nominations of NASA’s Space Apps Challenge this
year, our Stuttgart’s cress.space project rose to the top. The NASA jury
loved your „creative interpretation of the challenge“ and informed us about
their nomintation.

Congratulations Team cress.space!!!!

The cress.space team worked hard during the 48h hackathon to create
autonomous farming, through machine learning on basis on collaborative
gaming for off-earth as well as on-earth applications.
For achieving this, they set-up a demonstrator green-house that will be
used as the baseline farming hardware for our game.

Voting for the People’s Choice Top 25 semi-finalists will begin Monday, May
9th at 2 p.m. Eastern and will be open through Sunday, May 15th at 2 p.m.
Eastern. At this time, Space Apps will take a break to verify the votes
before moving forward with the Top 5 finalists, which will be open for
votes the following week.

How Voting Works:

1. Voting will take place on a special ballot page:
2. The awards page will display the Leaderboard + all the other nominees:
3. Citizens who already have an account on SpaceAppsChallenge.org can vote.
Others will need to sign up for an account.


If you like this growing community, fork our open-source code on github and
start growing your own plants in your very own green-house, and please also
consider voting for the team. The team that makes it to the end will
receive invitations to attend a launch, most likely in September at the
Kennedy Space Center.

For more information about all 3 projects teams worked on, visit the Space
Apps Stuttgart 2016 location page. There is even one more runner for the
global nomination to be hopefully revealed.

Thanks so much for taking part in Space Apps 2016!!

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