As the global tech focus turns towards space, the UK Space Agency has launched their second SateLife challenge. Offering young people expert advice for their ideas of how satellites could improve life on Earth and a share of a £50,000 prize!
The SateLife Challenge, now in its second year, is looking for innovative proposals from those aged 11 to 22 which have the potential to use data collected from space to benefit our economy, health or the environment. Ideas from last year’s competition ranged from solutions to help increase the survival rate of heart attack victims by using GPS trackers in fitness devices, to an app that warns people about impending natural disasters, guides them safely away and alerts emergency services.
To find out more about the SateLife challenge and how your students can enter click here >