NASA Space Apps COVID-19 Challenge Virtual Hackathon

The NSSA in collaboration with "Clever Play" company, which is licensed in the field of space by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), launch the NASA Space Apps COVID-19 Challenge Virtual Hackathon.
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NSSA Sat 1 Project Timeline

Details about NSSA Sat 1 project partners, team, mission purpose, project duration, timeline, satellite size and payload.
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‘Ground Station Components’ Workshop for government bodies

NSSA organized a 1-day workshop for government bodies which was conducted by experienced staff from Airbus Defense and Space, for an overview of ground station models, components, infrastructure requirements, major divisions, human resource requirements, operations and examples of earth observation ground stations in the region.
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Meeting the UKSA and leading companies in the space field

H.E. Eng. Kamal bin Ahmed Mohammed, Minister of Transportation and Telecommunications, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the National Space Science Agency headed the delegation of the Kingdom of Bahrain participating in the official visit to the United Kingdom, which was coordinated in cooperation with the UK Space Agency, following the Memorandum of Understanding signed by both parties on 11th of September 2019, to cooperate on civil space activities for their mutual benefit and considering the common interest in the use of space technology for peaceful purposes.
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Collaboration with ROPME and UOB on Oil Spill Detection Project

The National Space Science Agency in collaboration with the Regional Organization for the Protection of The Marine Environment (ROPME), based in Kuwait, Marine Emergency Mutual Aid Center (MEMAC), based in the Kingdom, Supreme Council for Environment (SCE), Supreme Council for Woman (SCW) and University of Bahrain (UOB) are working on a joint project titled “Automation Monitoring System for Oil Spill Detection in the Arabian Gulf.”
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Specialized Artificial Intelligence Workshop for NSSA Employees

In an attempt to keep pace with the fourth industrial revolution of the Kingdom, and in light of the government's approach to the necessity of employing artificial intelligence techniques and making optimal use of AI to develop business, the National Space Science Agency organize a 2-day workshop for its employees led by Engineer Mohamed Boualay titled “Artificial Intelligence Techniques and Python Software” in an attempt to potentially link artificial intelligence to their work and to apply it in the areas of space science and applications.
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