Copernicus and Galileo Masters 2021 Deadline

 Copernicus and Galileo Masters 2021 Deadline

The extended deadline for the 2021 Copernicus and Galileo Masters competitions is today, 21 July 2021! Make sure to finish your application before midnight CET!

Copernicus Masters 2021

The Copernicus Masters is the global innovation competition to foster the user uptake of Copernicus applications. It was launched in 2011 on behalf of the European Space Agency (ESA) with strong support from the European Commission and world-class partners from industry and governmental institutions. The success reached by previous winners has demonstrated the Copernicus Masters’ ability to boost the development of businesses in the downstream sector of Earth Observation data. Many domains of society benefit from these innovations, from city planning to agriculture, ecosystem preservation and sustainable energy.

With a total prize pool of EUR 835,000 in 2021, the Copernicus Masters awards innovators are a great showcase of the benefits of Copernicus services to all of us!

Learn more about the Copernicus Masters 2021 competition here

Galileo Masters 2021

The Galileo Masters is a global competition that supports the transformation of technological advancements, driven by Satellite Navigation into successful society-oriented applications. Its global network provides the best cases with multifold support and helps them evolve both technologically and commercially. The fundamental mission of this competition is to encourage innovators and motivate them to develop market-driven applications that use Satellite Navigation technologies in everyday life.

Galileo Masters awards the most forward-thinking solutions with an overall prize pool of EUR 830,000. This includes cash and in-kind prizes supporting the further development of the winning solutions, such as incubation services, business support, marketing support, concept validation, technical support and many more. The overall Galileo Masters winner gets another EUR 10,000 cash prize.

Learn more about the Galileo Masters 2021 competition here

Remco Timmermans

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