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Galileo Masters Open for Submissions until 19 July 2021

Submit your innovative Satellite Navigation application to the Galileo Masters

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The Galileo Masters annually awards prizes to the best services, products, and business concepts that use satellite navigation in everyday life, spurring the development of respective market-driven applications. Open for submissions until 19 July 2021, the competition awards prizes to innovative solutions at each development stage, with the objective of turning them into real businesses. With more than EUR 785,000 worth of prizes, there is an opportunity for great minds to boost their business with Galileo/EGNOS. Read More!

The University of Edinburgh, as a Galileo Masters Regional Associate 2021 is proud to support the awarding of innovative solutions, developments and ideas that use satellite navigation data to tackle challenges faced by business and society.

The 2021 Galileo Masters offers participants a diverse range of topic-specific challenges to tackle global challenges with their competition entries. The competition’s partners, the European GNSS Agency (GSA), the German Aerospace Center (DLR), the German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI), the European Space Agency (ESA) and AZO – the organiser of the competition - have each set participants unique challenges, with individual prize pools designed to support the winner to further develop its solution.

Again this year, besides the topic-specific challenges, participants have also the opportunity to choose a regional or country-related Galileo Prize Partner – powered by the European Commission - who can best support their innovations. In addition, the Galileo Prize Partners award extra prizes to their winner. Discover more here!