Galileo Masters Open for Submissions until 19 July 2021

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Submit your innovative idea to the Galileo Masters

Entries open on 19 April 2021. Submissions can demonstrate their innovative use of GNSS data across a wide variety of challenge topics. Register here!
The Galileo Masters awards prizes to services, applications and business cases that use Galileo and GNSS data to tackle important challenges faced by business and society. Well-known space stakeholders and regional and local Galileo Prize Partners co-funded by the European Commission are set to award prizes worth over EUR 785,000 in total. The main target group includes SMEs, startups, universities and individuals in the fields of business, research, and higher education, who are welcome to submit their application services and product solutions. 
The partners of the 2021 edition are the European GNSS Agency (GSA) with three challenges, the German Aerospace Center (DLR) together with the German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) and the European Space Agency (ESA). In addition, participants can choose from a variety of international Galileo Prizes, organised regionally and co-funded by the European Commission with up to EUR 10,000 each.
In addition, the Galileo Masters is complemented by the Galileo Incubation programme, co-funded by the European Commission to empower the transformation of great business cases into commercially viable solutions through a tailored business incubation programme. The top six winners of the Galileo Masters 2021 will gain access to this incubation prize of up to EUR 62,000 each if eligible.

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