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Galileo Masters Idea of the Year

AZO Space of Innovation
Fields of Research: Communications Technologies, Computer Software
Tags: GNSS, Global Navigation Satellite System, Space, Navigation, Satellite, Galileo
Audience: Other, Businesses, Researchers, Students
Anticipated Funding: €15,000
Applications close: July 31, 2019
Last Updated: May 30, 2019 2:18 AM
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The Challenge

Do you have a new business idea based on GNSS? Do you aim to develop your idea into a commercial solution but have not started to implement it yet? Then the “Idea of the Year” is the right prize class for you!

EGNOS and Galileo are ready to use and market uptake is progressing fast. Yet there is still great potential for innovative solutions where location plays a key role in many market segments. Powered by GSA, the Galileo Masters 2019 “Idea of the Year” class is looking for breakthrough solutions that focus on using EGNSS and Galileo in any application field.

Take the opportunity to become the Galileo Masters “Idea of the Year” champion to promote your idea and gain access to a leading global business network, which can help you to implement your idea.

Eligibility Criteria

You are eligible for this prize class if your idea meets the following criteria: 

Mandatory

  • GNSS-related business idea
  • Development status of your idea: you have not yet started to implement your idea

Target Groups

  • Individuals (e.g. students, scientists, employees)
  • Teams (from universities, research institutes, public institutions, companies)
  • Universities, research institutes, public institutions, companies of all sizes

Terms and conditions

For complete details on the terms and conditions that govern the Galileo Masters Idea of the Year please refer to the website.

How to apply

To submit an application to the Galileo Masters Idea of the Year please refer to the website.

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