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Galileo Masters Startup of the Year (closed)

AZO Space of Innovation
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Fields of Research: Communications Technologies, Computer Software
Tags: GNSS, Global Navigation Satellite System, Space, Navigation, Satellite
Audience: Start-Ups
Anticipated Funding: €15,000
Applications close: July 31, 2019
Last Updated: August 1, 2019 11:41 PM
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The Challenge

Are you a startup working on a GNSS-enabled solution or idea? Do you have a clear roadmap of how to develop it further to achieve commercial success? Then this is the right prize class for you!

Becoming the Galileo Masters 2019 “Startup of the Year” is a unique opportunity for you to gain visibility and meet key investors, partners and policymakers from all over Europe, who can have a vital impact on helping your startup achieve its full potential.

Powered by GSA, this class will identify and support the startup with the most promising and innovative downstream application emerging from GNSS. The “Startup of the Year” will be selected from among all of the complete entries for the startup class of the Galileo Masters 2019.

Eligibility Criteria

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


  • Startup (1 - 3 years)
  • GNSS-related product or implementation of product idea
  • Description of your development status


  • Number of employees
  • Business Plan
  • Annual turnover

Terms and Conditions

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

How to Apply

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

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The Australian Research Council
ACT Government
Australian Access Federation
Australian National University
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University of Canberra
University of Technology Sydney
Western Sydney University