MyGalileoApp

Do you have an application idea?
Do you have what it takes to win 100,000 €
to develop your app?

COMPETITION AIMS

Design, develop, test and commercially launch a mobile application able to provide a position and/or time fix by using Galileo-enabled smartphone. Submit your idea before 28 March 2019, at 23:59 CET.

The app should operate in both Android and IOS environments.

Please make sure you read the Terms of reference here for requirements specifications and duly complete all the forms before submitting your application.
A clarification note is available here.

AWARD CRITERIA

The following criteria will be considered for the assessment of the projects along the four steps of the contest: 

Innovation
Market potential
Galileo-relevance
Technical feasibility


    Smart Navigation and Info-tainment
    Smartphone GNSS apps in this area contribute to the reduction of congestion while implementing faster, greener and more efficient transportation options, providing real-time data on time schedules, traffic conditions, optimised routes, social events and touristic data.
    Augmented Reality and Games
    The integration of positioning with virtual information allows the development of pinpoint services, which can be used for gaming, commerce, archaeology, construction and education.
    Geo-marketing and Advertising
    Consumer preferences are combined with positioning data to provide exceptionally personalised offers to potential customers.
    Fitness, Sport and mHealth
    Fitness and mHealth applications rely on GNSS - in addition to other sensors - to monitor users’ physical performance.
    Enterprise Applications
    GNSS-based tracking solutions contribute to improving productivity and safety of workers through mobile workforce management solutions.
    Social Networking
    The location of people is a relevant information around which develop specific services in social networks.
    Mapping, GIS and Agriculture
    The enhanced processing power of modern smartphones, their portability and the location capabilities make them very suitable to develop Geographic Information System (GIS) applications, to geotag photos and to create crowd-sourced maps.
    Automated Mobility (all transport modes)
    GNSS supports safe implementation of automated mobility in cooperative/connected cars, short-sea shipping and inland waterways vessels, goods transportation, air taxis and light rail systems in urban public transport.
    Aviation
    Pilot information applications can use GNSS position to deliver custom weather reports, interactive maps, logging flight data or waypoints, and tracking the flight for professional, leisure or training purposes.
    Drones
    In addition to flight control applications, mobile apps for drones can use GNSS to plan, record and track the flight, provide fly/no-fly area maps and support geo awareness, weather reporting in the flight area, and facilitate communication with other drone pilots and drone integration in the airspace.
    Finance
    GNSS data can be used for time-stamping functions to log and validate events including mobile payments, bank transactions and stock exchanges trades.
    22 January 2019
    Announcement of the Competition
    11 February 2019
    1st Webinar
    The webinar is now available here to view and share!
    5 March 2019
    28 March 2019
    Proposal Step 1 Submission Deadline
    15 April 2019
    Announcement of Selected Teams to Proceed to Development Phase M1
    20 June 2019
    App Development Phase M1 End – Submission / Review of Beta Versions
    4 July 2019
    Announcement of Selected Teams to Proceed to Development Phase M2
    31 August 2019
    App Development Phase M2
    September 2019
    Competition Final
    Team: 
    Team 1
    Team 2
    Team 3
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    #ProductDevelopment #InnovationManagement

    #GNSS #Rawmeasurements #SignalProcessing 

    #GNSS #RawMeasurements #Localisation

    #Strategy #Businessmodel #Fundraising

    Updated: Feb 21, 2019