This year’s online International Kick-off of the Galileo Masters and Copernicus Masters will take place with a webinar on 26 May highlighting how space data can support human lives, health and development. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet with high-level representatives from both competitions, along with stakeholders from the broader partner community of 121 organisations from 34 countries. Sounds interesting? Register now!
Every year the Galileo Masters and Copernicus Masters International Kick-off brings together representatives from key institutional and industrial players that shape the Galileo and Copernicus Masters – the biggest innovation eco-system of the European Space Programme.
This year is no different. In particular, the GSA’s Head of Market Development Fiammetta Diani and Marta Krywanis-Brzostowska, Head of Downstream R&D in the GSA Market Development Department, will be on hand at the webinar to give tips and guidance. The webinar will take place at 10:30-13:30 (CEST) on 26 May.
“The International Kick-off is an ideal opportunity to give impetus to your idea and find advice and help in taking it to the next level. So, if you are an innovator, start-up, SME, researcher, student, developer or just a space enthusiast, we look forward to welcoming you to our online event,” Diani said.
Ready for a challenge?
The 2020 edition of the Galileo Masters opened for submissions back in April and the GSA is sponsoring three challenges in this year’s competition. The Space for Being Safe and Healthy Challenge is looking for solutions that use downstream space data provided by Galileo, EGNOS and/or Copernicus to help stem the spread of COVID-19. Have an idea? Let us hear about it!
In its Space for Fun Challenge, the GSA is targeting solutions using data from Galileo and EGNOS in the gaming, sports, leisure and tourism markets. Covering a number of market segments, this challenge has a lot of scope for new ideas that need accurate and authenticated positioning information. Have an application in mind? Sign up here!
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Finally, the Space for our Planet Challenge, aims to tackle climate change and environmental degradation, which represent an existential threat in Europe and worldwide. Have an idea about how to save the planet? Let us know about it.
We look forward to welcoming you online on 26 May 2020!
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