Galileo Masters Extends Registration & Submission Till July 6th


Due to COVID-19 and its negative effects on all of us and our life, Galileo decided to give participants of the #GalileoMasters extra time until 6 July, 11:59 am CEST to submit, complete, and polish up their #GNSS enabled solutions!

The innovation competition is scouting for the most forward‐thinking applications based on satellite navigation. It provides support for innovations at any development stage, with the ultimate aim of turning them into real business cases. In 2020, the prize pool is worth EUR 750,000.

Galileo offers free and open data information that can help monitor and potentially mitigate the impact of the coronavirus outbreak. Participants are encouraged to take this health crisis into account when submitting their innovation. Please also check the current Partner Challenges for the specific COVID19 topic. Stay healthy.

All innovators, such as companies, startups, students, research associates, non-university research & development institutions, and consortia, as well as individuals and teams, (minimum age of 18 years) from almost anywhere in the world are eligible to participate. Find out more here.

Galileo is looking for great minds like you to submit GNSS‐related innovations in areas such as pandemics, agriculture, healthcare, leisure, traffic management, and other rail, sea, air transport logistics – to name just a few. Take a look at all the current challenges and prizes!

  • Registrations & submissions has been extended until 30 June 6th of July,
  • Evaluation: July – September,
  • Announcements of challenge finalists: October & November,
  • Awards Ceremony: estimated, December 2020.

Where do you submit your innovation? Use the “Apply” page or button. Take a look at the Partner Challenges and Galileo Prizes first, which you then select in the database. Ideally: register now!

Visit the Galileo Masters website for further information.

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