Copernicus Masters 2019 - get ready to submit your innovative EO application!

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Organisation: Copernicus

About Copernicus Masters

The Copernicus Masters is an international competition that awards prizes to innovative solutions, developments and ideas for business and society based on Earth observation data. Big data produced by Earth observation holds huge potential for the creation of innovative products and services. A wide variety of industries and areas of public interest stand to profit from the advances of the Copernicus programme.

AZO launched the Copernicus Masters in 2011 on behalf of the European Space Agency (ESA) and with strong support of world-class partners as part of their mission to foster the User Uptake of Copernicus services. The Copernicus Masters has developed into the moving force promoting cutting-edge solutions. Annually, different prize categories tackle global challenges with revolutionary competition entries in the fields of deep learning, IoT, big data analytics, smart mobility and industry 4.0 – just to name a few.

Copernicus Masters 2019 opens for submissions on 1 April

Become the next Copernicus Masters and submit your innovative Earth observation application from 1 April!

Open to submissions from all over the world, the ninth edition of the Copernicus Masters will look for outstanding ideas, applications, and business concepts that use Earth observation data to solve important social and commercial challenges. Keep an eye on our Challenges from early March to discover the next set of challenges set by their world-class partners.

Webinar on how to participate

If you want to find out how to participate in the Copernicus Masters 2019, including an overview of the competition and the challenges, how to register on the database, and how to complete your submission. Following the presentation, you will have the opportunity to ask Florentyna Smith, the project manager of the competition, any questions you might have about participating. In the meantime, check out the Frequently Asked Questions.

The session will take place on 8 April at 13:00 CEST for 60 minutes.

Link to the Webinar session