ESNC and Copernicus Masters Information Session

 

Address:

Online Webinar

Start:

13/06/2017 - 9:30 am

End:

13/06/2017 - 10:30 am

Find out how you could launch your business or grow your company by entering the leading European innovation competitions for satellite applications.

Both competitions are open now and close for entries on 30 June 2017.

The competitions offer:

  • Cash prizes
  • Business support through two Accelerator programmes
  • Access to a large European network to open up new opportunities
  • Publicity

All business support is tailored to your requirements to help accelerate the development of your product or service.

This webinar will give you an:

  • Overview of the European Satellite Navigation Competition and the Copernicus Masters and prizes
  • Guidance on completing the application forms using the example of the UK region of the ESNC and the Catapult Copernicus Masters Sustainable Living Challenges
  • Examples of previous successful applications

Agenda

09:30 – 10:00 Competition overviews

10:00 – 10:30 Q&A

About the Competitions

European Satellite Navigation Competition. Looking for new business ideas in the application of satellite positioning and navigation technology across any sector.  Entry is via the geographic region most relevant to your business. You can be at any stage in your business development from an early-stage idea, a working prototype or a market-ready product or service.

Copernicus Masters.  Looking for new ideas in the application of satellite imagery (Earth observation data) to deliver new products and services across all sectors.  The competition is structured around a series of Challenges.

Registration

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