Have you signed up for the Copernicus Masters Competition yet? (€ 450,000 worth of prizes up for grabs)

Join the Copernicus Masters Competition for EO Solutions

It is now less than 4 weeks until the end of the submission phase of the Copernicus Masters competition. Have you signed up yet?

The Copernicus Masters is a global innovation competition for commercial Earth observation applications and business use cases. The programme identifies and awards prizes to outstanding solutions, ideas, and business concepts that use Earth observation data to solve important social and commercial challenges. Big data produced by Earth observation satellites hold huge potential for the creation of innovative products and services. Copernicus Masters is offering you all the support you need to develop your awesome idea from ideation to a viable business.

The Copernicus Masters Competition Prizes
The infographic shows a range of benefits available to Copernicus winners.

You have until 30 June to submit your innovative Earth observation solution to the competition. With more than EUR 450,000 worth of prizes up for grabs across 8 challenges, there’s definitely an opportunity for you.

We recommend that you register now, even if you don’t have a completed idea yet. Registration is free and available to participants all around the world.

We wrote a more comprehensive article explaining the competition, the available challenges and the benefits. Learn more about the competition.

Register here.

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