Enter the European Space Imaging High-Res Urban Challenge to have a chance to become the Copernicus Master for 2015.
European Space Imaging is looking for ground-breaking urban innovations which incorporate satellite imagery. Submit your solution by 13 July for your chance to win a valuable data support package of VHR satellite imagery worth up to 20,000 EUR to develop your solution further. The prize data has 40 cm resolution and 8 spectral bands, more than eye can see.
European Space Agency (ESA) gives contenders the second chance to win through their support of the Copernicus Masters prize each year. The High-Res Urban Challenge winner automatically goes into the pre-selection to become the Copernicus Master for 2015!
“Winners not only have the opportunity to access a valuable commercial data package from European Space Imaging, they could also benefit from ongoing ESA incubator support to help commercialise their solution. This is what I call a win, win situation. “ says Michaela Neumann, Director Sales and Marketing at European Space Imaging.
Sign up now and complete by 13 July 2015!
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