While completion of the Galileo constellation is still in progress – the launches of the last four Galileo satellites are scheduled for the end of 2020 – the European Space Agency (ESA) is looking ahead to the system’s second generation. The first ideas, first studies, and first technology developments started four years ago. The Galileo Masters is fostering the development of new business cases, service delivery and applications based on Galileo/EGNOS. This year’s edition incorporates the brand-new Galileo Prizes powered by the European Commission (EC). In addition, the Galileo Masters, Europe’s leading innovation competition dedicated to satellite navigation applications, is proud to present its world-class partners of the 2020 edition: The European GNSS Agency (GSA), the German Aerospace Center (DLR), and the German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI). Each is hosting their own topic-specific Galileo Masters Partner Challenge.
Click here to find out how to register or explore the entire press release here to find out more about the significance of the European Global Satellite Navigation System (GNSS) Galileo, the Galileo Masters and its benefits for participants! Entries open until 30 June 2020.