How can you benefit from satellite technology? We are already familiar with the fact that a lot of today’s applications like car navigation, live television, climate research, sports applications, and many more involves this type of technology. In search for improvement and innovative ideas you now have the chance to submit your idea based on satellite navigation.
The European Satellite Navigation Competition (ESNC) seeks out people who are creative and ambitious. People who are not scared to take a step further and think out of the box. The ESNC is an annual competition for innovative ideas that recognizes the best ones in the field of satellite navigation.
The competition heightens the exposure and credibility of the participants’
innovations on a global level while establishing links to the world of business.
So what are you waiting for? Join the competition, submit your ideas and win prizes. This competition isn’t rocket science, you only need a creative mind and enthusiasm!
The winner of the Netherlands region will receive an incubation package sponsored by the Netherlands Space Office, the Space Business Incubation Center Noordwijk, CGI, NLR, Verhaert Masters in Innovation, Zirkzee Group, and Haseltine Lake at the European Space Innovation Centre in Noordwijk. The prize pool is valued in a total of 16,000 euros. This includes:
Choose your region, in this case for you it would be The Netherlands.
Then submit your idea for your regional prize, and also for a Special Prize (optional). Special prizes are partnered with institutional and research partners who search for innovative ideas and solutions designated to their specific needs related with satellite navigation.
So the steps are quite simple.
You can apply anytime from the 1 st of April to the 30 th of June. Then click the prize you are interested in winning, from regional to special. Submit your idea and then you will have the chance to win prizes and launch your business!
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