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Welcome to  GRACE 

GRACE, Nottingham Geospatial Institute’s business engagement unit, assists organisations, businesses, start-ups and individuals to take advantage of satellite navigation, positioning, geospatial and location based technologies. We provide services that include technical and business consultancy, training and education, testing and validation, as well as knowledge exchange and technology transfer.
 

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Competition to uncover space entrepreneurs of tomorrow

Description
Young people (11-22) have the chance to win £10,000 in a competition to come up with ideas on how to use satellite data to improve life on Earth.
Date:
02/02/2017

Vidal Ashkenazi

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We are pleased to share the good news that Prof. Vidal Ashkenazi (the founding Director of Nottingham Geospatial Institute formerly the Institute of Engineering Surveying and Space Geodesy) has been awarded an OBE.
Date:
09/01/2017

The Copernicus Effect

Description
The European Commission recently released its first Copernicus Market Report, which predicts that by 2020 the programme will have created 28,000 jobs and provided EUR 13.5 billion worth of direct economic benefit.
Date:
06/01/2017

How to access raw GNSS data on smartphones - Lukasz

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Dr Lukasz Bonenberg explains how raw GNSS data can be accessed through smartphones
Date:
01/12/2016

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Events

Galileo Hackathon 15-17 May

Date
15 - 17/05/2017
Description
Are you a passionate coder with an enthusiasm for shaping the future of LBS and Geo-IoT? Register and show off your coding skills at Galileo Hackathon, this 15 - 17 May!

infoShare 2017

Date
17 - 19/05/2017
Description
infoShare is where you can share your story and make your ideas happen.

SMARTIES Entrepreneurship competition

Date
14/08/2017
Description
How can we help cities work together to be more sustainable, more livable and more resilient? The SMARTIES Entrepreneurship competition is your opportunity to create an application that serves some aspect of the OpenCitySmart design and uses NASA's open source virtual globe technology, Web World Wind. Prizes: 1st - £2500, 2nd - £1500, 3rd - £1000

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