The Galileo Masters 2019 is now Closed
A total of 24 completed high quality entries were received for the UK Challenge this year (25% increase from last year)
A total of 35 completed high quality entries were received for the University Challenge this year.
Many thanks to all our supporters and sponsors and to everyone who entered.
Winners will be announced at the Galileo Masters Awards Ceremony, to be held in Helsinki on the 4th of December as part of EU Space Week!
GRACE is proud to announce its role as organiser of the UK Regional Challenge and co-organiser of the University Special Prize Challenge category.
Win your share of 1 million euros!
Each year the Galileo Masters (previously the European Satellite Navigation Competition) recognizes the best products, services, and innovations that leverage satellite navigation in our daily lives.
All you need to enter is a great idea that involves the use of satellite navigation technology.
To enter the competition visit: https://www.galileo-masters.eu/
UK Regional Challenge
We will be holding a series of presentations at various events, to promote the competition.
The UK Regional Challenge prizes: A cash sum of £1,000 and a business support package valued at £4,000. a hot desk in the UNIP space incubator (for 1 year) and a ticket to the Galileo Masters Awards ceremony with £500 towards travel costs.
We will be holding workshops to assist with entries for the University Challenge special prize. These workshops will show you what you need to apply, which other categories you could enter, and will offer the opportunity of a one to one with an expert to discuss your business idea in confidence.
Success brings international recognition
This year, the winners of the regional and special prizes that make up this world-class innovative competition, will share in prizes worth a total of 1 million euros. Each of their ideas will be assessed by a jury of international research and industry experts who will select the overall winner, who will be crowned Galileo Master to receive an additional 10,000 euros.
In addition, each of the prize winners will become part of a network of the world's leading innovation network in global satellite navigation systems (GNSS).