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Information on the Copernicus Masters – The European Earth Monitoring Competition

the European Earth Monitoring Competition 2013 is now open for submissions – with further industry leaders as partners and a prize pool worth well over EUR 350,000.

The Copernicus Masters innovation competition (previously known as GMES Masters) was initiated 2011 by the European Space Agency (ESA), the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs, the German Aerospace Center (DLR), and T-Systems with endorsement of the European Commission. It is also supported by European Space Imaging GmbH and Astrium Services. In 2013, the BMW Group Research and Technology and GEO magazine have joined the competition as new supporting partners. The Copernicus Masters invites researchers, developers, entrepreneurs, and students to submit ideas for innovative, market-oriented applications based on the use of GMES based Earth observation data between 1 June and 15 September 2013

All information is also available at the competition website If you have any questions or require any further information please contact