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Dear Drone Enthusiast

An exciting new competition has been launched by the European GNSS Agency (GSA) that may be of interest to your association members/visitors.

The contest is called #MyGalileoDrone and is targeting the design and development of drone-based apps and services using a Galileo enabled receiver for positioning or navigation. It has a 1st prize of €100.000 and a total prize pool of 230K€.

The first milestone is to submit an idea by 31st August, that will then be developed in the next phases. The official news release tells you more. Everybody is also welcome to attend briefing webinar organised by the GSA on 17th August.

Links: 

https://www.gsa.europa.eu/mygalileodrone

https://www.gsa.europa.eu/newsroom/news/mygalileodrone-contest-open-submissions?fbclid=IwAR1cYf2jeitOp0qvU6qr8nXlW2DgDisQ-6wP7ixHTiojUpVMW_0LXX0y2tg

https://www.gsa.europa.eu/webinars

 

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