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      • Concours Copernicus Masters. Prolongation jusqu'au 6 juillet.

      • Le concours est ouvert aux PME, startups, universités et aux particuliers.
      • Le concours est organisé par l’ESA (European Space Agency) et a pour objectif de promouvoir l’utilisation de données OT (observation de la terre) du programme européen Copernicus.

        Les contributeurs soumettront leur application ou service OT innovant à l’un des 9 challenges proposés par les partenaires internationaux du concours. Les challenges proposent de relever d’importants défis environnementaux et sociétaux (changement climatique, sécurité alimentaire, approvisionnement en eau, …).

        Pour participer ?

        Les 9 challenges

        1.    ESA Digital Twin Earth (DTE) Challenge
        ESA seeks to stimulate applications which combine AI and Big Data from Copernicus Sentinels and EO data to provide forecasting on the impact of climate change and responding to societal challenges.

        2.    DLR Environment, Energy & Health Challenge
        DLR is looking for innovative solutions that use Earth observation (EO) data to support sustainable management of our limited natural resources and foster human well-being.

        3.    Copernicus Masters Planet Challenge 2020. Planet "See Change, Change the World" Challenge
        Planet is looking for new ways to help solve climate and environmental challenges through the use of daily satellite imagery, tools and analytics.

        4.    BayWa Smart Farming Challenge
        BayWa is looking for innovative solutions that use new technologies, ideas and products to support sustainable agriculture and horticulture.

        5.     Airbus sobloo Multi-Data Challenge
        Airbus Defence and Space together with sobloo are looking for solutions that use both Copernicus and Airbus EO data to deliver new services and/or applications that provide insight and have impact on areas like Natural Resources Consumption, Agriculture, Forestry, Maritime, Defence & Security and Smart Cities.

        6.    German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure. BMVI Digital Transport Challenge
        BMVI is looking for solutions that use Copernicus data to solve major challenges faced by transport systems today.

        7.    EU Space data for new Business Applications
        The EU Space data for new Business Applications is looking for solutions that have the potential to stimulate new commercial incentives in “established” markets and open up business opportunities to startups.

        8.    EU Space data for „Blue Economy“
        The EU Space data for “Blue Economy” Challenge is looking for solutions that have the potential to stimulate new markets and to contribute to environmental protection related to the so-called “Blue Economy”.

        9.    University Challenge
        The University Challenge is looking for students and research associates to compete for the chance to transform their bright ideas into successful commercial ventures.

      • Publié le 01/07/2020

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