Call for Proposals: ESA Copernicus 4.0 Challenge

The ESA Copernicus 4.0 Challenge is looking for solutions that reflect the upcoming “golden era” in Earth Observation by demonstrating how new trends in EO can work together with the traditional EO satellites.
Applications are closed

Copernicus 4.0 will rely on a combination of large and traditional satellites with SmallSats. Constellations of NanoSats, HAPS (High Altitude Platform Stations) and drones are certain to become important contributors of EO data, complementing the more traditional fleet of the Copernicus Sentinels and Contributing Missions. In addition, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Data Analytics, Internet of Things, Machine Learning and Cloud Computing will become the new challenge in software tools, indispensable when handling and analysing the massive flow of data coming from this new generation of EO sensors. The most compelling solutions to this challenge will clearly demonstrate the benefits for user communities and the technical challenges.

Submissions are welcome in any application field, including:

  • Smart Cities
  • Transport and Mobility
  • Health
  • Tourism/Leisure
  • Agriculture
  • Security

The ESA Copernicus 4.0 Challenge aims to increase the exposure and understanding of Earth observation data in the software domain (AI, IoT and Machine Learning, Cloud Computing and Data Analytics), as well as the hardware domain (HAPS, nanosats, smallsats). Those tasked with evaluating the submissions to this challenge will therefore focus on the potential for technological feasibility, rather than its maturity.

Dateline for submission: 30 June 2019
 
Right to Participate
 
Enterprises, scientific institutions, and individuals of legal adult age are entitled to participate in the Copernicus Masters 2019. Applications will be accepted from anywhere in the world.
 
Source: Copernicus Masters Challenges
 

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