GNSS.asia Challenge 2017 - Now Open!

 

Do you have an innovative service, product or business case based on GNSS? Then the GNSS.asia Challenge might be something for you! In cooperation with the European Satellite Navigation Competition, GNSS.asia is organising the third edition of the GNSS.asia Challenge, an exciting GNSS prize challenge.

Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) technologies are already an integral part of our everyday lives - and the market is growing fast. GNSS technologies offer a myriad of uses and enable countless applications, from Location-Based Services (LBS), to road applications, maritime solutions or technologies for infrastructure management. Organised in cooperation with the European Satellite Navigation Competition (ESNC), the GNSS.asia Challenge offers participants from across Asia-Pacific the opportunity to share their innovative (multi-)GNSS-based service, product or business innovation, and compete for a share of an impressive prize pool. 

Launch your business with the GNSS.asia Challenge

The Challenge is open to all Asia-Pacific participants with an innovative service, product or business case based on GNSS. Finalists of the GNSS.asia Challenge are entitled to an impressive prize pool, including a travel grant to the Award Ceremony at the MGA conference, a presentation opportunity at the GNSS.asia Industry Seminar, free business coaching from renowned GNSS experts and the opportunity to meet GNSS industry partners from Asia and Europe. In addition, Participants to the GNSS.asia Challenge are automatically in the running for the ESNC grand prize of EUR 20,000.

Sign up now

Register now at the secure online database and take your chance to win your share of the EUR 1 million prize pool of the ESNC. Fill-in the submission form and convince the jury with your business case! 

Find our more at www.gnss.asia/challenge or at the ESNC website!

 

 

GNSS.asia is funded by the European Union within Horizon 2020, the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, under grant agreement no 641615.