On 4 December 2019, the “Space Oscars 2019” – the festive Awards Ceremony of the Copernicus Masters – took place in front of an international audience during the EU Space Week 2019 in Helsinki, Finland. 7 business cases and Challenge winners were recognised during the Awards Ceremony by high-ranking industry and institutional representatives, such as the European Space Agency (ESA), the European Commission, the German Aerospace Center (DLR), Airbus, Planet, BayWa AG, Astrosat Ltd., the German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) and AZO Anwendungszentrum GmbH Oberpfaffenhofen, the organiser.
ESA Copernicus 4.0 Challenge
ConstellR – Taking Our Planet’s Temperature During Climate Change submitted by Max Gulde, ConstellR, a spin-off from Fraunhofer EMI
DLR Environment, Energy & Health Challenge
ajuma UV-Bodyguard – Take Sun Protection to the Next Level submitted by Julian Meyer-Arnek, ajuma GmbH
Planet “See Change, Change the World” Challenge
Green City Watch – Measure the Quality of Urban Nature submitted by Nadinè Galle, Green City Watch
BayWa Smart Farming Challenge
Audili – Remote Soil Analysis submitted by Armin Schöpf, Audili OG
Airbus sobloo Multi-Data Challenge
remotIO-X – Retrieval of Motion and Potential Deformation Threats submitted by Matus Bakon, insar.sk Ltd.
BMVI Digital Transport Challenge
ERMES – Extensive Road Monitoring Early-Warning System submitted by Ricardo Cabral, THEIA
Social Entrepreneurship Challenge
Zuri – An AI-Enabled Platform for Monitoring and Regulating Farm Fires in India submitted by Abhilasha Purwar
COPERNICUS MASTERS WINNERS
Since 2011 almost 3,300 participants have submitted their innovative Earth observation solution for business and society to the Copernicus Masters. Many of the ideas submitted in previous years have been implemented and successfully launched into the market.
Browse through more than 100 past winners that have been awarded over the last nine years of the competition. You may set several filters.