Below please find all winning ideas of the 2014 Copernicus Masters competition. All winners have been announced on 23 October.
Best Service Challenge
FireHub - A Space-Based Fire Management Hub, submitted by Dr Charalampos (Haris) Kontoes and Team from the National Observatory of Athens (NOA), Greece.
CyanoLakes - Cyanobacteria Public Info Service, submitted by Dr Mark Matthews and Team from CyanoLakes, South Africa.
ESA App Challenge
Fallen Trees - Storm Inventory Management App, submitted by Anders Wihlborg from The Code Company AB, Sweden.
DLR Energy & Environmental Challenge
Seagrass in HD - Global Seagrass Monitoring Initiative, submitted by Dimosthenis Traganos, Samuel Matthews and Team.
T-Systems Big Data Challenge
rasdaman - Science SQL on Petabyte Datacubes, submitted by Prof Dr Peter Baumann from the Jacobs University, Germany.
The European Space Imaging & Skybox Imaging High-Res Challenge
Nuclear Test Sight - Frequent global imagery for non-proliferation and disarmament, submitted by Tamara Patton from the Vienna Center for Disarmament and Non-Proliferation, Austria.
CloudEO Farming Challenge
FieldSense - Simple monitoring of crop health using satellite data, submitted by John Smedegaard and Team from Ceptu, Denmark.
Radar Constellation Challenge by Airbus Defence and Space & Hisdesat and Copernicus Master
PUNNET - Land Stability Monitoring & Mapping, submitted by Paul Bhatia and Team from PUNNET GEO / University of Nottingham, United Kingdom.
Transport and Logistics Challenge by Satellite Applications Catapult
Transport Sentry - "After-Event" Transport Infrastructure Scanning, submitted by Steve Lee and Team from Stevenson Astrosat Ltd, United Kingdom.