July 2014
Monitoring Water Quality Down Under

Former Copernicus Masters competition winner EOMAP has launched a new web-based application that provides daily maps of Australia's coastal water quality ...

July 2014
European Space Imaging can now process 40 cm imagery from WorldView satellites

As the pixels are smaller, an image at 40 cm is clearly smoother and with more visible information. The image exposes more detail which makes it easier to differentiate between objects ...

July 2014
CloudEO partners with former Copernicus Masters winner Eomap

EOMAP, winner of the T-Systems Cloud Computing Challenge 2013, has launched its Web Store where clients have direct access to global water quality and bathymetric data products derived from satellite imagery ...

July 2014
Satellite Applications Catapult Operates one of the UK's Latest National Satellites

It will gain data for both commercial and scientific use, such as: monitoring the maritime and shipping environment, monitoring man's impact on the Earth, and providing in-situ measurements ...



The Awards Ceremony and complementing Satellite Masters Conference.

Since 2011, the annual Copernicus Masters competition is awarding prizes to innovative solutions for business and society based on Earth observation data. In the 2014 Copernicus Masters competition, participants could choose from various topic specific challenges. Submission was possible from 15 April to 20 July 2014, all completed proposals are undergoing evaluation at the moment.

With the ideas database now closed, the competition is entering its evaluation phase. International experts from industry, research, and politics are entrusted with evaluating the ideas submitted and will assess all complete entries against a number of criteria. All winners will be in the running for the grand prize of EUR 20,000 ...



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