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The Sentinel-2 satellite will provide systematic global acquisitions of high-resolution multispectral imagery for Europe's Copernicus program.

Entries are being accepted by the European Space Agency’s Copernicus Masters competition for ideas in nine categories on how Earth observation data can benefit business and society.

The Copernicus Masters—previously known as the GMES Masters—rewards the best ideas for services, business cases and applications based on satellite Earth observation data. With a prize pool of €350,000 in cash prizes, technical support, data packages and business incubation, the competition aims to foster product development and entrepreneurship in Europe.

Participants in the competition can choose from nine challenges, covering topics such as environmental monitoring, cloud computing and mobile services as well as the innovative use of radar and high-resolution satellite imagery.

Image courtesy of European Space Agency/P. Caril.

Learn more about the Copernicus competition.

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