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July 5, 2016
European Satellite Navigation Competition – Extended Submission Phase

The submission phase for the ESNC 2016 is going into extra time. Interested participants have the chance to submit, complete or improve their ideas until 09:00 am (CEST) Monday, 11 July 2016 at

As the larges GNSS-related innovation network, the annual ESNC rewards the best services, products, and business cases that use satellite navigation in everyday life. In the 2016 edition, more than 30 prizes will be awarded by global partner regions and key institutional stakeholders. This adds up to a prize pool worth about EUR 1 million - including cash prizes, business incubation and coaching, patent consulting, prototyping and marketing support, as well as access to customers and user communities.

Furthermore, all ESNC winners will receive tickets and accommodation to attend the festive Awards Ceremony to be held for the first time ever in Madrid, Spain, on 25 October 2016, followed by the third Satellite Masters Conference on 26 October. These joint state-of-the-art events are presenting cutting-edge space applications based on satellite navigation and Earth observation as well as the current trends and developments for the commercial new space economy.

The official website,, offers all the relevant information on the prizes, partners, and terms of participation involved in the ESNC.

AZO - an experienced organiser
AZO (Anwendungszentrum GmbH Oberpfaffenhofen) has been organising the ESNC in close cooperation with an international network of research, industry, and regional entities since 2004. By leveraging its extensive experience as a specialist in building and maintaining global innovation networks and organising related competitions, AZO supports product innovations and the creation of new companies, primarily in the field of commercial aerospace applications.

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