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Copernicus Masters competition

July 13, 2016

Astrosat Issues Challenge to Innovators to Solve Earth-Bound Problems from Space

Astrosat, one of Europe's most consistently award-winning space services and management companies, is throwing open a challenge to space innovators everywhere to join in the international effort to realise the possibilities of space. The Edinburgh-based, internationally-operating specialist is putting out a call for organisations, private companies and individuals to join them in revolutionising the way

October 21, 2015

Munich Start-up Building Radar Wins Copernicus Masters Competition

Berlin, October 21, 2015 — Building Radar GmbH - providing a global, satellite-based online database for new construction projects - has just been named this year's overall winner of the international Earth observation competition Copernicus Masters. Founded in Munich by Paul Indinger, Leopold Neuerburg, and Artem Ostankov in 2014, the start-up came out on top in

October 24, 2014

Innovative Land Stability Service for the Exploration Industry Wins Copernicus Masters

BERLIN, Oct. 24, 2014—The first Earth observation service for extensive and uninterrupted coverage of land stability monitoring and mapping with millimetre-precision has been named the winner of this year's Copernicus Masters competition. This year's overall winners, Dr Andrew Sowter and Paul Bhatia from the University of Nottingham, have developed PUNNET - a novel procedure aiming