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Win business support for satellite navigation ideas

07 April 2013

The 10th annual European Satellite Navigation Competition is now inviting ideas for services, products, and business innovations that use the technology.

The UK Space Agency is supporting the competition and sponsoring a prize, together with the Satellite Applications Catapult and the Technology Strategy Board, for the winning UK entrant.

Support for entrants is offered by the GNSS Research and Applications Centre of Excellence (GRACE) at the University of Nottingham. All UK entrants will also be eligible for free advice from business, legal and technical experts at one of the regional workshops planned in 2013.

The competition deadline for entries is June 30 2013.

The 2012 UK winning entry was from Peter Lilley and Charlie Davies for their project The Travel Time Platform - Time is More Valuable than Distance.

In 2008, a UK proposal - Real-Time Rescue - A personal GNSS tracker - won the overall competition for Peter Hall and Christin Edwards.

For more information about the competition, click here.

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