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The ESNC 2016 Is Going Into Extra Time: Score Your Success!

ESNC_picAs the organizers of the European Satellite Navigation Competition 2016 (ESNC) have received a great number of registrations, and the UEFA Euro 2016 games are becoming even more thrilling, they have decided to extend the ESNC submission database for another 10 days in order to enable you to submit, complete or improve your idea. Please finalise your submission by 09:00 am (CEST) Monday, 11 July 2016, and submit them at www.esnc.eu.

Make it happen – use the extra time to score your success and win your share of the ESNC prize pool worth approximately EUR 1 million! Apart from cash prizes, the ESNC offers business incubation and coaching, patent consulting, prototyping and marketing support, as well as access to customers and user communities.

Seize the moment to submit your pioneering idea to the leading Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) network now and become the champion of the European Satellite Navigation Competition.

Save the Date: 25-26 October 2016
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 2016. These joint state-of-the-art events are presenting the most innovative and exciting applications based on satellite navigation and Earth observation as well as the newest trends and developments for the commercial new space economy. Meet the ESNC’s high class partners, industry stakeholders, investors and like-minded people.

SpaceWatch Middle East wishes the ESNC competitors every success!

Original published at: http://spacewatchme.com/2016/07/esnc-2016-going-extra-time-score-success/

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