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  • 1.
  • 2. Mission
    • enhancing public awareness of the manifold application potential of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS)
    • 3. promoting the use of the technology for new fields of application.
    • 4. supporting entrepreneurs and start-up companies
    • 5. cross-regional match-making between industry, research and politics to foster the realisation of the awarded ideas
    • 6. strengthening international collaboration with particular regard to the development of applications and services made possible by the future European satellite navigation system Galileo
  • Global Partner Regions 2010
  • 7. Competition Schedule
  • 8. ESNC Outreachand Promotion
    The ESNC isorientedtowards :
    • Start-upcompanies
    • 9. Small and medium sizedcompanies
    • 10. Developers in large companies
    • 11. Research associatesandotheruniversitystaff
    • 12. Students
    • 13. Private researchers
  • Special Topic Prizes 2011
    European GNSS Agency (GSA):
    The most promising EGNOS application idea
    European Space Agency (ESA):
    ESA Innovation Prize
    German Aerospace Center (DLR):
    Augmented Navigation everywhere
    NAVTEQ:
    Mobile Enterprise Solutions
    Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI):
    GNSS WAVE/DSRC Innovative Prototyping – Connected Car
    GNSS Living Lab Prize
    ESNC University Challenge
  • 14. Evaluation Process
  • 15. Results 2010
    357 participants from 44 countries
  • 16. The GNSS Market
  • 17. ESNC Application Fields
  • 18. The Results 2010
  • 19. GALILEO Master 2010
    Wikitude Drive – Augmented Reality Navigation
    The worlds first fully functional mobile Augmented Reality navigation system with global maps. It superimposes directions onto a smartphone’s live video stream of the driver’s surroundings, he or she can easily recognise and follow the suggested route. Instead of an abstract map, the driver looks at the real world and can simply follow a line.
  • 20. The Results 2010
  • 21. The Results 2010 – Mass Market
    Parking Dialogue – The Mobile Application for Carefree Parking
    Park your car, take your smartphone, start the application, and stop it when you drive away. Forget about finding and filling the parking meter.
    Parking Dialogue, uses location coordinates to identify the parking area and the details related to it. Moreover, all parking providers are available in the application. A simple click is all that is necessary to start and end a parking session.
  • 22. The Results 2010
  • 23. The Results 2010 - Professional
    Agrista –
    An online technology platform that minimises the risk of funding agricultural projects
    Online platform that uses remote sensing data to support farmers in gaining access to investors. This use of satellite data in a GMES core service area reduces the risk of funding agricultural projects, thus making more funds available to farmers and increasing food production levels - especially in emerging markets.
  • 24. The Results 2010
  • 25. The Results 2010 – Safety of Life
    DAGObert:
    DAngerous GOods Coordination Through Location-Based Road Traffic Management
    DAGObert uses GNSS geofences to define sensitive route sections. Hazardous goods lorries are automatically located and identified upon entering these sections. The system then transmits a location-based directive to the driver. DAGObert’s high level of automation means only minimal manpower is required at the system’s management centre.
  • 26. The Global Galileo Innovation Platform
    GOAL
    • stimulate GNSS / Galileo / EGNOS applications worldwide
    WHO?
    • More than 20 Partner Regions & Countries
    • 27. 180 Judges from Industry & Research
    • 28. Industrial Partners
    • 29. Institutional Partners
    HOW?
    • prize pool of about EUR 1 Mio per year
    SUCCESS
    • 1,200 GNSS apps from developers worldwide since 2004
  • Prizes
    ESNC Prize Pool at 1 Million EUR
    ESNC Partners: GSA, Navteq, DLR, ESA, ITRI and the partner regions contribute to the prize pool
  • 30. Awards Ceremony on 19 October 2011
    Impressions 2010:
    The overall winner – the GALILEO Master – has been awarded along with the regional winners and the special topic winners in line with an official state reception with 450 international guests in the prestigious Munich Residenz.
  • 31. Contact
    Anwendungszentrum GmbH Oberpfaffenhofen
    We navigate your business to an emerging market
     
    Contact:
    Anwendungszentrum GmbH Oberpfaffenhofen
    Friedrichshafener Straße 1
    D-82205 Gilching
     
    Phone: +49(0)8105-77277-14
    Fax: +49(0)8105-77277-55
    Email: daniels@anwendungszentrum.de
    Internet: www.anwendungszentrum.de
    www.galileo-masters.eu